Monday, January 4, 2010

Sweet Sweet Ring 甜甜圈

"Sweet Sweet Ring" is actually a direct translation from Mandarin, this is similar to Doughnut and very common and easily found in wet market/supermarket here !! Due to the high demand (my kids keep requesting for it) , in order to fulfill the demand, I have been searching around for a good recipe and a donut cutter (I only use it once for Yam ring with assorted vegetables) . Finally I found a really good recipe and here was my supply of "sweet sweet ring" :-



Recipe adapted from FoodHouse8, if you know Mandarin, this video is self explanatory, otherwise check below recipe:-
Sweet Sweet Round ( Doughnut )

Makes about 12pcs !
High Protein Flour 412g
Water 247ml
Instant dry yeast 10g (about 2tsp)

High Protein Flour 103g
Egg 41g (about 1-2 eggs)
Sugar 62g
Salt 10g
Milk powder 15g
Butter 62g
Water 26g

1. Mix (A) ingredients and knead till smooth dough, set aside and rest for 1hour or double in size.
2. Mix (B) ingredients with dough (A), knead till elastic.
3. Weight dough 60g each and shape it into a ball, set aside and rest for 10mins.
4. Made a hole in the middle of the dough, and shape it like a donut shape (don’t need to use donut cutter, also you can check out the video to have better understanding).
5. Fry in hot oil until golden brown, once done, immediately coat with sugar.

Try this out, this is really good, soft and sweet. Next time I can use the same recipe to do the similar donut like those selling in Big Apple Donuts & coffee with difference flavours.

Do enjoy Baking !!


  1. I think you will make them again soon due to the demand again because it must be very delicious !

    Whose hand is that ?

  2. Bakeling, my son Lucas..even my high expectation husband also gave compliment to this donut.

  3. Your is very nice...

    I ever made once very long time ago, but very ugly...

  4. the donuts really look delicious...i like donuts alot...let me hv some for breakfast now, hehe!

  5. Same here - forever high demand for these in my home. :) I must try these. I don't know why people eat Krispy Kreme when there are sweet sweet rings!

  6. Awesome... scrumptious..I should try this soon for the donut lovers in the family..:-)

  7. Love these Malaysian doughnuts :) Yours look really good! Fluffy and light!

  8. I would love some too!!! These donuts looks so yummy! Brought back memories of my childhood too. Hmmm...I wonder if I can persuade my wife to try your recipe...hehehe...

  9. i want i wan i want!!! i love ethis tian tian quan

  10. i like donut vy much but never try to do this at home before, take ur recipe lo !

  11. still..i prefer this type of old fashion donut.
    too modern not suit me..hahahaaa

  12. I love these rings. Absolutely yummy!!

  13. somewhere in SG, then you should try this one, you will like it.

    Sherleen, this is good to eat with a cup of coffee.

    Ju, and outside one is so much expensive !!

    Gulmohar, quickly try it.

    Ellie, Thanks for your lovely word.

    Sze Sze, this good to take when tea time, hehehe..

    Colin, Faye sure will prepare for you when you ask for it, ask her to prepare only half portion, just nice for both of you.

    Ai Wei, Thanks.

    YiYi mummy, hope you will like it.

    Sulianmummy, still old fashion the best huh.

    Abshika, Thanks.

  14. OMG!! Looks so fluffy and soft!! Yea ... I love that YouTube channel, too! I bookmarked it!

    Thanks for sharing!


    P.S. I didn't really stay at home lah ... That'd be boring ... I was having a potluck at friend's ... LOL!

  15. WOW Sonia, these looks so professional. Have you ever considered selling them? Your little ones are so blessed to have you as their mummy! Heehee :D

  16. I love this sweet sweet ring.. Looks really soft from the pic, will sure try this recipe out..^_^

  17. Pei Lin, you are so "rajin" huh, even at potluck at friend house also blogging,hahaha, Thanks for stopping by.

    Cheryl, Thanks dear. How to cari makan just selling this? Hahaha..

    Rachel, my hubby asked me to do this again today, so you know this is how good..

  18. Sweet and delicious! I like the ones at the Malay kuih stalls that used icing sugar.....yum!

  19. Yalor..this beats Krispy Kreme, JCo and Big Apple anytime!

  20. Beautiful and delicious rings, Sonia! Compliments!

  21. The simplest which is the tastiest! Love it!

  22. Pete, yes, this is yummy!!

    Precious Pea, not that level yet lar, anyway, Thanks for your compliments!!

    LCOM, Thanks.

    Nina, Thanks for stopping by.

    A full-timed housefly, Thanks.

    AhTee, yes, it is simple and nice

  23. hahaha I also want some pleaseeee! :)

  24. Looks so soft! I love eating this but don't dare to make cause it involves deep frying..looks so good!

  25. 看起来很松软!食谱我copy了!得空我要试做!

  26. oh those look sso good... Ilove donuts but very lazy to make....can i have one Sonia? please....:)

  27. Oh looks like u had so much fun in KLCC too ! m sure ur kids enjoyed themselves with the fireworks!:))

  28. OMG, this looks like the one I had over 20 years ago when I was still in M'sia. I am wondering if this donuts taste like the one I bought from the street while I was a child. The donuts here has a totally taste than the one in M'sia.

  29. Today i made this, so lovely, bunchy, thx for sharing, here mine ^^- --->

  30. Chuany, your donut look like those selling outside, good job!


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