Almost each and every country on the planet has their own version of the humble doughnut. Here in South Africa we have Afrikaans vetkoek, koeksisters and the Cape Malay koesisters, the American South loves their beignets and India enjoys syrupy sweet gulab jamun. Originating in Greece, loukoumades are small teardrop-shaped doughnuts made with yeast. Sometimes served with a dark … Continue Reading