Donuts

Doughnuts are a morning indulgence that has evolved far beyond plain glazed. Voodoo Doughnut in Portland makes wacky flavors like Froot Loops and bubble-gum dust. And besides flavors, there are so many different styles of doughnuts out there. You can find yeasted, crullers, cake, fritters, cider, sour cream and potato doughnuts. And that's not even counting doughnut relatives like beignets or paczkipaczki. There's a whole world of doughnuts to explore and Food & Wine can get you started.

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Food & Wine:  How to Make Apple Cider Doughnuts
How to Make Apple Cider Doughnuts
Some chefs can’t stop playing with their food. Consider Alex Talbot and Aki Kamozawa, the innovators behind a blog called Ideas in Food and the partners at Curiosity Doughnuts in Stockton, New Jersey. Why the name Curiosity? “Because it fuels everything we do,” says Kamozawa. To perfect their signature hand-rolled cider doughnuts, they tinkered endlessly with the texture, finally borrowing a technique from Japanese milk bread. The simultaneously moist and tender results put standard farmers’ market cider doughnuts to shame. The only way to improve on perfection? A luscious glaze or a roll in cinnamon-cardamom sugar. Fresh out of the fryer, these babies are straight-up mind-blowing. Here’s how to make your own batch.—Tina Ujlaki

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