Mini Sugar Doughnuts


  • Sorry I waited so long to post the recipe.
  • The truth is, I had no idea where I wrote that. I keep a lot of food diaries, good thing I found them.
    These Amagwinya are inspired by my mother’s #Kwayishe. When we were young he made things for me and my brothers.She was a working mother and didn’t have time to bake yeast cakes. That’s why they bring back such fond memories of me and my mother learning from her in the kitchen.
    These days, however, she is amazed at what I can do with food and always wants to learn from me. It’s the strangest thing. Plus, she almost never tries my recipes because she’s the busiest 73-year-old woman I know.
    Despite her 73 years, she is still a working mother! I run a company and am the number 1 model, nakundixolela zinkosi! &Amp; I love this woman to pieces


4 cups flour
6 tablespoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
5 tablespoons sugar
1 1/2 cups warm water


1. Heat a deep pan with vegetable oil, for example canola oil, Peanut oil, grape seed oil, etc. medium hot.
2. While the oil is heating in a large bowl, mix all the dough ingredients together.

3. Form the dough into a thick disc on a lightly floured work surface and then cut into even slices with a cookie cutter. You can also form regular balls with floured hands.
4. Fry in hot oil until one side is golden brown. The second side looks done, although it is still pale. So turn them over and fry the other side until it is still golden brown.
5. Once cooked, place in a large bowl covered with absorbent paper. Allow to cool slightly and serve with sweet tea or coffee.On the farm where I grew up, we enjoyed it straight or with #igxogxa, i.e. #tea made from used tea bags or already brewed coffee beans. The kids weren’t allowed to drink real coffee and tea, but hey, like kids! We loved igxogx. It’s the closest thing to coffee and tea that we can get.

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