Saturday, September 26, 2015

Chinese Fried Donuts

I am sharing the secret recipe of the Chinese donuts dessert that you order at the Chinese restaurants.  This is so simple to make, so delicious to eat and loved by many.  It is hard to stop at just one!

Homemade version is so much healthier and cheaper.  You get to use your own trans fat free oil and 100% pure cane sugar instead of the GMO granulated beet sugar.  Furthermore, you can save this clean oil to reuse for your next batch of fried donuts as well.

Wait no further, continue to the next page for the recipe!  Enjoy!


1 small canned of Homestyle biscuits.  (it comes in 10 small pieces)  {I bought mine at King Soopers, store brand for 50 cent each}

100% cane sugar for coating

Peanut oil for deep-frying  (you can use any oil you prefer)


1.  In a small saucepan, fill it with oil and heat it on high.  When hot, turn the heat to low.

2.  Open the can and drop the biscuit in 3 at a times (how many depends on how big the saucepan that you used).  Flip over several times for even color and deep-fry until golden brown and inflated.

3.  In a big bowl, put in some cane sugar.  Add in the warm fried donuts and quickly coat them with the sugar.  Dish out on a plate.

4.  Finish the rest of the donuts.  My girls helped me to coat the sugar and place it on the plate while I finished deep-frying the donuts.  

5.  This donuts are best eaten warm.  Enjoy!


tigerfish said...

Wow, so good to have homemade version of fried Chinese donuts :)

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omlet said...

hmmm….an interesting recipe – i’ve got to try this one!