What is a Polish Jam Dougnut?
This isn’t your typical strawberry or raspberry Jam doughnut. This is a more traditional Polish Jam doughnut or pączki. Paczki is pronounced ‘POHN-sch-ki. The filling leans towards a rose petal marmalade. It has a sugar glaze and a candied orange peel topping.
As soon as you bite into the Polish Jam doughnut you get a lovely floral scent. Its taste has been compared to that of Turkish delight. Try out this rose petal marmalade doughnut and get a little taste of Poland.
Flour, Wheat, Eggs, Baker’s Yeast, Salt, Vegetable Oil ( Rapeseed, Palm) Emulsifier: Mono and Di-Glycerides of Fatty Acids, Vitamin C, Carotenes.
Apple puree, Sugar, Concentrated aronia juice, gelling substance: pectin, Acidity regulator: citric acid. Flavouring preservative: potassium sorbate.
Frosting: (Sugar, glucose syrup, water, Emulsifier: Mono and Di-Glycerides of Fatty Acids, Acidity regulators, vitamin C and sodium Citrate). Orange Peel
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