Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Lazy Girl's Little Munchies


Ever since I joined my current company, time is never on my side. I have been travelling extensively and left not much of quality time in my kitchen.

If you are following, my posts have been reduced significantly since June. Less time at my kitchen but more time experiencing life in foreign city. The above is latest visit to Shanghai, China. Such vibrant city with lot's of energy. I took the photo from my hotel room.. pretty yeah?


Okay back to my recipe. This again is a recipe provided by my baking pal, G. She has been craving for something sweet and easy with minimum ingredient... the lazy girl's recipe :)


We had fun cutting the dough with a glass. Very therapeutic indeed after a hectic day. Yeah.. that's G in action!


All ready to be shallow fry. We used peanut cooking oil and frying on medium high heat.



Makes 12 small munchies
Recipe can be doubled

Ingredients:
2.5 cups flour
1/2 cup warm water
1/2 tbsp superfine sugar
1/2 tbsp active dry yeast
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup cooking oil

Method:
1) Add yeast and sugar into warm water and set aside for 30 minutes
2) In a large bowl add oil, sugar and vanilla. Mix well with wooden spoon.
3) Add in the yeast mixture. Combine well with hand. Add flour or water if required to make it into a nice dough. Let it stand for 1 hour covered with a wet clean kitchen towel.
4) Roll dough with pin until it's about 1cm thick.
5) Cut dough with a small glass and leave it for another 10-15 minutes.

Shallow fry on medium high heat until both sides are golden brown. Dust with icing sugar when completely cool.

Great with a cuppa!

23 comments:

  1. Thats one yummy and simple munchie

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  2. Ooh, easy and yummy looking munchies!

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  3. Wowww... looks absolutely good and tempting.. Truly delicious :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  4. I hope things slow down for you, but it would have been a shame to miss Singapore. Your puffs look delicious. I hope you have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  5. oo.. chinese donuts! Will definitely have to make some for myself, i'm a big fan.

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  6. I like homemade recipes, quick and stunning like yours, warm hugs.

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  7. Look absolutely nice!! gloria

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  8. I could eat way too many of those tasty treats.

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  9. The very look of those wonderful munchies is making me hungry :)
    USMasala

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  10. My, wish I could grab some over the screen! Looks delightful!

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  11. It not only looks fun but LOOKS incredibly delicious. The name little munchies made me laugh too! I love it! So simple and perfect for when you have little time in the kitchen

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  12. these look fabulous, simple and delicious, the first pic is so cool :)

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  13. These munchies recipe is so simple and easy. Great to serve as finger food for parties.

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  14. *chuckle* being lazy myself, I love finding lazy recipes! thanks, FGF!!

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  15. Now I know what to make for my son when he asks for dessert after dinner. This munchies would go well with ice-cream and fruit.

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  16. I love the munchies, I know what you mean by laziness. Thanks for sharing this simple recipe.

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  17. What a wonderful, simple recipe, but they look so good, especially with the dusting of icing sugar. Love that first pic - wow!

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  18. Wow! That is a gorgeous view! Your munchies sound yummy :)

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  19. Going around the world.. :) enjoy... its so much fun to meet new people and make new friends.. And these crisply fried snack is amazing.. looks so inviting..

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  20. These sound and look very yummy. I think I could eat alot of these;)

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  21. These sound and look very yummy. I think I could eat alot of these;)

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