Recipes Raspberry Jam Doughnuts 8 months ago 1 Comment Facebook Prev Article Next Article Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts New Recipe: The Queen’s favourite lemon drizzle cake recipe revealed admin March 25, 2021 New Recipe: Top baker spills his secret recipe for the PERFECT chocolate mudcake admin January 28, 2022 New Recipe: Magnolia Bakery shares recipe for deep fried version of famous banana pudding admin April 1, 2021 New Recipe: Mother’s Day recipe: Chilled green gazpacho burrata with blackened shrimp admin April 19, 2021 New Recipe: Yes, you can cook ice cream in an air fryer. And it’s delicious admin March 12, 2022 New Recipe: Hometown Focus Recipes | Hometown Focus admin March 5, 2021 About The Author More from this Author One Response mienczaczek November 7, 2021 Have you ever tried to prepare your own doughnuts? They are much better than the ones you buy from the shop, especially if you fill them up with your own jam 🙂 My recipe is simple and easy to follow, enjoy making this delicious treat! ​ **Ingredients for 10-12 Doughnuts:** 300g (10.6oz) of sieved plain flour (plus a little more for dusting) 1 large egg 50g (1.7oz) of melted butter 35g (1.2oz) of caster sugar (1/2tsp) 1/4tsp of salt 1tbsp of 40% alcohol or stronger (makes them more crunchy but you can skip if you like) 125ml of lukewarm milk 10g (0.35oz) of fresh yeast or 5g (0.17oz) of dry yeast 1L of vegetable oil for frying small jar of raspberry jam for stuffing icing sugar for dusting ​ **Instructions:** 1.Combine yeast with lukewarm milk and leave to activate for around 10 minutes. 2.Mix all the remaining ingredients with yeast and milk mixture adding melted butter at the end. Work the dough for a few minutes until smooth in touch (the dough will be sticky to start with, do not add any more flour) you can use a stand mixer with a hook attachment for this. 3.Shape the dough to a ball and rest in the metal bowl covered with cloth in a warm place until doubles in size (around 1,5h) If the ambient room temperature is low, warm up the bowl with hot water as this will help to speed up the process. 4.Remove the dough from a bowl and work with your hand for a couple of minutes to knock back the air. 5.Divide the dough into 10 or 12 balls and allow to prove for the second time for 25 minutes covered with a cloth. 6.Once the doughnuts are almost ready to be fried, preheat the oil to 175C (350F). 7.Fry doughnuts on each side until nicely browned and stuff with jam while warm by using a piping bag and noozle. 8.Dust with icing sugar ready to be served. Blog Post: [https://www.insightflavour.com/post/jam-doughnuts](https://www.insightflavour.com/post/jam-doughnuts) Reply Add Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.