Filled doughnut with creamy custard, jam or marmalade.
Ridged flute shaped doughnuts originated as a Spanish breakfast, sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar after deep frying.
Beignets, France & USA
Fluffy squares of dough, fried until golden brown and then dusted with sugar.
Balushahi- India, Pakistan & Nepal
It is made with yoghurt and fried in ghee then soaked in sugar syrup.
Koeksister, South Africa
Long braided cakes are usually fried and soaked in cold sweet syrup.
Kuih keria, Indonesia
Kuih keri are sugar-coated, fried, sweet-potato doughnuts also known as Donat Kentang.
Small oval-shaped pastries, deep fried and soaked in sugar syrup.
Twisted fried savoury dough stick to be eaten for breakfast.
Jalebi- South Asia & Middle East
Sticky flour dough is deep-fried and soaked in a sugar and saffron syrup.
French Culler, France
Crullers are twisted fried pastries, known for their airy texture and can be found across Europe.