9 Doughnut Recipes from Around the World
If you thought doughnuts were purely American, think again! These doughnut recipes from around the world will take you on a tasty journey.
Sfinge doughnuts are a popular street food in Morocco and are often seen in the front windows of restaurants and other storefronts. Beyond indulging in a few for breakfast with tea or coffee, sfinge are usually served during Hanukkah. Check out these other traditional Hanukkah foods and their significance.
Made with milk solids, deep-fried and soaked in a sweet rose syrup, gulab jamun are a bite-sized doughnut you need to try. Though they’re enjoyed all-year long, gulab jamun are especially prominent during special occasions like birthdays, festivals and holidays. In fact, they’re one of the best Diwali foods.
This is a healthy take on the Tahitian coconut breakfast treat called firi firi, which is typically fried. This version is baked and rolled in a spicy, island-inspired sugar mix.
Originating from Naples, struffoli are small balls of dough that are fried until crispy and tossed in a honey and sugar syrup. Struffoli are usually then molded together in a ring or stack, topped with sprinkles and served after Christmas dinner. Next, take a look at these surprising doughnut flavors from Dunkins from around the world.