Few things are better in life than a warm fresh doughnut, but deep frying at home is no secret. Save the mess by breaking out the air dough mixer for the doughnut holes in these cake glazed. If you want doughnuts without jeopardizing your guilt, these yeast rings provide the same goodness, sweet, tender, and crackly glassed sugar through your air fryer. Thank you. Doughnuts are deep-frying adds a great deal of fat and oils. However, air-freezing doughnut holes cut down your amount of oil but still produce a deliciously crunchy crust. For the highest texture and flavor, serve these warm non-yeast doughnut holes.
1 1/4 c all-purpose flour about 5 3/8 ounce, plus more for working surface
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon table salt
4 tbsp cold salted butter, cut into small pieces
1/3 cup whole milk Cooking spray
1 cup powdered sugar (about 8 oz.)
3 tablespoons water
1. Stir in the flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt in a medium bowl. Add butter, cut into flour with 2 knives or pastries to combine butter well, and make it look like coarse cornmeal. Stir in milk until the dough can be formed like a ball. Put dough on a floured surface and knead for about 30 seconds, until the dough is smooth and unified. Take 14 equal balls of dough. Roll every ball gently into smooth balls.
2. Coat the base of the air fryer with the cooking spray thoroughly. In the air fryer basket place 7 dough balls, put some spaced between the balls to prevent touching evenly. Spray the cooking spray into the dough balls. Cook for about 10 minutes at 350 ° F until brown and bubble. Transfer it to the wire rack to cool
3. In a medium saucepan, smoothly whisk powdered sugar and water. Put the cooked dough balls in glaze, one by one; roll to coat. Put on a wire or baking dish with paper parchment to dry.
4. Continue the instructions with the remaining dough and glaze.
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