As Promised Nikki Pearson from Australia her carrot cake
Thank you sooooo much for sending the recipe it was so appreciated.
I made the cake today and whilst I forgot to take a picture of it before it was cut here is what was left after round 1 :-) so much to say that everyone loved it. The topping was butter cream rather than cream cheese (at the request of the birthday boy) but that didn't deflect any from the cake.
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MAKES APPROXIMATELY 40
1½ teaspoons easy bake yeast
4 tablespoons warm water
350ml warm milk
80g caster sugar
½ teaspoon salt
60g softened unsalted butter
660g strong white bread flour
180g chocolate buttons
2 litres vegetable oil
30g caster sugar
Mix yeast with warm water and leave to stand until foamy (this takes approximately 5 minutes)
Place in your mixer fitted with the dough hook
Add the rest of the ingredients except the chocolate and mix on high for approximately 8 minutes, until the ingredients form a smooth soft dough
Place the dough in a greased bowl and cover
Leave in a warm place for approximately 30 minutes
On a well floured board knead for approximately 2 minutes until the dough doesn’t feel sticky
Cut 20/30g of dough and with well floured hands roll into a ball
Press flat and place 2 chocolate buttons in the center then pull over the sides and re-roll
Cover and leave for approximately 60 minutes
In a large saucepan heat oil and fry batches of doughnuts until golden
Remove with slotted spoon and place on kitchen paper to remove any excess grease
Roll in caster sugar
So amazing, so scrumptious it will be Chanukah every week in your house – just so you can make these.
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