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Traditional Koeksisters By African Bites

Traditional Koeksisters By African Bites

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Traditional Koeksisters – A traditional South African sticky donut treat that’s deliciously sweet, sticky, crunchy and drenched in syrup, laced with cinnamon, lemon and ginger. Absolutely perfect for snack or tea time and even breakfast.

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Traditional Koeksisters By African Bites
Yields12 Servings
Prep Time2 hrsCook Time30 minsTotal Time2 hrs 30 mins

I know these doughnuts take a bit of advance preparation before deep-frying but are a fun to do especially if you have  kids.

Enjoy!

Spicy Syrup
 2 ¾ tsp cream of tartar
 1 tbsp chopped Fresh ginger
 Fresh squeeze lemon juice (half lemon)
 1 cup water
Dough
 1 cup corn flour (100grams)
 10 ½ tsp baking powder
 3 tsp salt
 2 tbsp sugar
 1/2 cup milk
 1 large egg
 25 grams butter melted
 oil for deep frying

Traditional Koeksisters By African Bites

These are a true indulgence, one that is worthy of a birthday celebration, holiday or even creating a special occasion if you do not have one

Traditional Koeksisters By African Bites

Ingredients

Spicy Syrup
 2 ¾ tsp cream of tartar
 1 tbsp chopped Fresh ginger
 Fresh squeeze lemon juice (half lemon)
 1 cup water
Dough
 1 cup corn flour (100grams)
 10 ½ tsp baking powder
 3 tsp salt
 2 tbsp sugar
 1/2 cup milk
 1 large egg
 25 grams butter melted
 oil for deep frying
Traditional Koeksisters By African Bites

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