Home-Made Doughnuts by Travis Evans
June 27, 2008, 2:13 pm
Filed under: Man Cookin'


* Can of biscuits (more cans = more doughnuts)


Heat oil in a fryer (or in something else that is deep). Open the can of biscuits. Take a 20 oz. soda bottle lid and cut holes in the biscuits. Place the doughnuts and holes into the hot oil. Flip them when one side is golden brown. When the other side is golden brown, remove them from the oil (real men will use their fingers here). Let them cool. Cover them with powdered sugar, chocolate frosting, peanut butter, other cake frostings or whatever you want; heck, eat ’em plain! I don’t care.

(NOTE: If you cover the doughnut holes in powdered sugar, you have just made Chinese Doughnuts. Sorry to ruin the secret.)


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