Potato Doughnuts (Oven Baked)

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Introduction: Potato Doughnuts (Oven Baked)

About: Hi! I am Klinong, that is how my loving family calls me, except my brother, he calls me Krinyol, as I have silly curly hair :) I love Instructables for forever now, especially for the contests ha-ha!, but I …

A tad healthier than the fried ones :)

Step 1: Ingredients and Method

8 tbsp sugar (1/2 cup)

2 scants tbsp active dry yeast

1 1/4 cup hot milk

4 large potatoes, peel, boil, drain

3 heaping tbsp margarine/butter

4 - 4 1/2 cups flour

2 beaten eggs

a dash of salt

Mash hot potatoes along with sugar, salt, egg, and hot milk, stir until lukewarm then add in yeast, stir well.

Add in flour a little at a time, then knead dough well, cover with slightly damp towel, set aside for half hour or until size doubled. Punch down dough, let rise again.

Punch down dough, roll on a generously floured surface, cut with doughnut cutter, place on baking sheet, cover with the towel again, let rise, and bake at 350 F for 15 minutes or until slightly golden brown.

Spread margarine/butter, sprinkle with chocolate rice (I used Ritz brand, it's made of real chocolate instead regular sprinkles which usually made of royal icing) OR glaze with your favorite flavor.

NOTE

Here I used cocopandan flavoring (the pink glazed doughnut) - can be purchased at Asian store or online, plain icing sugar glaze (the white glazed doughnut), and Amarula Cream Liquor (the white glazed doughnut with chocolate sprinkles on them).

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12 Discussions

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Frang
Frang

5 years ago on Introduction

How many doughnuts do you typically get from a batch?

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Coolloom
Coolloom

5 years ago

Do they taste like potatoes

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klinong
klinong

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

Not at all. The fried potato doughnuts do though, imo, but not the baked ones!

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slcookie
slcookie

5 years ago on Introduction

I haven't tried the baked ones yet, but I hope they're as good as the fried ones we made while pastoring a church in Campo, Colorado in the early 70's.

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klinong
klinong

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

TBH nothing beats fried dough, but of course they are not that healthy :-/ and seriously, who eats only 1-2 fried doughnuts hahah I could go the whole box myself! Yep am a pig. So yeah, the baked ones would make me less guilty even for a dozen of it lol

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Igioteno
Igioteno

5 years ago

I tried it and they tasted better than the fried ones. I didn't even taste potatoes! Thanks. Voted! :)

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JessicaMills
JessicaMills

5 years ago on Introduction

Potato doughnuts, right? They look amaaazing and I bet they will pair quite well with a cup of hot, hot cocoa. Making these this Saturday, and no excuses.

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klinong
klinong

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

did you get to try it last saturday? share me the picture :)

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satoko68
satoko68

5 years ago

Doughs made with potatoes are incredibly soft & fluffy, so tender....my favourite! Potatoes alone are bland, so very easy to add to recipes & never know they're there. My grandmother used to make pyrahi & varenyiki with potatoes in the dough, which were my favorite. Sooo....I'll definitely be trying this recipe very soon :-) I'll have to improvise however, as I don't own a doughnut cutter, but that should be easy enough!

Terima kasih untuk resep ini :-)

These look delicious! They look a lot fluffier than most doughnuts I've seen that are oven baked.