As well as being crammed with yummy dried fruit and nuts, there's sweet snacks are infused with ale for a proper festive taste. Follow the easy recipe to create your very own...
- 8-10 teaspoons mincemeat
- 8 slices of thick sliced white bread (crusts removed)
- A little spreading butter
- 4 tablespoons caster sugar
- 100g self raising flour (sifted)
- 150ml ale
- Vegetable oil for deep fat frying
Method1 Spread one side of bread with a fine layer of butter. Spoon one teaspoon mincemeat into the centre of the buttered bread.
2 Take a second buttered slice, press and seal the two slices together. Cut the bread with a star or round cutter and chill for 30 minutes.
3 Make the batter by mixing the sugar and flour together. Whisk in the ale until the batter becomes thick.
4 Heat the vegetable oil (5 cm deep) to 180°C (350°F).
5 Dip the chilled bread shapes into the batter and fry until golden brown on both sides.
6 Once cooked, drain the doughnuts on crumpled kitchen roll. Dust with sugar before serving.
Prep Time20 minutes (30 minutes chilling time)
Cook Time10 minutes
Nutrition InformationMakes 10
Recipe courtesy of There's A Beer For That
More Christmas recipes to try:
Hot Buttered Rum
Chocolate Mousse With Popping Candy
Yule Log With Guinness Twist
Rudolph Red Velvet Cupcakes
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