Chatting with my mother the other day he told me that in the bakery in the neighborhood of his house in Murcia they had started selling a new candy, some small donuts with orange that are apparently addictive. It gave me envy and a great craving, so I rummaged through the recipes that I have saved to bake something similar and I ended up taking out these delicious White wine, oil and lemon donuts. They are great for coffee, sweet liquor or chocolate.
No doubt they could be made by replacing the citrus with orange, but I wanted to give it a more acidic touch and I think the lemon combines very well with the wine in sweets of this style. I could not help adding a touch of aniseed liquor to the dough, but it can be substituted directly with lemon juice or add some more wine to the preparation.Live to the Palate Baked orange rolls: childhood-flavored recipe
IngredientsFor 35 units
- Sugar 85 g
- 270 g pastry flour
- Get a pinch
- 1/2 teaspoon chemical yeast
- Olive oil 75 g
- 80 g white wine
- Sweet anise or lemon juice 15 ml
- Lemon zest 0.5
- Sugar to batter
How to make donuts of white wine, oil and lemonDifficulty: Easy
- Total time 50 m
- Elaboration 25 m
- 25 m cooking
- 30 m rest
Arrange the sugar with the flour, salt and yeast in a bowl, mixing with some rods. Add olive oil, white wine, anise or juice and lemon zest. Work the dough until you get a smooth and smooth texture. Cover with flim plastic and leave in the fridge for half an hour.
Preheat the oven to 175ºC and prepare a tray with sulfurized paper or a silicone sheet. Prepare a small bowl with a couple of tablespoons of sugar.
Take small portions of dough, about the size of a nut, and form balls with your hands. Stretch on a clean surface to form cylinders about 10-12 cm in length and join the ends. If the dough is very dry, paint with oil. Batter in the sugar and distribute on the tray. Bake for about 25 minutes, or until golden brown.
With what to accompany the donuts
As I said at the beginning, you are White wine, oil and lemon donuts They are ideal to take out at the table together with a glass of liquor, sweet wine, coffee or even hot chocolate. In an airtight container hold crispy and aromatic for several days.