Egg shaped milk chocolate in a crisp sugar shell
Crunchy nuts and juicy fruit pieces embedded in delectable French nougat
A�koeksister�(or�koe'sister) derives from the Dutch word�koekje, which translates to "cookie".�There are two popular versions of this�South African�syrup-coated�doughnut: anAfrikaner�version which is a twisted or�braided�shape (like a plait) and a�Cape Malay�version which is a spicy treat finished off with a sprinkling of coconut. It is prepared by�deep-frying plaited�dough�rolls in�oil, then dipping the fried dough into cold�sugar�syrup. Koeksisters are very sticky and sweet and taste like�honey.
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