Jelly-Filled Biscuit Doughnut Balls & More

This night I had cooked jelly-filled biscuit doughnut balls and blackened catfish in my air-fryer. Just in case some of my new friends missed this blog, I’m going to re-post it.

First recipe was jelly-filled biscuit doughnut balls. This recipe was quite easy. I took five biscuits and cut them in half. I then rolled the dough into balls and made a total of ten doughnut balls. I always make sure I pre-heated the air-fryer according to the directions. Once it got hot I placed the doughnut balls into the air-fryer, and let them cook for about 10 minutes on each side. I dipped each doughnut in sugar. Finally I poked a hole into each ball, and stuffed it with strawberry preserves. They were yummy, like having a strawberry biscuit. I don’t do a lot of carbs so I make my family try everything. My family has been amazing sampling everything. They are super honest so I’m glad its been good. (Lol)

My final recipe was Blackened Catfish and tartar sauce. This was a little difficult, but not too much. This was my first time cooking fish in an air-fryer, and I wasn’t to sure how it was going to turn out. I thought mines should have turned out a little darker than it did, but it was good. I seasoned the fish with cajun season and top it with lemon juice. I also used cooking spray to spray the fish on each side before placing it in the air-fryer.  I thought it was tasty and juicy. Don’t nobody like dry food. It just didn’t look blackened to me. For the sides I cooked spinach and pilaf rice. Now the sides were my own recipe. And that’ all folks. Hoped you enjoyed and have a blessed night.

And my fabulous version!

Doesn’t look blackened, but it was yummy!
I also made the tarter sauce. I used lemon juice, sweet relish, and mayonnaise.

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18 thoughts on “Jelly-Filled Biscuit Doughnut Balls & More

  1. First, I want your father to recover from his operation. If they have a united family, things go better. As for your creations, they look very good. Let everything flow in a positive way.

  2. Hope your dad is doing well! And I must try the donuts on my own..never crossed my mind but I love jelly donuts and it sounds simple.

  3. Love how you include both a photo of yours & one of the book. The doughnuts are so cute & that fish looks delish– nice job on that tartar sauce!

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