|Place of origin||Hungary|
|Main ingredients||Flour, yeast, butter, egg yolk, rum, milk, oil|
|Cookbook: Fánk Media: Fánk|
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Fánk is a sweet traditional Hungarian doughnut. The most commonly used ingredients are: flour, yeast, butter, egg yolk, a little bit of rum, salt, milk and oil to deep fry with. After the pastry has risen for approximately 30 minutes the result is an extreme light doughnut-like pastry. Fánk is traditionally served with powdered sugar and lekvár, Hungarian thick jams; mostly apricot at that.
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