Doughnut

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A doughnut (American and British English) or donut (American English) (both: or ; see etymology section) is a type of fried dough confection or dessert food.wikipedia
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List of doughnut shops

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The doughnut is popular in many countries and prepared in various forms as a sweet snack that can be homemade or purchased in bakeries, supermarkets, food stalls, and franchised specialty vendors.
Doughnut shops (also spelled donut shops) specialize in the preparation and retail sales of doughnuts.

List of doughnut varieties

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Other shapes include rings, balls, flattened spheres, twists, and other forms.
Doughnuts are a type of fried dough food.

Dunkin' Donuts

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Before long, doughnut sellers saw the opportunity to market "holes" as a novelty and many chains offer their own variety, some with their own brand names such as "Munchkins" from Dunkin' Donuts and "Timbits" from Tim Hortons. Along with these Indian variants, typical varieties of doughnuts are also available from U.S. chains such as Krispy Kreme and Dunkin' Donuts retail outlets, as well as local brands such as Mad Over Donuts and the Donut Baker.
Its products include donuts, bagels, other baked goods, and a variety of hot and iced beverages.

Coconut doughnut

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Common varieties include the Boston cream, coconut, key lime, and jelly.
The coconut doughnut (or coconut donut) is a variety of doughnut in the United States and Canada that is usually covered or topped with shredded or flaked coconut topping.

Old-fashioned doughnut

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Doughnut varieties are also divided into cake (including the old-fashioned) and yeast-risen type doughnuts.
The old-fashioned doughnut is a variety of cake doughnut prepared in the shape of a ring with tapered edges around it. Cake doughnuts originated in the United States circa 1829.

Torus

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Doughnuts are usually deep fried from a flour dough, and typically either ring-shaped or a number of shapes without a hole, and often filled, but can also be ball-shaped ("doughnut holes").
Real-world approximations include doughnuts, non-inflatable lifebuoys, and O-rings.

Dutchie (doughnut)

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This production method has allowed doughnut sellers to produce bite-sized versions of non-ring doughnuts, such as filled doughnuts, fritters and Dutchies.
The dutchie is a Canadian doughnut popularized by the Tim Hortons chain.

Sprinkles

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Once fried, doughnuts may be glazed with a sugar icing, spread with icing or chocolate on top, or topped with powdered sugar or sprinkles or fruit.
Sprinkles, sugar strands, or hundreds and thousands, are very small pieces of confectionery used as a decoration or to add texture to desserts such as cupcakes, doughnuts or ice cream.

Winchell's Donuts

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They proved so adept at the business and in training fellow Chinese Cambodian refugees to follow suit that these local doughnut shops soon dominated native franchises such as Winchell's Donuts.
Winchell's Donuts is an international doughnut company founded by Verne Winchell on October 8, 1948, in Temple City, California.

Boston cream doughnut

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Common varieties include the Boston cream, coconut, key lime, and jelly.
The Boston cream (pie) doughnut or donut is a round, solid, yeast-risen doughnut with chocolate frosting and a pudding filling, a miniature donut version of the Boston cream pie.

Ted Ngoy

This phenomenon can be attributed to Ted Ngoy and Ning Yen, refugees of the Cambodian genocide who transformed the local doughnut shop industry.
Ted Ngoy (born Bun Tek Ngoy) is a Cambodian American entrepreneur and former owner of a chain of doughnut shops in California.

Confectionery

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A doughnut (American and British English) or donut (American English) (both: or ; see etymology section) is a type of fried dough confection or dessert food.
Major categories include cakes, sweet pastries, doughnuts, scones, and cookies.

Krispy Kreme

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Along with these Indian variants, typical varieties of doughnuts are also available from U.S. chains such as Krispy Kreme and Dunkin' Donuts retail outlets, as well as local brands such as Mad Over Donuts and the Donut Baker.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. is an American doughnut company and coffeehouse chain founded in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Sfenj

In Morocco, Sfenj is a similar pastry eaten sprinkled with sugar or soaked in honey.
Sfenj (from the Arabic word السفنج, meaning sponge) is a Maghrebi doughnut: a light, spongy ring of dough fried in oil.

Vada (food)

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A savory, fried, ring-shaped snack called a vada is often referred to as the Indian doughnut.
Different types of vadas can be described variously as fritters, cutlets, doughnuts, or dumplings.

Mister Donut

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Mister Donut is one of the most popular doughnut chains in Japan.
The primary offerings include doughnuts, coffee, muffins and pastries.

Coffee and doughnuts

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Doughnuts are often accompanied by coffee purchased at doughnut shops or fast food restaurants, but can also be paired with milk.
Doughnuts are sweet, deep fried desserts.

Bakery

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The doughnut is popular in many countries and prepared in various forms as a sweet snack that can be homemade or purchased in bakeries, supermarkets, food stalls, and franchised specialty vendors.
Doughnuts

Beignet

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Another is the beignet, a square-shaped doughnut covered with powdered sugar, commonly associated with New Orleans.
Donuts (doughnuts) in Quebec and elsewhere in Canada are referred to as both Beigne and Beignet in French.

Binangkal

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Native doughnut recipes include the shakoy, kumukunsi, and binangkal.
Binangkal is a type of doughnut from the islands of Visayas and Mindanao in the Philippines.

Sel roti

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Sel roti is a Nepali homemade, ring-shaped, rice doughnut prepared during Tihar, the widely celebrated Hindu festival in Nepal.
Sel roti is a traditional homemade, sweet, ring-shaped rice bread/doughnut originating from the Indian subcontinent.

An-doughnut

In Japan, an-doughnut (あんドーナッツ, "bean paste doughnut") is widely available at bakeries.
An-doughnut (あんドーナツ, an-dōnatsu) is a Japanese doughnut filled with red bean paste.

National Doughnut Day

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National Doughnut Day, also known as National Donut Day, celebrated in the United States of America, is on the first Friday of June each year, succeeding the Doughnut Day event created by The Salvation Army in 1938 to honor those of their members who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I.
The holiday celebrates the doughnut.

Sata andagi

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Native to Okinawa is a spheroid pastry similar to doughnuts called sata andagi.
Sata andagi are sweet deep fried buns of dough similar to doughnuts (or the Portuguese malasada, or the Dutch oliebollen), native to the Japanese prefecture of Okinawa.

Bamiyeh

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The Persian zoolbia and bamiyeh are fritters of various shapes and sizes coated in a sugar syrup.
Bāmiyeh, (Ballıbadı), Tulumba (Tulumba), or Tulumba (Armenian: թոիլւիմբա) is a traditional Iranian, Turkish, Armenian, and Iraqi Sweet, similar to a doughnut.