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How To Fry The Perfect Homemade Donuts

This is a guide that I’ve been wanting to post for a while but I never actually got round to it. I finally took all the pictures I need, wanted to show you some of the steps that I think are important, then when it was time to write up the post those pictures just disappeared! That just got me annoyed so I postponed this post but alas it is time to share my donut making knowledge 😉 pics or no pics 😂😂

I’m going to try my best to explain everything clearly  because making donuts can be so fun, especially glazing and decorating them! 🙂

Let’s begin, here are a few of my favourite tricks:

I really hope I haven’t made this post too long but I really want everyone to have the best possible outcome when frying donuts.

See it took me a while to get my technique right! When I first started making donuts, I couldn’t for the life of me figure out how to make them come out good. They were always too oily or soggy, wonky or burned, flat, crispy, you name it! Any problem that can happen with donuts happened to me and I did soo much research to figure out how to prevent all these issues.

Of course most all of what I learned came from trial and error 🙂

So to sum up, rise your donuts on a floured surface, oil should be hot, dry on kitchen towels super important, glaze warm and cool on wire rack 😉

Hope you guys have a blast the next time you find yourself making donuts and remember, eat one for me 🙂

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