How to Make Doughboys?


Start off by making a biscuit recipe. You can use Bisquick which is the easiest way. Mix the biscuit ingredients until smooth. Place oil in pan about half way full. Heat oil so that it is hot, do not let it get to boiling temperature. Cut a small piece of dough and stretch it. Place it in the hot oil and cook for approximately 1 minute. Take it out of the pan and place on paper towel. Add any of your favorite ingredients to the top of it, ex: sugar, cinnamon, strawberries, whip cream. Yummy!
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Total Time: 40 minutes   Yield: 4 servings
Level: Intermediate   Cuisine:
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