Listen, I start having doughnuts as soon as they start putting them out. Ya know, like 2 months before Chanuka, for some reason...
And jelly filled is my absolute fave! No chocolate or caramel filling for me, please.
I'm exactly the same way! If they weren't incredibly artery-clogging, I would object to their not being available all year round.
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Posted: Tue, Dec 23 2008, 4:13 pm Post subject:
lol speaking of turkey basters ... I actually got a turkey thing I believe it is a syringe that you juice up the inside of the meat ... it has a 3 inch needle - quite scary looking - but looked like a plan for the jelly & custard ... now first I need to find a recipe ... still thinking and searching ... _________________ don't wonder why people go crazy ... rather wonder why we don't
NUTso but cute ~ things balance out
I used a baby medicine syringe to inject custard in my donuts. It worked unbelievable. I hope to try with caramel before chanuka ends.
I made a milchig recipe with leben posted on this site and it was great. there is no reason to mess with yeast doughs and rolling it out and cutting. With this you just dropped in into oil by the spoonfull.
I bought a poultry flavor injector but we toivel plastic and I didn't get a chance to toivel it yet so I don't know it will work but I know what Green means about the scary needle at the end. I wonder if it will work as well as baby medicine syringe.
Posted: Tue, Dec 23 2008, 9:13 pm Post subject: Re: re: CHANUKKAH DOUGHNUT RECIPES????
I posted a recipe in the cakes, cookies and muffins section a couple of days ago.
I dont know if its THE milchige donuts youre talking about, but they are milchig and absolutely delicious!!!
If I rememer it was your recipe and it was fantastic. I found something similar in the Quick and Kosher cookbook and combined them a little but most of it was yours. They came out really good. We filled them with custard and coated with a chocolate glaze. Yummy!
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