Once the dough is mix well, it must be soft and sticky much like cookie dough. The dough here is very soft and sticky, almost like cookie dough. I suggest you roll the dough out on a generously floured piece of parchment paper. So it can be easily transferred to the refrigerator. And if at any time the dough becomes too soft to handle, just put it in the refrigerator for a few minutes. The apple cider we use here is reduced, concentrating the flavor, and the cinnamon sugar adds the perfect texture to the moist cake. The real secret of these delicious donuts is the combination of cake flour and buttermilk in the batter which produces a very moist and tender crumb. I can’t believe how easy baked donuts are to whip up. Mix your ingredients together, stick in a donut pan and cook. Just have these warm, cakey donuts covered in sweet, sticky sugar and fragrant cinnamon to start your weekend morning!
Next time, I would like to share with you another one of the best Cast iron skillet recipe. It is Skillet Fried Catfish for Weekends. Fried catfish is an icon of Southern cooking. For many, there simply isn’t any other way to prepare it. Arguments rage over whether it’s best deep-fried, battered, breaded with cornmeal, or even just simply dredged in flour. As for me my skillet fried catfish is a healthy debate. Fresh, fried fish will be cooked to perfection in just 15 minutes. Hope you will like it.