This Chinese doughnut recipe lets you have Chinese style doughnut that creates an amazing melt in your mouth feel and make you yearn for more.
Doughnuts have become quite popular in various cuisines. These Chinese doughnuts are delicious pieces of dough that are deep fried and tossed with powdered sugar. You can also make it with sesame if you want the authentic Chinese variation.
Using sesames for doughnuts might make you feel foreign, but that's exactly why it's Chinese doughnuts, not the doughnuts you're familiar with. Sesame seeds are nutritious and have a wonderful crispy taste.
As I mentioned in sesame chicken recipe, it's amazing how much good stuff you can find in these tiny seeds. They contain plenty of magnesium, an essential mineral that is very important yet under appreciated by us. If you want to know more about it, here is the information:
Sesame seeds also are rich in iron, copper, manganese, calcium, vitamin B1 (thiamine) and vitamin E (tocopherol). They also contain lignans, which are phytoestrogens with antioxidant and anti-cancer properties. They are the unique content of sesamin that sesame has.
Bye the way, do you know why Chinese like to use sesame oil? One reason is its taste, of course. Sesame oil has the highest antioxidant content among edible plant oils and contains phytosterols associated with lowering cholesterol levels.
Ancient Babylonian women liked to eat a mixture of honey and sesame seeds called halva to prolong their beauty and youth, and men for strength and energy. (If you want a drink that helps you stay young and healthy today, Green tea is a good choice because it contains great antioxidants.)
Here is the Chinese doughnut recipe.
When the oil reaches 375 degree Farenheit, use an ice cream scooper to slowly add about 7 to 10 scoops of dough to the oil. Don't put too many in. The doughnuts will double their size in the oil.
Cook doughnuts until they become golden brown. Remove and drain on the rack. Then toss them in the prepared sugar bowl or sugar bag.
Repeat until you've finished all the dough.
If you like to use seasame seeds, toss fried doughtnuts in a bowl that contains toasted seasame seeds. You can also mix some sugar with seasame seeds to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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