Amagwinya also known as Vetkoek refers to a popular traditional Zulu food which is flour mixture with water, sugar and salt. Amagwinya is made or shaped into small balls and put into hot oil until it is golden brown and eaten as is, or it can be eaten even more delicious with stew. Amagwinya is also sold in some schools for the school children. Moreover, Amagwinya is described as balls of deep-fried bread dough which are served plain as street food, but sweet or savory fillings can be added, if desired. Zulu are the largest South African ethnic group.