A very popular Indian dish that has been adapted by the Cape Muslims and is usually served at religious festivals. Ideal for entertaining large numbers of guests--the dish can be prepared in advance and the flavour actually improves with time.
This recipe was given to me by my South African cousin a long, long time ago. They are delicious little fritters (atleast the way she makes them) that are soaked in a spicy syrup. We have them with tea.
I inherited some South African recipes from cousins in Johannesburg. This is a classic. Very unusual and tasty. Edited to add: I do not purport to the recipe's authenticity, that is not for me to say, nor was it my intent on posting this recipe. I have merely had the pleasure of trying it at the home of a South African, and made it myself several times, and we much enjoy it. I suppose that there are countless variations on a theme. This is just one of them.
I tried this recipe once at a potluck and fell in love with it. It had been made by a friend who had lived in Kenya for a couple of years. Searched for the recipe for nearly 15 years when I finally stumbled upon it on the internet.
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