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This is a delightful Moroccan treat that can be served as a snack or a dessert.



Firstly, dissolve the yeast in a glass of lukewarm water (see the packet for measurements of water).

When dissolved, mix the flour, salt and yeast with a glass of lukewarm water. Then knead until dough is soft and elastic.

Place the dough in a bowl and cover with a clean cloth. Leave it to rise for approx 3 1/2 hours.

Take a small bit of dough and roll into a ball. Make sure to put a little oil on your hands to stop it sticking!

Use your fingers to make a little hole in the middle, then carefully drop the rings into a pan of hot oil.

Take them out when golden brown and well risen, and serve hot. They're best dusted with Sugar or honey.

This recipe makes 30 doughnuts.

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