Baursaki are a variety of doughnut-like pastries from Kazakhstan. They consist of fried dough, and are shaped into either spheres or triangles. The dough consists of flour, yeast, milk, eggs, margarine, salt, sugar, and fat. Baursaki is often eaten alongside Chorba.
Çäkçäk, or sheck-sheck, is made from unleavened dough cut and rolled into strips, which are then deep-fried in oil. Optionally hazelnuts or dried fruits are added to the mixture. The fried strips are stacked in a mound in a special mold and drenched with hot honey. After cooling and hardening, çäkçäk may be optionally decorated with hazelnuts and dried fruits.