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Alton Brown’s Easy Hack For Flaky, Layered Donuts | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

So long, cronuts. Donuts have long been a medium for creative and innovative hybrids, with bakery Dominique Ansel jumpstarting the cronut trend. Brown’s suggestion, however, is adding another twist to the mix.

In a Facebook tutorial, Brown outlines the steps for making bonuts, which he describes as a “donut made out of biscuits.” To make a bonut yourself, start with a biscuit recipe rather than a donut one. Brown follows the same biscuit dough-making steps as he would for making actual biscuits. Yet rather than bake his bonuts in the oven, he opts for the donut-making approach, also known as deep frying.

Brown fries the biscuit dough in peanut oil at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, cooking the donuts for one to two minutes on each side. After draining the dough, he lets his biscuit-donuts cool, before coating them in a vanilla glaze made of vanilla, whole milk, and powdered sugar. These bonuts work so well because donut dough is usually batter-like, says Brown. Biscuit dough, however, is layered, resulting in a donut with increased flakiness. 

With Brown’s recipe, you’ll get the sweet and fried taste of a donut with the flaky consistency of a biscuit. 


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