Bombolinis If you need something to get you through this Monday in disguise here s a quick recipe on how to make these Italian donuts at home What you need Refined flour 270g Castor Sugar 30g Milk 60ml Water 60ml Instant yeast 1 5tsp Unsalted butter 30g Egg 1 Vanilla Extract 5ml Method 1 Add the yeast to luke warm milk and water add a pinch of sugar and set aside 2 Once the yeast is activated add flour sugar egg butter and vanilla 3 Knead gently until you form a soft and elastic dough 4 Proof in a warm place for 2 hours or until it doubles in volume 5 Knock back the dough and divide into 35 45g balls 6 Proof until they double in volume 7 Fry in a heavy bottomed pan until both sides are golden 8 Coat the fried bombolini in cinnamon sugar Fill them with a lemon curd classic custard or just a whole lotta Nutella one bite is all you ll need Visit your nearest Foodhall to pick up the ingredients and if you d like to spend some more time in the kitchen visit foodhallcookerystudio com and sign up for one of their interactive cooking modules

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Bombolinis!

If you need something to get you through this Monday-in-disguise, here's a quick recipe on how to make these Italian donuts at home.

What you need:
Refined flour, 270g
Castor Sugar, 30g
Milk, 60ml
Water, 60ml
Instant yeast, 1.5tsp
Unsalted butter, 30g
Egg, 1
Vanilla Extract, 5ml

Method:
1. Add the yeast to luke warm milk and water, add a pinch of sugar and set aside
2. Once the yeast is activated, add flour, sugar, egg, butter and vanilla
3. Knead gently until you form a soft and elastic dough
4. Proof in a warm place for 2 hours or until it doubles in volume
5. Knock back the dough and divide into 35-45g balls
6. Proof until they double in volume
7. Fry in a heavy bottomed pan until both sides are golden
8. Coat the fried bombolini in cinnamon sugar

Fill them with a lemon curd, classic custard or just a whole lotta Nutella; one bite is all you'll need. Visit your nearest Foodhall to pick up the ingredients and if you'd like to spend some more time in the kitchen, visit foodhallcookerystudio.com and sign up for one of their interactive cooking modules.

Bombolinis! If you need something to get you through this Monday-in-disguise, here's a quick recipe on how to make these Italian donuts at home. What you need: Refined flour, 270g Castor Sugar, 30g Milk, 60ml Water, 60ml Instant yeast, 1.5tsp Unsalted butter, 30g Egg, 1 Vanilla Extract, 5ml Method: 1. Add the yeast to luke warm milk and water, add a pinch of sugar and set aside 2. Once the yeast is activated, add flour, sugar, egg, butter and vanilla 3. Knead gently until you form a soft and elastic dough 4. Proof in a warm place for 2 hours or until it doubles in volume 5. Knock back the dough and divide into 35-45g balls 6. Proof until they double in volume 7. Fry in a heavy bottomed pan until both sides are golden 8. Coat the fried bombolini in cinnamon sugar Fill them with a lemon curd, classic custard or just a whole lotta Nutella; one bite is all you'll need. Visit your nearest Foodhall to pick up the ingredients and if you'd like to spend some more time in the kitchen, visit foodhallcookerystudio.com and sign up for one of their interactive cooking modules.

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