From Grandma’s Kitchen: Kulkuls

Kulkuls are crispy delights which people in Goa tend to binge eat. This sweet is prepared the most during Christmas time.


1or 2 coconuts

1¼ semolina cups

A little butter

4 eggs (only the yolks)

4 cups flour


Extract the coconut milk. (To extract the thick milk, coarsely grind the coconut with some water. Then put the mixture on a strainer and let the milk come out.)

Mix the semolina, flour, butter, and egg yolks, and add the coconut milk to get a stiff dough.

Knead the dough while adding butter until it becomes soft.

Keep the dough covered for 15- 20 minutes.

Then take small bits of the dough and roll it on a fork to form a curled shape.

Deep fry them until they are golden brown.