Kul Kuls

Kul Kuls

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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

Kul Kuls recipe - How to make Kul Kuls



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1/4 kg plain flour (maida)
1/4 kg whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta)
1/2 tsp salt
2 tbsp butter
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 to 1 cup thick coconut milk extracted from ½ a Coconut
oil for deep frying

For the Sugar coating
1 1/2 cups sugar
1/2 cup water


  1. Sieve together the maida/wheat flour/salt - put into a mixing bowl, add the butter & work it into the flour mixture
  2. Add the powdered sugar & coconut milk little @ a time & mix to form a soft firm dough
  3. Cover the dough with a warm damp cloth so that it does not dry.
  4. To make the kul kuls – take a marble size ball of the dough & flatten it against the back of a greased fork
  5. 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.
  6. Grease the back of the fork again & repeat making kul kuls till all the dough is over. every

For the Sugar coating

    For the Sugar coating
  1. 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
  2. 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.