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Ever Wondered How does Those chocolate Donuts Tastes Just Awesome? Ask Gordon Ramsay.
In This video, Gordon Ramsay Will Teach You How To Make Chocolate Donuts.
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I know deep-fried doughnuts don’t strictly count as baking, but I’ve included them
here because they start with a dough, and they taste too good to leave out,
especially made with a chocolate ganache filling instead of the usual jam. You’ll
need fresh yeast for this recipe, which you can buy from the bread section of most
50g caster sugar, plus 2–3 heaped tbsp for dusting
150ml whole milk
15g fresh yeast
50g unsalted butter
320g plain flour, plus extra for dusting
Pinch of sea salt
2 egg yolks
Vegetable oil, for deep-frying
2–3 heaped tbsp malt powder, e.g. Ovaltine for dusting
FOR THE FILLING
250ml double cream
2–4 tbsp runny honey, to taste
250g dark chocolate, chopped
60g unsalted cold butter, cubed
1. Heat the sugar and milk in a pan for about 5 minutes until the milk is warm and the
sugar has dissolved. Crumble the yeast into a bowl, pour in half the warm milk, then mix
and leave to one side. Place the remaining milk back on the heat and add the butter. Heat
gently for about 3 minutes (be careful not to let the milk boil).
2. Sift the flour and salt into a large bowl and make a well in the center. Add the egg
yolks, yeasted milk, and the hot milk. Mix together, drawing in the surrounding flour to
make a dough.
3. Tip the dough onto a floured work surface and knead with floured hands for a few
minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic. Dust with a little extra plain flour if the mix
is too sticky. Place in a clean bowl dusted with flour. Cover with cling film to stop the
dough forming a skin on top and leave to rise in a warm place for 1–1½ hours until
doubled in size.
4. Meanwhile, make the filling. Put the cream in a pan and mix in the honey to taste. Put
the chocolate and butter into a bowl. When the cream is almost boiling, pour it over the
chocolate mixture and stir until well mixed, smooth and glossy.
5. When the dough has risen, knock it back by giving it a thump and knead lightly on a
floured work surface. Roll out the dough with a floured rolling pin to a thickness of about
2cm and shape it into a rectangle. Using a sharp knife, cut the dough into 12 rectangular
pillows, then place on a baking sheet lined with baking paper and leave to rise again for
30–40 minutes until doubled in size. (This will make the doughnuts light and fluffy once
6. Combine the remaining sugar with the malt powder in a bowl and set aside. Put the oil
in a deep-fat fryer and heat in a bowl to 170°C, or fill a large saucepan one-third full with
the vegetable oil and heat until a cube of bread dropped in it sizzles and turns golden
brown in 30 seconds. Fry the doughnuts, in batches, for 3–4 minutes until evenly golden
brown and cooked through. (You will need to moderate the heat between batches
according to whether the doughnuts brown too quickly or too slowly.) Using a slotted
spoon, remove the doughnuts from the hot oil and roll in the malt sugar to coat.
7. To fill the doughnuts, spoon the warm chocolate filling into a piping bag fitted with a
small plain nozzle. Make sure you pipe the chocolate filling while it’s still warm. If it cools
down too much, it will set and be difficult to work with. Insert the nozzle into the
doughnut and gently squeeze in the filling. Serve straight away.
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Almost Anything Team.
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