Sift the dry ingredients together into a
large bowl, add the milk and mix and knead until smooth. Divide the
dough into ten balls, kneading each ball with floured hands. Press the
balls gently to flatten into 3 inch rounds. Heat a little oil in a
non-stick frying pan until moderately hot. Place half the dumplins in
the pan, reduce the heat to low and fry for about 15 minutes until they
are golden brown, turning once. Stand them on their sides for a few
minutes to brown the edges, before removing them and draining on kitchen
paper. Serve warm.
Makes about 10
Spicy Fried Dumplins are very easy to
make. In the Caribbean, they are often served with saltfish or fried
fish, but they can be eaten quite simply with butter and jam or cheese.