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Learn How to Make Krafne – Doughnuts Croatian Style

KrafneJam, custard, chocolate? Everyone has a favourite…

Krafna, doughnuts Croatian style, are a favourite, and also a tradition to be eaten in February during carnival time when the smells of fresh krafne fill towns.

So what do you need and how do you whip up a batch? You will need yeast, sugar, milk, flour, eggs, butter, lemon juice, rum, vanilla sugar, lemon or orange peel, icing sugar and of course the filling of your choice.

Resident Dalmatian blogger Chasing the Donkey has shared some expert tips how to master the sweet treat here in her step-by-step guide.

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