• Hinode Rice
    Hinode Rice

    Hinode Rice - Hawaii's FAVORITE!!!

  • Cooking Hawaiian Style Season 2
    Cooking Hawaiian Style Season 2

    Cooking Hawaiian Style Premier TONIGHT @ 7:30pm on OC16

  • Spam
    Spam

    You Can Musubi Too!

  • Island Princess Hawaii
    Island Princess Hawaii

    Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts

  • Hula Baby
    Hula Baby

    Hula Baby Biscotti - Flat Rate Shipping!!

  • Popo's Kitchen
    Popo's Kitchen

    Popo's Kitchen Cookbook

  • Cooking Hawaiian Style
    Cooking Hawaiian Style

    The Art of Island Cuisine*

  • Kamaaina Magazine
    Kamaaina Magazine

    Subscribe Now!

  • Cooking Hawaiian Style
    Cooking Hawaiian Style

    The Art of Island Cuisine*

  • HawaiianFoodOnline.com
    HawaiianFoodOnline.com

    Order All Of Your Favorite Foods Online

LOADING

Leonard's Malasadas

I was going through Mom's box of recipes that she has been collecting for years and I came across an envelope with a stack of 3x5 recipe cards.  As I shuffled through the cards, I see "Hot Malasadas - Leonard's Bakery - Courtesy of Leonard's Bakery".  Could this be the actual recipe for Leonard's famous malasadas?  You be the judge.


Posted By: Frank Abraham
Rating   View Rating(1)
Already Voted! | 37 people have saved this recipe

Print   Add to Printer2499 Times Printed

Prep Time: 20 | Cook Time: 10 | Ready In: 30 + Rise Time
Ingredients: Print   Add to cart
US Metric
  • 1 Pkg. Active Dry Yeast
  • 1 Tbs Sugar
  • 1/3 Cup Water
  • 8 Cup Flour
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 1 Tsp Salt
  • 2 Cups Scalded Milk
  • 1/2 Cup Butter, melted
  • 8 Eggs, beaten
  • Oil for frying

Order Doughnuts Cookbook

Doughnuts Cookbook


Cooking Process:

Dissolve yeast and the 1 tablespoon of sugar in warm water.  In large mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar and salt and make a well in the center.  Add milk, butter, eggs and yeast mixture. Beat thoroughly to form a soft, smooth dough.  Cover and let rise until doubled.  Heat oil to 350 degrees.  Spoon teaspoons of dough into oil and fry until browned.  Drain on absorbent paper towels, then shake in a bag with sugar.

User Reviewsview all rating
Reviewed on: Jan 28, 2013 By
Excellent. Thank you.
Comments:

Newsletter Signup

Find Recipe

Category :
Keyword/Tag :