(crisp sugar-coated curls)
This is a common sweet made during the Christmas season and is distributed to guests during their "obligatory" visits to friends and family. Production (and we do mean "production"), usually involved the whole family, and often, the extended family getting together to produce these sweets in assembly line style!
Milk of 1 coconut
½ kg flour
1 teaspoon salt
Knead the flour and eggs, coconut milk and salt into a ball of dough. Cover with a damp cloth and leave for some time. Then roll out the dough and cut into strips and them into small squares. Form into kulkuls by rolling the squares into curls off the back of a fork (they can also be shaped into twists). Deep fry the kulkuls.
The next day make a thick sugar syrup (for a kilo of kulkuls, use ¼ kilo sugar). Throw in the kulkuls, stir until well coated and dry. Remove and store in an airtight container.
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