Sushki

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Sushki
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TypeSweet bread
Place of originRussia
Main ingredientsFlour, eggs, sugar

Sushki (sg. sushka) (Russian: су́шки, IPA: [ˈsuʂkʲɪ], plural; Russian: су́шка, IPA: [ˈsuʂkʌ], singular) are traditional Russian and Ukrainian small, crunchy, mildly sweet bread rings eaten for dessert, usually with tea. Similar breads are bagels, bubliki, baranki and taralli. Pre-packaged sushki can be found in markets that sell Russian foods. They are sometimes topped with poppy seeds.

Typical ingredients are flour, eggs, water, and salt, which are combined into a firm dough. This is then cut and rolled into thin strips of about half a centimetre thickness which are formed into rings, briefly cooked in boiling sugar water, then baked in an oven.[1]

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