Hawaiian “Malasada” Donuts (Short) | Woo Can Cook - lanikai-beach.net

hello hi everyone! Wesley here. Today we’re diving back into our series dedicated to Hawaiian comfort food classics with a shot the Portuguese donut known as a “malasada,” found very commonly all throughout Hawaiian dessert cuisine. For those unfamiliar, a malasada is a milk and yeast based dough ball that is deepfried, then coated in sugar, and optionally filled with a custard, chocolate, haupia, or any number of fillings. The incorporation of leavening ingredients in our dough give the malasada an airy and texture to it (today, this will be achieved with and dry active yeast), thanks to the ample rise that these two ingredients contribute during our proof as well as our fry. Then for our version today, we’ll also be pairing this with a few tricks that come from bread baking by using a bit of bread flour and wheat flour to also simultaneously give our malasada a nice chewy bite to it as well. Hope you try it.

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