Friday, November 15, 2013

Sugar Twist Donut or Shakoy/ Lubid lubid Recipe






This is an excellent snack for kids and  grown ups too. Sugar twist in English and shakoy or lubid lubid in Filipino dialect. Is an all time meryienda in my country where you can buy it on the streets, public markets or  even in some bakeries.  I used to make this recipe when I was in the Philippines as a snack for my visitors,  family, church gatherings and business too. Yes! I was a small time businesswoman. I made shakoy and cupcakes for business, I sold them to   schools and offices. Now that I am here in the US of A, I would still make shakoy occasionally as a snack for family and church gatherings. Boy! my hubby fell in love with it and takes it to work. A lot of my American friends  love it too and asked for the recipe. This is best when served warm, match it with your hot coffee, hot chocolate or any cold drinks. I hope you guys enjoy this easy to make recipe. Even your kids will enjoy making this with you

Here's what you need:

4 cups flour
1/4 cup white sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoon dry active yeast
1 cup lukewarm water 
2 tablespoon oil



Just twisted, waiting to double in size

Procedure:

1. Dissolve yeast in lukewarm water
2. Add sugar, salt, oil and 3 cups of flour
3. Mix and knead until smooth. Use remaining flour during kneading
4. Form into ball and let it rise in a greased bowl for an hour or until double in bulk.
5. Punch down and divide it into 24 portions
6. Roll each portion into a 10 inch cylinder and twist like a rope

7. Let stand for 30 minutes  or until double in size.
8. Fry in  deep hot oil until golden brown
9. Roll on white sugar or you can  use cinnamon sugar too( good for diabetics)



waiting to be deep fried


My kids always love to help me when I'm in the kitchen. Here's sample of what they made

Rolled with white and cinnamon sugar made by my kids




20 comments:

  1. Kadali ra man diay ni Jade, I will definitely try this one here... can't wait..it's my favorite biya

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  2. ohh man these look so good! I love baking and cooking so I'm going to try these and I especially love yeasty goodies!

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  3. Uh-oh, namiss ko na ang shakuy hehehe. Thanks for sharing the recipe sis.

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  4. Lubi-lubid man gali ini...try ko man ang recipe na ito...thank you

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  5. This looks like a really great merienda or dessert meal.

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  6. Hey sis, pass along some over here hehehe.

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  7. We love this also, but didn't know the name for it. We just buy them in the bakery. It's good to know it's not something you bake, because I don't have an oven. I will definitely try this. Well, bookmarking now. :)

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  8. i still didn't tried this yet but will do sometime, i just have to make sure no more food to waste before making a new one.

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  9. i love to eat this twisted sugar donut, thanks for the recipe I can now make my own hihi

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  10. I have issues in baking when there is yeast - it doesn't go well tlga, how I wish I can work on it and do this too.

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  11. These Look So Yummy I Must Make For My Family Thank You!

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  12. Oh, childhood memories are coming back now. We used to eat this type of donuts back then and completely forgot about them. Thanks for the reminder :)

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  13. Those look like they'd be fun to make (and eat).

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  14. Oh my... those look so tasty! Nice midnight snack if I had the energy to make them. LOL

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  15. hahaha I know this, one of Filipino's kakanin :) Actually it is not baked but fry

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  16. These look great and so easy to make, especially with kiddos! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. And now, even after having eaten breakfast I want a donut!

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  18. What a fun recipe to make with the kids! Ahh, looks tasty!

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  19. Haha I was trying to make this but after I fried nigahi mura n ug binangkal

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    1. Hi Josephine,
      Ambot ngano nigahi man ang imuha. If you let it rise for 30 minutes before frying it, it will be softer. Try na and let me know how it went.

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