Fried Apple Cider Doughnut Recipe

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What is the best apple cider doughnuts recipe?

Here's how to make the best apple cider doughnuts at home. A step-by-step guide to making warm, cinnamon sugar-dusted apple cider doughnuts at home. Reduce the apple cider. Bring 2 1/2 cups apple cider to a boil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Boil until reduced to 1/3 cup and syrupy, about 10 minutes.

How long do apple cider doughnuts need to bake in the oven?

While you can bake apple cider donuts, their flavor and texture will be greatly improved by frying. If you want to use the oven, enlist the help of a doughnut pan to help retain their shape. Bake at 350° for about 15-18 minutes.

What type of apples are best for apple cider doughnuts?

All you need are two fresh apples (preferably an acidic variety, like Cortland or McIntosh, for doughnuts that are a little bit tart and not excessively sweet), apple cider from the grocery store, vegetable oil for frying, cinnamon and sugar for dusting, and a few kitchen staples – like flour, eggs and buttermilk – for creating the dough.

What ingredients are needed for apple cider doughnuts?

All you need are two fresh apples (preferably an acidic variety, like Cortland or McIntosh, for doughnuts that are a little bit tart and not excessively sweet), apple cider from the grocery store, vegetable oil for frying, cinnamon and sugar for dusting, and a few kitchen staples – like flour, eggs and buttermilk – for creating the dough.

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