This recipe made good doughnuts, although they were not great. I made some changes. First I cut the servings to 20, and this made plenty for my family of four. Next I doubled the cinnamon. When the dough was formed, I rolled it out onto a slightly floured cutting board. I rolled the dough very thin, and then cut out little circle shapes. The thin doughnut ensured that they cooked all the way through. Immediately after frying, I dropped the doughnuts in a paper bag with a sugar cinnamon mixture, and shook them up. Then I served them to the kids. They loved them when they were warm and ate them up.
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This recipe made good doughnuts, although they were not great. I made some changes. First I...