Apple Cider Donuts Research Paper

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Apple Cider Donuts Homemade apple cider donuts Apple cider donuts live up to the hype! Ever since I graduated from high school, I stopped knowing what was cool. NOT that I was AT ALL cool in high school. In fact, one year as a joke, some kid stole a stack of prom court ballots and entered me and kid A (pictured below)...just to freckle (or should I say zit) the popular kids with some nerd representation. Math club circa 1997ish...nerd A and nerd B (yes, that's me) hijack prom court through fraudulent voting If it's possible, I became even less cool when I went to college and stopped keeping up with pop culture just to keep my head above water in my engineering classes (which I barely did). And after college, I still haven't caught up…show more content…
Mix until just combined. Scrape the dough out of the mixer bowl directly onto plastic wrap. Wrap it up tightly and refrigerate for 20 minutes. Once your dough is chilled, you can roll it out and start cutting some donuts! Roll to 1/2" thick and go to town with a 3" round cutter and 3/4" hole cutter out of your Round Cutter Set. Place each donut on a floured cookie sheet but don't wait too long to fry. As the butter in the dough comes to room temperature, the donuts will get sticky and soft and they'll be harder to get into the oil without bollocksing the shape. Lug out your big stock pot and fill it 2” deep with canola oil, turn the heat on to medium, stick in a thermometer and wait for the oil to heat up to 350° F. Unload your dishwasher or do some other multi-tasking that keeps you in the kitchen so you can check the oil temperature frequently. Once your oil reaches 350° F, it's fry time! Using a metal spatula, lower each donut into the hot oil. The donuts will sink to the bottom at first, then pop up to the top. Cook them for 60 seconds then flip and cook the other side for 60 seconds or until the donuts are golden brown and then transfer to a wire
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