Recipes Using Pon-De-Q Donut Mix: Donut Holes

Cocoa Donut Holes (Makes About 15 Donuts)

I am not saying names, but remember that cute donut shop when you visited Japan? Or the one that's probably down the street if you live in Japan? Well, you can recreate their cute donut holes at home!

Materials

  • Bowl
  • Whisk
  • Paddle Spoon or Rice Paddle
  • Measuring Spoon
  • Pot
  • Scale

Ingredients

Pon-De-Q Donut Mix 300g
Cocoa Powder 15g
Egg 1 Medium-sized Egg (50g)
Water 140cc
Vegetable Oil 1 Tablespoon (10g)
Deep Frying Oil Adjust as needed
※*When cocoa powder is added, the dough will start to become tougher and harden, so please adjust the consistency by adding water.

Cooking Instructions

1. Sift together Pon-De-Q Donut Mix and cocoa powder.
2. Crack the egg in a bowl, mix well with a whisk, and then add water and oil, and mix.
3. Add ① to ② and mix with a spoon or rice paddle until you cannot see any more dry flour.
4. Spread oil on your palm, roll up the dough to the size of a ping pong ball (30g), and fry it in the deep-frying oil at 170℃ (340℉) for about 5 minutes.


Enjoy that donut shop feeling by covering them in powdered sugar, frosting, or even Okinawa's kokuto brown sugar.

Feel free to share your freshly made donut holes or any changes you made to the recipe with us! We would love to post them on Facebook or Instagram and share them with others.

Bacon Cheese Donut Holes (Makes About 20 Donuts)

Donuts are not just there to be sweet and all. You can make soft, chewy donuts for lunch or dinner, too. This recipe uses bacon and cheese, but feel free to change the recipe and use whatever you love! (or just whatever you have in the house...)

Materials

  • Bowl
  • Whisk
  • Paddle Spoon or Rice Paddle
  • Measuring Spoon
  • Pot
  • Scale

Ingredients

Pon-De-Q Donut Mix 300g
Egg 1 Medium-sized egg(50g)
Water 140cc
Vegetable Oil 1 Tablespoon (10g)
Powdered Cheese 35g
Chopped Bacon 70g
Deep Frying Oil Adjust as needed

Cooking Instructions

1. Crack the egg in a bowl, mix well with a whisk, and then add water, oil, powdered cheese, and chopped bacon.
2. Add the bag of Pon-De-Q mix and mix with a spoon or rice paddle until you cannot see any more dry flour.
3. Spread oil on your palm, roll up the dough to the size of a ping pong ball (30g), and fry it in the deep-frying oil at 170℃ (340℉) for about 5 minutes.


Enjoy with mayonnaise, ketchup, or whatever sauce you would love to pair with these delicious, chewy donuts.

Feel free to share your freshly made donut holes or any changes you made to the recipe with us! We would love to post them on Facebook or Instagram and share them with others.

Kinako Matcha Donut Holes (Makes About 15 Donuts)

If you love matcha and have been thinking of ways to get more matcha in your life besides tea, this recipe is perfect for you. Matcha has gained so much popularity all over the world for its taste and healthiness. Adding matcha powder to these donuts make them feel a tiny bit healthier. ;)

Materials

  • Bowl
  • Whisk
  • Paddle Spoon or Rice Paddle
  • Measuring Spoon
  • Pot
  • Scale

Ingredients

Pon-De-Q Donut Mix 300g
Egg 1 Medium-sized egg(50g)
Water 140cc
Vegetable Oil 1 Tablespoon (10g)
Matcha Powder 5g
Kinako Powder Adjust to taste
Deep Frying Oil Adjust as needed

Cooking Instructions

1. Sift together Pon-De-Q Donut Mix and matcha powder.
2. Crack the egg in a bowl, mix well with a whisk, and then add water and oil, and mix.
3. Add ① to ② and mix with a spoon or rice paddle until you cannot see any more dry flour.
4. Spread oil on your palm, roll up the dough to the size of a ping pong ball (30g), and fry it in the deep-frying oil at 170℃ (340℉) for about 5 minutes.


Once they are done, sprinkle kinako powder or powdered sugar on top and enjoy them while they are still warm!

Feel free to share your freshly made donut holes or any changes you made to the recipe with us! We would love to post them on Facebook or Instagram and share them with others.

Goma (Sesame Seed) Donut Holes (Makes About 15 Donuts)

Goma is sesame seeds in Japan which might sound strange if you have never had anything goma flavored before. Goma taste great (in my opinion...) and make amazing sweets. Don't knock it till ya try it!

Materials

  • Bowl
  • Whisk
  • Paddle Spoon or Rice Paddle
  • Measuring Spoon
  • Pot
  • Scale

    Ingredients

    Pon-De-Q Donut Mix 300g
    Egg 1 Medium-sized egg(50g)
    Water 140cc
    Vegetable Oil 1 Tablespoon (10g)
    Goma Sesame Seeds 15g
    Deep Frying Oil Adjust as needed
    *When using goma seeds, make sure they strongly stick to the dough when frying.

    Cooking Instructions

    1. Crack the egg in a bowl, mix well with a whisk, and then add water, oil, and goma seeds.
    2. Add the bag of Pon-De-Q mix and mix with a spoon or rice paddle until you cannot see any more dry flour.
    3. Spread oil on your palm, roll up the dough to the size of a ping pong ball (30g), and fry it in the deep-frying oil at 170℃ (340℉) for about 5 minutes.

    Once they are done, sprinkle more goma seeds on top if you want and enjoy.

    Feel free to share your freshly made donut holes or any changes you made to the recipe with us! We would love to post them on Facebook or Instagram and share them with others.

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