Globalisation certainly led to invention of new foods by altering someone else's traditional food. Only look at the French pate a choux which is used to make cream puffs. If you fry it up, you will end up with a Spanish churro or called Mexican churro (either rolled in sugar or dipped in chocolate sauce). If you boil it, you will get the Austrian version of a sweet dumpling. If you fry it and dip it in sugar syrup, you will get the Persian bamieh.
So here is the recipe:
Bring to a gentle simmer 1 cup of cold water, 1 teaspoon vanilla essence and add 100g chopped butter. Once the butter is fully melted and starts to boil, take the saucepan off heat and add 1 cup of plain flour. Stir with a wooden spoon until mixed. Add 3 eggs, one at a time. Place the mix into a pipping bag and deep fry the batter until golden.