There are lots of great recipes for jelly doughnuts, but most of them involve yeast, which requires TIME. These recipes are delicious, but say goodbye to your entire morning or afternoon!
Texas Pepper Jelly can offer you an alternative: really quick, really good, really easy Pepper Jelly Doughnuts.
1 tube of canned biscuits
Approx. 1/4 cup sugar
Pepper Jelly – flavor of your choice
2 cups of canola oil – don’t panic; it doesn’t go in the doughnuts!
What to do:
Put the pepper jelly in an icing piper – or put it in an envelope and cut off one corner.
Put the canola oil in a saucepan or skillet and heat until a drop of water sizzles.
Open the can of biscuits and slice each biscuit in half. Drop each half into the hot oil and deep fry until golden brown. Don’t leave the stove! Remove golden biscuits with tongs and coat with sugar. While still hot, inject the pepper jelly into the doughnut.
Let them cool – they’re delicious hot, but they don’t hold together until they’ve “set” for a bit.
Your family and friends will discover a world of spicy sweet goodness with every bite!
(Canned biscuits make excellent pizza crust!)