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  • BAKE: 30m
  • SERVES: 16


Premium White Bread Mix 500g
  • Premium White Bread Mix 500g
  • Wrights Premium White Bread Mix 500g
  • Butter or Margarine 50g
  • Caster Sugar 50g
  • Milk Powder 25g
  • Egg 1 medium
  • Warm Water 260ml
  • FILLING: As required. This base dough can be used for a selection of doughnuts, either cream, jam, apple, custard etc. dependent upon preference.



METHOD (Makes 16)

  1. Using the ingredients indicated, make up a well developed dough.
  2. Divide into 16 equal pieces and mould into balls. Rest the dough for 10 minutes.
  3. Remould into desired shape. Balls for jam and apple doughnuts, fingers for cream and custard doughnuts.
  4. Place on a liberally oiled baking sheet, cover with a clean damp tea towel; lightly oiled plastic or polythene and prove in a warm place for 30-40 minutes or until doubled in size.
  5. Remove the cover before frying. Fry each doughnut in oil preheated to 180 – 190°C for 1 – 1½ minutes on each side or until golden brown.
  6. Remove from the oil and place on a wire tray and allow to cool.
  7. Finish as per our tip, dependent on choice.

“I was about to say what excellent service I got with my flour order, which by the way I received today, I have one baking as I write ! I was debating whether to put bread mixes on my shopping list when it arrived. I must admit I never checked the delivery time when I ordered knowing it would be up to your usual standard, but I was must admit I was surprised at how quick it did come. I should have done this months ago, I did mention I was thinking about it when I last e.mailed you about a query I had with my bread machine , which you answered, and which worked out for me, many thanks. I have just tried a malty bread mix for the first time which tastes gorgeous. My brother in law was visiting from Nottingham last week just as I had brought it out of the machine, he was very impressed and said he had a machine which they never used !!! so I sent him home with a couple of your mixes and strict instructions to get it out and try again, he promised he would as he has now retired from work he seemed quite fired up to give it another try. Anyway thanks again for your very good service. ”

Amanda Kirman

Deb's Tips

Jam Doughnuts – inject jam into the doughnut using a piping tube. Roll in caster sugar. Apple Doughnuts – using a small cutter remove a portion of the doughnut and fill with apple pie filling. Dredge with icing sugar. Cream Doughnuts – split lengthways and pipe in cream. Dredge in icing sugar and finish with a strip of jam on the cream. Custard Doughnuts – make up a thick custard, allow to cool and pipe into the doughnut that has been split lengthways. Dust with icing sugar.

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