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Plural: bugnes (lyonnaises)
Description: A large deep-fried, sweet pastry fritter made with rum and orange flower water formed by twisting strips of pastry into a knot. It is usually dusted with icing sugar. Bugnes are popular in Lyonnais and Bourgogne around Easter, especially Shrove Tuesday and are often flavoured with acacia flowers.
Pronounced: boon-YUH lee-yoh-nez
Most frequent country: France
Most frequent region: Burgundy, Lyonnais in Rhône-Alpes
See places: French food and cuisine, Burgundy, Lyonnais
See foods and dishes: beugnon