Wednesday, August 25, 2010
This is a commonly found snacks peddled at roadside stalls every afternoon in Malaysia. The dough is very similar to doughnuts but it is not coated in sugar or chocolate. It is normally eaten hot and dipped in coffee.
400 gm flour
80 gm sugar
4 g dry yeast
40 gm vegetable oil
184 gm water
Oil for deep frying
Add the above into your bread maker and use your dough setting (50 minutes)
Tip dough onto floured surface and let dough rise for 15 minutes.
Shape dough lengthways and slice dough 1 cm wide.
Heat oil in pan (until temperature is 120C), drop dough slices and fry for 3 minutes or until dough floats to surface and golden brown in color.
Serve with hot coffee.
Posted by Norzaini at 7:36 PM