What's the difference between paczki and doughnuts? Chicago Polish bakery explains

What's the difference between paczki and doughnuts? Chicago Polish bakery explains

It may look like a traditional American doughnut, but the differences between the popular American treat and the Polish pastries called Paczkis -- pronounced "puhnch-kee -- are "huge," Dobra Bielinski of Delightful Pastries in Portage Park told NBC Chicago, as dozens of customers lined up outside her bakery early Tuesday for Paczki Day. "A doughnut has water, salt, sugar, yeast. Paczek has eggs, yolks, lemon oil, milk, butter, and lots of eggs," Bielnski said. "You can see the difference." Bielinski …