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Appears in
Hidden Kitchens of Sri Lanka

By Bree Hutchins

Published 2013

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These thin, crisp biscuits, made from a deep-fried batter of rice flour and coconut milk, are traditionally shaped like a wheel. Originally a Dutch recipe, they are now considered an authentic Sri Lankan sweetmeat, often served for special occasions such as New Year. They are easy to make, but you will need a special kokis mould, which you can buy from most Sri Lankan specialty stores.