Brushwood: the recipe for crunchy fun

Brushwood: the recipe for crunchy fun
Preparation time
15 mins
Cooking time
20 mins
Easy Recipes
6 people

Brushwood: the recipe for crunchy fun

Brushwood is a kind of doughnut, deep-fried, but without the filling.

Also the sticks are called crisps for its delicate and crispy structure – crunched times, and in hand, sugar in addition to pollen, there’s nothing left.


Brushwood: the recipe for crunchy fun



  • 200 g flour,
  • 2 yolks,
  • 50 ml of milk,
  • 1 tablespoon of sour cream,
  • 400 ml of vegetable oil,
  • 1 tablespoon vodka
  • 1 tablespoon sugar,
  • 2 tablespoons of powdered sugar,
  • a pinch of salt.


  1. RUB the yolks with the sugar. Add sour cream, milk, vodka and mix. Add sifted flour with salt and knead elastic dough for firewood.
  2. Turn the dough out on a floured work surface and roll thinly to about 2-3 mm, occasionally adding flour and distributing it across the surface of the cake, so the dough does not stick. The thinner the dough, the more crispy you’ll get the firewood.
  3. Mold the wood. Regular or curly with a knife cut the dough into strips of 3 cm width, and then cut them diagonally via 10 cm In the center of each of the obtained diamond make a small slit through which get it the tip of the diamond inward.
  4. In a deep pot heat vegetable oil, adjust the heat so that the oil was boiling, but not burning, and put it on 3-5 pieces, depending on the size of the dish, so the wood has enough space to free swimming and roasting.
  5. The wood swells in his eyes, bubbling and takes on bizarre forms. After 1-2 minutes turn it upside-down fork on the other side and obzharivaya another 2 minutes until Golden state.
  6. Get ready firewood with a fork or slotted spoon from the frying, put in a colander or on paper towels to remove excess oil. At the same time and drop the next batch of sticks in the boiling oil.
  7. Ready brushwood sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve. Brushwood and delicious hot or cold (if you live).

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