Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Donat dan roti kentang (potato doughnut and bread)

Whoaa...I haven't post this entry yet. What a shame, it should be around June or July, before  the pumpkin donut entry. Because the pumpkin donut is a variation of this recipe. I realized about this late entry when my children wanted to make this potato donut again and search the recipe here.
'Mom, where is the donut recipe?' Rachel, my oldest daughter asked me
'There, under the donut label' I answered
'No mom, there are only pumpkin, tape, and ubi ungu...I mean the potato donut'
'Let me check, I am sure I already write it long long time ago'
And it's was not here. I then checked all the entry and found it, still in a draft...oh my!
So, I posted this entry today... the Wied Harry's potato donut recipe. I doubled the recipe but fried half of it for the donut and bake another half for bread ^^

250 gr bread flour
1 tbs sugar
1 tbs (1/2 sachet) instant yeast
250 gr potato, steamed and mashed
1 egg
3 tbs (50 ml) oil
about 50 gr extra flour (use as needed)
1000 ml oil for frying

  • Place egg, mashed potato, sugar, salt, oil, milk powder and flour into the bread bucket of breadmachine. Make a well on the flour. Put the yeast in the well. Select the dough menu and press start. Watch the dough, add some extra flour if it is too wet. Leave and wait until the machine beeps.
  • Remove the dough to a floured table top. Punch the dough. 
  • For donut: Roll out the dough about 1 cm thick. Use a donut cutter to cut it into ring shape. Place them on a floured baking sheet. Cover and let them rise for 3 - 5 minutes. Fry them on a low heat until golden brown.
  • For bread: Cut and divide the dough 35 gr each. Take 1 piece of dough, roll it into a ball shape. Flatten it. Put some grated cheese or chocolate rice in the centre.  Roll it up around the filling. Pinch around to shut the seam and round the dough. Place them on the greased baking sheet. cover and let them rise until double in size. Brush with egg yolk and sprinkle with grated cheese or chocolate rise. Bake in the preheated oven until done.

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