The doughnut didn't always have a hole! These round, flat, fried cakes were once filled, with soggy centers. At least, that's the way they were eaten when early Dutch settlers brought them to Colonial America.
Then in 1847, a 15-year-old boy, Hanson Crockett Gregory, was in the kitchen of his Rockport, Maine, home watching his mother make these fried cakes. When he asked her why the centers were so soggy and uncooked that they gave him indigestion, she didn't have the answer for him.
So Hanson took some of the uncooked cakes and poked out the centers with a fork. This time when his mother fried them, they were delicious, for the hole let the dough cook more thoroughly, making the cakes much easier to digest.
Today, doughnut makers put their dough into special machines that punch out the centers. The dough is then cooked in a vat of boiling oil until it is a puffy, crisp doughnut.
And the house in Rockport, Maine, where Hanson Crockett Gregory was born, bears a plaque commemorating the day that a boy invented a hole!
So they can be plucked from the hot oil with a rod. Another reason is that the heat can be distributed evenly.
They are easier to make this way.
Donuts did not have holes until the 1800s.
They don't have holes
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It's the evolution of the donut, the first donuts don't have holes, but its pioneers realized that if they do put a hole in the donut, it would cook faster and more evenly...
Dunkn Donuts sells double glazed donuts. Dunkin Donuts also sells other flavors and varieties of donuts as well, such as maple glazed, donut holes, and etc.
what a stupid question...
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The cast of Donuts and Donut Holes - 2009 includes: Greg McDonald as Narrator Alyssa Taos Callahan as Dancer
Donuts were made with holes because the additional surface area allows it to cook through much faster.
There are: 300 calories in 5 glazed munchkin holes 200 calories in 3 chocolate glazed munchkin holes 270 calories in 4 powdered munchkin holes ...all from Dunkin Donuts. For more calorie count info, go to: http://www.calorie-count.com/ check out the dunkin donuts website for nutrition and calorie information: https://www.dunkindonuts.com/aboutus/nutrition/ProductList.aspx?category=Donuts
You can make homemade donuts in a rolled container at a store, then open them, then you take a bottle cap and make holes, keep the holes so you can make donut holes, then fry them, after that get a bowl and put cinnamon and sugar in the bowl, and mix it, when you get done frying the donuts and donut holes them put them in the bowl and put cinnamon all around the donut. Enjoy the recipe!
1.29 dozen doughnut holes