Originally made in 2013, this Homemade Donut recipe is easy to execute, and produces a light and fluffy final product that even your favorite donut shop would be jealous of. These are everything you could wish for in a sweet and spectacular snack. Lightly sweet and airy, with a topping of thick glaze making a satisfying donut-mess on your fingers. The hardest part of this recipe is actually waiting for the dough to rise so that you can cut the donuts out. You will need a stand mixer, or hand mixer with a dough hook attachment, as well as the Napoleon Stainless Steel Wok. The wok is perfect for frying the donuts, it’s depth and heat retention makes managing the oil much easier than you would find if using a saucepan or electric wok. Frying the donuts outside ensures that you don’t have that deep fryer oil smell in the house, only the scent of sweet sweet donuts when they’re ready.