However, the two countries generally associated with this sweet snack are the United States and Holland. The centre of the doughnuts did not cook as fast as the outside and remained mostly uncooked.
However, the two countries generally associated with this sweet snack are the United States and Holland. Records show that the Dutch were making olykoeks, or ‘oil cakes’, as early as the mid-19th century. These early doughnuts were simply balls of cake fried in pork fat until golden brown. However, there was a problem with doughnuts. That was the reason why the cakes were stuffed with fruit, nuts, or other fillings that did not take long to cook.
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