Milky Donuts: Ingredients & How To Make

So after seeing the whole milky donuts trend online, I decided to try it out with a recipe I had come up with. With Andrew’s and Sarah’s help, this was a very simple process.

In this article, I will be sharing with you, lovely readers, the key ingredients for making the milky donut and also how to make the milky doughnut.

Let’s go!

 

What are the Milky Donuts Ingredients?

Below are the milky cheese donut ingredients I use to make mine:

  • Butter (3 tablespoons)
  • Egg (1 large)
  • Block cheddar cheese cut into sticks (1/2 440-gram)
  • Powdered milk (1 Cup)
  • Powdered Sugar (1/2 Cup)
  • Oil for frying
  • Water (3/4 Cup)
  • Full-cream powdered milk (1/2 Cup)
  • Sugar (1/4 Cup)
  • Salt (1 teaspoon)
  • All-purpose flour (3 cups)
  • Flour for kneading (1/2 cup)
  • Instant dry yeast (1 tablespoon)

 

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How To Make Milky Donuts

Milky Donuts
Kneading the Dough
  • The first thing I did was whisk the yeast and flour together in a large bowl and make a hole in the middle; then I set this aside.
  • The next thing I did was combine water and the powdered milk in a 500-ml measuring jug (You can still use a saucepan if you wish)
  • I added the butter, sugar, and salt to the combined mixture. Before this, I stirred the mixture till the salt and sugar were completely dissolved and microwaved the butter for 30 seconds under high heat till it melted.
  • I let it cool until 120 to 130 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • I whisked the egg and mixed it with the milk mixture. I then poured this mixture into the hole I made in the flour and yeast mixture.
  • I used a silicone spatula to mix the dough until it was well mixed with dry spots.
  • I turned the dough onto my clean kitchen counter and began kneading the dough.
  • I told Andrew to help me knead the dough (for about 5 to 8 minutes) till it was no longer sticky and was moderately smooth.
  • I added the leftover flour and formed it into a bull while tucking the ends under.
  • Sarah wanted to help too, so I told her to oil a large bowl and place the kneaded dough in the bowl.
  • I covered the bowl with plastic wrap (you can use a towel as well) and set it aside in a warm area for an hour.

NB: You can heat it in an oven that has been set to its lowest temperature for about 5 minutes.

  • I took the bowl from the warm area, unwrapped it, and placed it on my clean kitchen counter again. Sarah helped with the rolling this time.
  • It was time to divide the dough, and I divided it into 45 grams per ball. I rolled each dough with my palm and placed them carefully on the kitchen counter.

NB: You should carefully place the unused dough under a kitchen towel to prevent it from drying out.

  • I used a rolling pin to flatten the dough ball to an oval shape so I could stick the cheese in the centre.
  • After sticking the cheese, I folded one side over the cheese and pinched the dough closed.
  • I did this with the rest of the dough and allowed it to sit for about 20 minutes.
  • Now it was time to make a coating for the milky doughnut, and Andrew was responsible for this task. He mixed the powdered milk and the icing sugar in a container, then set this aside.
  • Before doing this, I had already heated enough oil for this process. Now the oil is hot, and the milky doughnuts are placed in the hot oil.
  • Once one side was brown, he flipped the milky donuts to the other side to ensure every part of them was well-fried.
  • Both sides of the milky donuts had turned brown and were removed to be placed in the powdered milk mixture. Sarah was responsible for rolling it over until it was fully coated, and they both did a great job.

 

Where To Buy Kitchen Utensils For Making Milky Donuts

 

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Conclusion

Our milky donut recipe is one that you would want to try out with simple household kitchen utensils; this can be brought to life in your own home as well.

With Sarah and Andrew’s help, I was able to make the perfect milky donut, which I shared with everyone in the neighbourhood.

I had to share the recipe with you all so you could also try this taste of goodness. What do you think of my recipe? Do you want another? Let us know in the comments section below!

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