A great doughnut with good flavor (I'm liberal with the spices). 375º is a little too hot, some ended up doughy in the center/over done. 350º is a little too cool, they start absorbing oil into the cakes, so be very mindful of your temperature! The temperature also affects your texture, if you want them cracked on the top, like they come from the store, you definitely need it a little cooler than 375º. The suggested cook time of 3 minutes is way over board! Raw fish (for making fish 'n' chips) cooks completely in 3 minutes. When making yeast doughnuts, I've got it timed down a minute and 30 seconds (60 on the first side, 30 on the second). I'd say under 2 minutes is probably the ideal to shoot for in your oil heat/fry time combination, any longer and you start absorbing oil, which isn't desirable.
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A great doughnut with good flavor (I'm liberal with the spices). 375º is a little too hot,...