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Traditional Polish pączki
Traditional Polish pączki

Doughnuts are a type of fried dough food. The following is a list of doughnut varieties.

Variations and specialties by region

The terms below constitute either names for different doughnut types created using local recipes, or for the local language translation of the term for an imported doughnut product.

Oliebollen from Belgium and the Netherlands
Oliebollen from Belgium and the Netherlands
A stack of mekitsas with jam
A stack of mekitsas with jam
Kroštule
Traditional Berliner doughnuts
Traditional Berliner doughnuts
Gulab jamun topped with almond slivers is one of the most popular sweets from the Indian subcontinent.
Gulab jamun topped with almond slivers is one of the most popular sweets from the Indian subcontinent.
Sufganiyah
Struffoli
Portuguese Fartura
Portuguese Fartura
Smultringer being deep-fried
Shakoy from the Philippines
Shakoy from the Philippines
Belyashi
Koeksisters
Lokma
A Boston cream doughnut

See also

References

  1. ^ Karin Engelbrecht. "Traditional Dutch Apple Beignet Recipe". About.com Food. Retrieved 21 May 2015.
  2. ^ "Times News".