Lgeimat is a favourite dessert during the month of Ramadan and is served daily for Iftar (the meal eaten at sunset to break the day's fast).
Add all the ingredients, except for the oil, to a deep pot and mix well to create the dough.
L eave the dough for 1 hour until it doubles in size (depending on the room temperature).
Pour the oil in a frying pan on medium heat; make sure the oil does not fill more than half of the depth of the pan.
Drop bite-sized amounts of dough by hand or with a spoon into the oil and keep on turning them over until they turn golden brown. These are now Lgeimat.
Put the Lgeimat in a strainer or on drying paper to get rid of the excess oil.
Place the Lgeimat on a plate, pour molasses on them and decorate them with roasted sesame seeds.
You can prepare the dough without adding eggs.
Nutritional analysis per serving (8 servings)
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