Scottish Francis, chef and former 'MasterChef' contestant, tells you the secret ingredient to his "world famous" doughnut.
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Do you wake up on the weekends craving fresh, hot doughnuts or just want to impress your friends at your next brunch party? Well, put away your mixing bowl and instant yeast, because we have a trick that will make frying doughnuts at home so much simpler.doughnuts without the agonizing overnight wait time — by using store-bought dough.
Yes, you can make delicious doughnuts using store-bought doughs. Just use virtually any yeast dough for “yeast doughnuts” and cake batter for “cake doughnuts.” The Daily Meal has rounded up the best store-bought doughs for making your quick and easy doughnut recipes a reality. Depending on your preferred doughnut style, select the canned or frozen dough for your recipe, heat your oil, and start frying!
Need a little guidance? We have the facts, from doughnut styles to techniques, to get you started making semi-homemade doughnuts at home.
Biscuit Dough: Doughnut Style
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Angela Carlos is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Find her on Twitter @angelaccarlos.