pondan.com – Donut lovers, making donut may not be as simple as it looks. Have you ever failed when kneading the dough and it turned tough? Indeed, kneading this donut dough is not easy, Moms. A smooth dough is characterized by a smooth texture and does not break easily. So, why doesn’t donut dough turn smooth? Well, pay attention and avoid some of these mistakes, Moms so that the donut dough made can always be smooth.
Moms, kneading dough for too long will actually make it stickier, because the yeast that should be the developer doesn’t work due to frequent pressure by hands. But, don’t worry, Moms can still use the dough, really. The way to keep it from sticking is to add flour.
Too Much or Too Less
Pouring Water at Once
Moms, to get a smooth dough, when pouring water, you have to do it little by little. Do not all at once, because it can make the dough mushy.
Incorrect Way of Kneading
Well, the key to kneading donut dough is by washing clothes and getting punched, why? The dough that is kneaded by pulling like you’re washing clothes, then ‘punched’ will be easier to knead.
In order for the yeast in the dough to work, you must let the dough that has been kneaded in a container, then cover it with plastic or cloth. The purpose of this dough is allowed to rise so that later when it is fried it is not tough.
What a Smooth Donut Dough Looks Like
Moms, the dough that is smooth is usually smooth and doesn’t break easily. When pulled, the dough is firmer, not hard. Moms can test by forming the dough into a round like a ball. Then prick with your finger. If the dough returns to its original state, it means that the dough is already smooth.
Tips for Kneading Donut Dough