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Kul kuls are a popular dessert item which are usually prepared on Christmas. The maida and wheat based dough is sweetened, deep fried and the served with sugar syrup dropped over them
- Sieve together the maida/wheat flour/salt - put into a mixing bowl, add the butter & work it into the flour mixture
- Add the powdered sugar & coconut milk little @ a time & mix to form a soft firm dough
- Cover the dough with a warm damp cloth so that it does not dry.
- To make the kul kuls – take a marble size ball of the dough & flatten it against the back of a greased fork
- Then roll tightly (from the bottom end of the fork) into a tight curl/scroll put the kul kuls on a plate which is sprinkled (dusted) with flour.
- Grease the back of the fork again & repeat making kul kuls till all the dough is over. every
- Put the sugar & water in a vessel place on heat, keep stirring till sugar has dissolved & the syrup has thickened to a 2 thread consistency
- Pour over the fried kul kuls & toss nicely so that all the kul kuls are evenly coated - set aside to cool/dry, store in an air tight container & use.
This recipe was contributed by Pearlie on 28 Feb 2004
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