Oooh, another cooking class!
I’m embarrassed at how long it took me to blog this one.
recently not-so-recently took another class at the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) with chef Adam Sobel of The Cinnamon Snail. Last time was Decadent Vegan Breakfasts; this time was Vegan Donuts!
If you’ve read about other NYC area cooking classes I’ve taken, you may know that I’m not big on baking, or “dessert” type classes. It’s not that I don’t like to bake, it’s more that I want to avoid making sugary stuff at home. I’m guessing that donut making is not going to become a regular part of my kitchen repertoire, so I think I’m safe! But learning how to make donuts was incredibly cool.
I don’t know that I got enough out of this class to start making my own donuts- they’re a lot of work, and I haven’t made any yet. I did buy myself a mini donut dropper because I had aspirations of making my own apple cider donuts (which we did not make in class), but apple cider season has passed and I have yet to do so. Maybe next year. 🙂
Rather than expound on the experience of making donuts, I bring you my photo essay. Doesn’t the class look fun?
We did a lot of moving from one recipe to another- this is a drop donut dough- looks more like a batter.
I had a great time in this class. If you get the chance to take it, do it! You will not be disappointed with how many donuts you will walk away with- just don’t forget to invite a friend over to help you eat them later!
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