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Serbian dougnuts or krofne are eaten year-round but especially before the Great Lent begins. Orthodox Christians observe Cheesefare Sunday (the last day dairy products can be eaten) two days prior to Shrove Tuesday, so krofne, palacinke and other fried and rich foods would be eaten then. Some recipes call for mashed potatoes in the dough, but not this one. Compare this recipe with Lithuanian spurgos, Polish paczki and Croatian fritule. By the way, do you still scald milk? Makes about 3 dozen Serbian Doughnuts - Krofne
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