Malasadas are made traditionally in madeira (many portuguese decendents in hawaii are from madeira) with moonshine as a flavoring agent. Sugar is minimal in order to make a more fried-bread rather than sweet confection. Bread is then eaten alone, cinnamon sugar, or sugar cane syrup. This recipe wasn't what I grew up with but very tasty. I did enjoy it and all of you who try it will likely enjoy it too. A nice tweek is to add a bit of nutmeg or/and orange rind. yummy!
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Malasadas are made traditionally in madeira (many portuguese decendents in hawaii are from...