Awama donuts - bite-sized donuts from Arab cuisine dipped in sugar syrup - small donuts that are worth adopting and preparing for Hanukkah and when you want to enjoy a little bit
Total time: 1-2 hours
The amount of oil in the recipe is the estimate amount absorbed in the Awama after frying. The oil should be used is for deep frying. The nutritional value does not include the orange flower water. I did not use potatoes like in many other Awama recipes but corn starch and semolina (according to a recipe by chef Nof Atamna). The saffron gives a little color to the donuts. I lowered the amount of sugar in the syrup and that's fine with me. Good luck!
|Nutritional Values||Serving/Unit||100 Grams|
|Calories||47 cal||196 cal|
|Proteins||0 g||2 g|
|Carbohydrates||9 g||37 g|
|Fat||1 g||5 g|