Once your donut holes are thawed, pierce the donut holes with a wooden skewer. Be careful not to prick yourfingers and wear gloves when handling any product you will sell to the public.
Gently bring thedonut hole down the skewer. Make sureyou’ve left at least an inch of skewer at the bottom. You’ll want to continue thisprocess until you have 4-6 donut holes on the skewer.
It’s important that you leave some space at the top as well as the bottom. The top has a sharp endthat could be dangerous: take your scissors andtrim the sharp end off of the skewer.
Prepare a container of glaze according to manufacturer’s specifications. You do not want the container to be overflowing: make just enough so thatthere is approximately half an inch from the bottom.
Take the skewer of donut holes and dipone side into the container. Again, youshould have filled the container so that the skewer in the center cannot touch the glaze.
Coat the donut holes in glaze using one of two methods:1. You can rotate the skewer in the glaze.2. Take a spatula and spoon glaze over the donut holes.
Once the donut holes have beencompletely covered in glaze, placethe finished kabob onto wax paper until the glaze sets.
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