Introduction: Cinnamon Fried Dough

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This treat is simple and delicious. It takes a little while, but it's worth the wait. In this instructable we will be showing you how to make Cinnamon Fried Dough, a deep fried snack smothered in cinnamon and sugar.

Step 1: Step 1 - Gather Your Ingredients

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The first thing you're going to need to do is get all your ingredients together. You'll need the following:

Dough Ingredients:
-3 cup flour
-2 tsp. yeast
-1tsp. sugar
-1 cup warm water (the yeast needs to be in warm water for it to activate)
-1/4 cup oil
-1/2 tsp. salt
Topping Ingredients:
-1/4 cup cinnamon
-1/4 cup sugar

Tools:
-Deep Frier (if you don't own one, you can use a large pot on the stove filled with oil, be sure to have a lid)
-Measuring Cups/Spoons
-Large mixing bowl
-Mixing Spoon
-Large paper bag

Step 2: Step 2- Making the Dough

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After you have everything you need, you'll start making the dough. In the large mixing bowl pour the 1 cup of warm water, and then add the 2 tsp. of yeast. Let the yeast dissolve into the water, do not mix. This should only take about a minute or two.

Step 3: Step 3- Making the Dough Cont.

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When the yeast has dissolved, add the 1 tsp. of sugar, 1/2 tsp. salt, and the 1/4 cup of oil and mix.  

Step 4: Step 4- Making the Dough Cont.

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Now you're going to gradually mix in the 3 cups of flour to your mixture. Mix in about half the flour, then slowly add the rest while mixing. If you need to you can add a little more water and oil to help. When the flour is mixed in, knead the dough for 5  minutes. When done, set the dough aside to rise for roughly 20 minutes.

Step 5: Step 5- the Topping

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While your dough is rising, you can make your topping. Take your 1/4 cup of cinnamon and 1/4 cup of sugar and pour them into a large paper bag. Close the bag and shake to mix the cinnamon and sugar together. Set the bag aside for later.

If you have a deep frier, now would be a good time to start heating it up. If you don't own a deep frier, you can fill a large pot with oil to deep fry in on the stovetop. Make sure you have a lid when doing this, because the oil may splash.

Step 6: Step 6- Deep Frying

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When the dough has risen (see picture above), you're ready to start deep frying. Spread flour onto the countertop and on your hands to keep the dough from sticking. Take your dough and roll it into 4-5 in. strands until it's all gone. Then deep fry until golden brown. Make sure your bag of cinnamon and sugar is close by.

Step 7: Step 6- Finishing Touches

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When they're ready to come out (golden brown), put the fried dough into the bag with the cinnamon sugar topping inside. Close the bag and shake to cover the fried dough in delicious cinnamon-sugar. You can also spread the cinnamon mix on a tray and cover the fried dough by rolling and scooping the mix on top of it.

The paper bag will keep the fried dough fresh for about a day. We suggest eating the fried dough right after making it, but if you want it for the next day put it in a paper bag. Using two bags is suggested because the oil on the fried dough could soak through the bag.


Enjoy!

Comments

romanyacik (author)2013-04-02

Delicious! Great recipe :)

3m1!0 (author)2013-02-25

Thanks !! i definitely try it !!

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2012-07-23

Mmmm, I love fried bread! Such a genius thing, isn't it, especially with cinnamon on it :)

Ticklez (author)Penolopy Bulnick2012-07-24

Its the best!

Dream Dragon (author)2012-07-24

Looks very tasty, is that something like doughnut dough?

Ticklez (author)Dream Dragon2012-07-24

Yeah or pizza dough

AussieAnglerGal (author)2012-07-22

haha, wow these are so similar to my "churro" recipe

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