I am a big kitchen gadgets buyer – among the things that I buy quite often are trays. I guess this shows its face especially when I buy special trays – like the ones for macarons (which by the way, I used only once and decided that they are useless) or for madeleines (this one is quite good, unfortunately, I do not know its current location after the last time I moved).
The doughnut baking tray I bought a couple of months ago thinking that I will start making only baked doughnuts instead of the fried ones … as if I was making doughnuts every other day.
In terms of the result I can say that they are good – something in between a muffin and a fried doughnut. I will definitely repeat it, especially if I am not in the mood of making the classic doughnuts.
Enjoy it with a smile! 🙂
- YIELD: 12
- 180 g (6.3 oz) flour
- 100 g (3.5 oz) sugar
- 1 1/4 tsp baking pulver
- 125 ml (1/2 cups) milk
- 1 egg
- 25 g (0.8 oz) melted butter
- powdered sugar (for topping – optional)
- melted chocolate (for topping – optional)
- baking tray for doughnuts
Mix together the dry ingredients. Add the milk, egg and melted butter. Mix together until mixture is smooth.
Grease the doughnuts baking tray with a thin layer of butter. Using either a piping bag or a spoon, fill the doughnuts holes half of their height.
Bake at 220°C (428°F) for 5-7 minutes until they begin to take on some color.
Take them out from the baking tray and leave them to cool on a rack at room temperature.
Decorate them either with powdered sugar or drizzle some melted chocolate on top.