Thai-style donuts are commonly known as "pa thong ko" or "pa thong ko sangkaya" in Thailand. They are deep-fried dough sticks that are often enjoyed as a breakfast or snack food. They have a crispy exterior and a soft, fluffy interior.
To make Thai-style donuts, a dough is prepared using ingredients such as flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and water. The ingredients are mixed together until a smooth and elastic dough is formed. The dough is then left to rest for a period to allow it to rise and develop flavor.
Once the dough has risen, it is shaped into long, thin logs or tubes. These dough logs are then deep-fried until golden brown and cooked through. After frying, the Thai-style donuts are typically drained on paper towels to remove any excess oil.
Thai-style donuts can be enjoyed on their own or served with various accompaniments. In Thailand, they are often served with a sweet dip made from condensed milk or a pandan custard dip called "sangkaya."