||This article needs additional citations for verification. (September 2011)
A pestiño is a Christmas or Holy Week pastry that is popular in Andalusia and other regions of Southern Spain. It is a piece of dough, deep fried in olive oil and glazed with honey or sugar.
Normally the dough is flavoured with sesame. Its form and composition vary from region to region and are different in Medina-Sidonia, Cádiz, Chiclana de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Rota and other towns in Andalusia. In these towns they are typical for Christmas but in the rest of Andalusia they are eaten throughout the year.
Pestiños de Miel
, a honey-coated sweet fritter
In Málaga they are called borrachuelos another typical word for the vocabulary in this town.