Cider doughnut

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Cider doughnut
Apple cider doughnuts.jpg
Cider doughnuts topped with cinnamon
Type Doughnut
Place of origin United States
Main ingredients batter, cinnamon, nutmeg, apple cider
Cookbook:Cider doughnut  Cider doughnut

Cider doughnuts are a harvest tradition in autumn in the northeastern United States and are sometimes sold at cider mills. They are often paired with apple cider, and may be covered with cinnamon.[1] They are "cake doughnuts" and get their flavor from cinnamon, nutmeg and apple cider used in the batter.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "While the main attraction of apple orchards may well be freshly picked apples and apple cider, to miss out on these soft, sweet, spicy doughnuts would be to miss out on autumn itself." Luke Pyenson A match made in October October 10, 2007 Boston Globe
  2. ^ Rich Rounds Of Cider, No Less, Kara Newman, The Washington Post, October 6, 2004;

External links[edit]

  • Delicious Dishings -- Apple Cider Doughnuts (recipe, instructions, & photographs)
  • Instructables -- Apple Cider Doughnuts (recipe, instructions, & photographs)