One time I mistakenly used flour instead of powered sugar too coat them,they were terrible.
I received a package in the mail the other day. A box of Kinklings and King syrup from my relatives in Maryland. They have a KINKLING making party every Feb-March.
The temps here have been in the low 80’s for a few days so they were nice and warm when I opened my mailbox 🙂
I immediately made coffee and settled down for a snack.
The sticky King syrup ran down my chin and I just continued indulging over the sink.
They were so good.I have a few left,they do not last long in my kitchen.
Recipe for Kinklings
My Grandmother’s Recipe
1 cup sugar
4 lbs flour (16 cups)
1 qt. milk (scalded and cooled)
4 eggs, well beaten
8 tbsp shortening or lard
2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. nutmeg (optional)
2 cakes yeast
Soften yeast in water and add 1 tsp. Sugar to milk, stir. Stir in yeast. Cover and let rise in warm place till doubled. Stir in eggs, butter, remaining sugar, salt, nutmeg and enough flour so mixture can no longer be stirred with a spoon. Cover and let rise till double. Punch down dough and divide in 2 portions. On a floured board roll out to 1/2″ thickness, cut with doughnut cutter (or large glass), place on trays and let rise till doubled. Fry in deep fat until brown, turn to brown other side. Drain on paper towels. Makes about 4 dozen.