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fried dough

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Dough that is deep-fried and sprinkled with sugar, often sold at carnivals or street fairs.
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Visitors can also satisfy any sweet cravings with the northern American city's best donuts at Donut Fest, returning in January to Chop Shop offering the best in fried dough confectionery.
The fri-jo just reminds us of the fair atmosphere and when we were younger," Deloris Fedderson said, while her husband filled his mouth with the fried dough.
A whole day dedicated to the sweet taste of deep fried dough topped with frosting - how much more American can you get?
Gulab jamun's origin is, however, in Persia and the Mediterranean, where it is equivalent to Luqmat Al Qadi, which consists of deep fried dough balls dipped in honey syrup and sprinkled with sugar.
Having created several innovative dishes, he has to his credit modern-day versions of taqliyat Ziryab (a white bean stew), zalabia (sweet fritters) and ziriabi (a fried dough and meatball dish).
The chaat variants are all based on fried dough, with various other ingredients.
A donut is a fried dough dessert popular in many countries and prepared in various forms.
Numerous stalls are setting up along the promenade selling all sorts of traditional fare such as, Loukoumades, (a deep fried dough soaked in syrup), traditional sweets made from grapes-Palouse, Shudgukous (Suzuko), as well as imported items such as clothes and children's toys and games.
Christina Hindi's Portuguese bakery -- or pastelaria -- sells savory pastries such as pao de queijo, empada and coxinhas, as well as sweet treats like churros, deep fried dough.
IN VICTORIA SQUARE The Indian Rasoi (above) Inspired by the Chaat Wallahs of Delhi and Bombay, these snacks are all based on fried dough, with added chickpeas, spices, chilli sauce, peppers, onions, coriander slaw and yoghurt.
So, from the sushi counter, I jumped straight to my Indian favourites: Dahi puri, which is basically a mini puri called golgappa stuffed with mashed potations and chickpeas; paper chaat, fried dough doused in yoghurt and tamarind chutney; and a Mumbai favourite, vada pav, which is basically a potato patty served in a sandwich.
Try the Milk Chocolate Bread Pudding ($6), served with strawberry jam Anglaise and praline ice cream; the Beignets ($5), fried dough pillows with a generous dusting of confectioners' sugar; or the Strawberry Shortcake ($6), fresh strawberry compote, buttermilk biscuit, and vanilla bean whipped cream.