Chicken Donuts


IMAG1922Ok now… you can call it:  Stuffed Bun or Chicken Donuts or Stuffed Chicken Bun… whatever you choose… it’s basically same thing different version…

This recipe isn’t mine… but rather just sharing it ‘coz I really love it…

INGREDIENTS

For dough:

  • 1/4 kg All purpose flour or Maida or White flour
  • 1 teaspoon Yeast
  • 1 teaspoon Sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt Or as needed
  • 1/4 cup Milk (I used lukewarm milk) –OR— 1 table spoon milk powder
  • 4 tablespoon Oil
  • Lukewarm water as needed.

For filling:

  • 1/4 kg shredded chicken … (First boil it with ginger/garlic & salt)
  • 1 medium sized carrot (fine chopped)
  • 1 medium sized capsicum (fine chopped)
  • 1 medium sized spring onion (fine chopped)
  • 1 small cabbage (fine chopped Winking smile)
  • Vinegar, Soy Sauce, Chili sauce, Ketchup …  3-4 tablespoons each
  • Salt & black pepper to taste
  • 1 tablespoon white flour (this will be used in order to bind the mixture … although I didn’t use it and it all still turned out fine… so it’s up to you)

PROCEDURE:

  • For dough:

    Take white flour, add yeast, salt, & sugar… start making the dough by using milk and oil… then use water as needed in order to make the dough and keep it mild soft.  now cover it and let it rest for about an hour (if the weather’s hot else keep it for 2 hours… depending what the temperature is in room).

  • For filling:

    Now in a frying pan heat about 1tsp oil or let it be if it’s a non-stick pan… Fry all the above mentioned ingredients for filling… let it cool… (use white flour in the end if you feel you need to bind the mixture…)

  • Done waiting?  Well then start heating some oil for deep frying but keep it on low flame… (now this part depends on you… i.e. the amount of oil needed to deep fry depends on the size of your deep frying pan…)
  • Anyway… now grab the dough… roll it out… keep it thin but not too thin… just enough for it to hold the mixture…So our instructor rolled it out… used a round stencil and cut out the circles… then laid down one circle … poured mixture on it… kept the other circle on top and sealed it… However, in my case… I have as usually tried to add my own creativity and hence ended up giving it shapes and designs… Keep doing it till there is no dough left… & Let it rest for about 5-10 minutes…

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  • In a bowl whip an egg… Dip the “donut” or “stuffed bun” in it and now it’s time to deep fry them…
  • While you are deep frying… make sure the flame is low… if the donuts drown in oil, fine… if not.. then make sure you keep pouring hot oil on it so that the donut gets same heat from top & bottom too… in between do turn it upside down & downside up… Fry until it is light/golden brown and when you feel that it is not going to increase in size anymore… Open-mouthed smile Winking smile

Video for procedure:

Chicken Donut by hbk1612

Tadaaaaaaaaaaaaa… Time to serve amiga Open-mouthed smile

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Okay, so I know the shapes aren’t perfect and the top picture on this blog is when I made it for the second time… while the above one with sauce is my first attempt… and it went a little dark brown or I didn’t handle them with care when picking them up and dipping in egg and then putting them in deep fryer… So yes, here’s the tip… HANDLE WITH CARE!!

Anyhooooooooooooooooo………… Bon Appétit Open-mouthed smile

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