A round Polish pastry, similar to a doughnut, usually containing a fruit or cream filling and topped with powdered sugar or a glaze: traditionally eaten in the U.S. on Fat Tuesday.
A round Polish pastry similar to a doughnut, usually filled with fruit and topped with sugar or icing.
Origin of paczki
- Polish pączki pl. of pączek bud, doughnut diminutive of pąk bud
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- Polish pÄ…czki, plural form of pÄ…czek.