Kurma is an incredibly popular Indo-Trinidadian sweet snack that is sold at roadside stands. However, the version that is publicly sold is hard and crunchy, widely different from the Muslim kurma that is more like a tiny donut with a crusty outside and soft center, which is the recipe I give here. This recipe is courtesy of the Trinidadian food blogger Safiyah Ali who originally wrote about it on her site Lifespan of a Chennette.
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