Jn Chinese Long Donuts, dầu cháo quẩy, Youtiao, Fried Bread Sticks

For as long as I could remember, this was such a treat in the early morning when I was a child – Getting a crispy Chinese long donut to dip in a small bowl of condensed milk. It’s that slightly salty, warm fried bread stick dunked into thick, sweetened condensed milk that makes my stomach growl. (LOL) I’ve been tinkering with this recipe and what I learned on my recent trip to Thailand, allowed me to make this bread fluffy.  And oh, it is so good.  Check out the video below and see how simple it actually is to make.  Enjoy!


Jn Chinese Long Donuts, dầu cháo quẩy, Youtiao, Fried Breadsticks

List of Ingredients:
Yeast Solution:
¾ Cup Cold Water
¾ Cup of Boiling Hot Water
2 tsps of Active Yeast
3 Tbsps Sugar.

3 cups of All-purpose flour,
2 tsps salt
½ tsp Baking Powder
2 Tbsps of Vegetable oil

You can pre-make these and place in a Ziploc freezer  bag for later.  If you sealed them well, they can be stored up to 1 month. Just pop them in a toaster oven directly from the freezer to reheat.

If you try this recipe and enjoy the success, let me know!



One Comment Add yours

  1. Dennis Douda says:

    This looks so easy! Beautiful results!

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