Name These Round Foods With Holes In Them

1# This one is found in Italy and is pretty popular with tourists. Can you name it?

This one is found in Italy and is pretty popular with tourists. Can you name it?

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  • A. Graffe Napoletane defaultβœ“
  • B. Panettonedefaultβœ“

2# All of y’all should know this one. Come on!

All of y’all should know this one. Come on!

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  • A. Dahi Vada defaultβœ“
  • B. Medu Vada defaultβœ“

3# Found in Germany, these donuts are traditionally filled with cream, jam or chocolate, and dusted with confectioners sugar.

Found in Germany, these donuts are traditionally filled with cream, jam or chocolate, and dusted with confectioners sugar.

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  • A. Jammy Buns defaultβœ“
  • B. Berliners defaultβœ“

4# Found in Vietnam, these deep-fried dough balls are filled with sweetened mung bean paste scented with jasmine. Do you know what they’re called?

Found in Vietnam, these deep-fried dough balls are filled with sweetened mung bean paste scented with jasmine. Do you know what they’re called?

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  • A. Ram Laddu defaultβœ“
  • B. BΓ‘nh RΓ‘ndefaultβœ“

5# These Israeli doughnuts are filled with jelly and have a super fluffy texture. They’re also topped with powdered sugar and are a popular snack.

These Israeli doughnuts are filled with jelly and have a super fluffy texture. They're also topped with powdered sugar and are a popular snack.

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  • A. Sufganiyot defaultβœ“
  • B. Latkes defaultβœ“

6# This sweet is found in India, Pakistan and Nepal. It has a soft interior and a flakey, sweet exterior.

This sweet is found in India, Pakistan and Nepal. It has a soft interior and a flakey, sweet exterior.

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  • A. Balushahi defaultβœ“
  • B. Malpua defaultβœ“

7# These twisted, fried pastries are found all across Europe, but are especially popular in France. It’s usually topped with a simple sugar glaze.

These twisted, fried pastries are found all across Europe, but are especially popular in France. It’s usually topped with a simple sugar glaze.

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  • A. Madeleine defaultβœ“
  • B. Crullerdefaultβœ“

8# Found in North Africa, this Maghrebi doughnut gets its name from the Arabic word for sponge (safanj). It is popular in Algeria, Tunisia, Israel and Morocco.

Found in North Africa, this Maghrebi doughnut gets its name from the Arabic word for sponge (safanj). It is popular in Algeria, Tunisia, Israel and Morocco.

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  • A. Sfenj defaultβœ“
  • B. Bombolin defaultβœ“

9# Found in Nepal, this sweet and crunchy doughnut shaped dish is made with rice flour. It is usually eaten during festivals!

Found in Nepal, this sweet and crunchy doughnut shaped dish is made with rice flour. It is usually eaten during festivals!

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  • A. Sonhos defaultβœ“
  • B. Sel Roti defaultβœ“

10# This Turkish bread looks like a bagel, and is full of sesame, sunflower or poppy seeds. It is a popular street food in Turkish bazaars.

This Turkish bread looks like a bagel, and is full of sesame, sunflower or poppy seeds. It is a popular street food in Turkish bazaars.

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  • A. Simit defaultβœ“
  • B. Baklava defaultβœ“

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