I woke up this morning craving donuts. But, not just any donuts.
The most amazing , crispy on the outside, soft and warm on the inside donuts. Donuts that will keep you going back for more…which , probably, isn’t a good thing.
My greatest memories of my childhood were of my time spent at my Grandmas house
My greatest meals were always at the same place, my grandmas. This recipe is one that my grandma used to make for me and I still enjoy to this day.
Using a can of cheap-o biscuits
take each biscuit and poke a hole in the center using your thumb. With a little twirl of your your hand , widen the hole.
Heat oil in a pan to 375 deg. and drop in “donuts”
Donuts should almost immediately come to the top of the oil. As they start to firm and puff up turn them over.
Fry until both sides are golden brown.
Remove from pan , drain on paper towels, drizzle sugar glaze over the top and enjoy!
50/50 mixture powdered sugar and water
oil for frying
Heat oil to 375 degrees F
Remove biscuits from container
Using your thumb puncture a hold in the center of each biscuit , gently pulling to create a large donut size hole
place donut shaped biscuits into hot oil , careful not to crowd the pan
After the top starts to firm and puff up , turn them over.
Allow both sides to turn a golden brown.
Remove cooked donuts from pan and set out on paper towels to blot away the excess grease
wisk together equal parts powdered sugar and water (1tbsp water 1 tbsp powdered sugar)
drizzle sugar over warm donuts
optional: After donuts have cooled sprinkle more powdered sugar over the top .