Buchty refers to baked yeast rolls filled with jams or preserves; sweet jam-filled buns from Slovakia and Czech Republic. Buchty are to Slovakia what cookies are to America. They are delicious sweet dough brick-shaped buns. Aside from sweet jams, cottage Cheese and poppie seeds are some of the fillings used in making Buchty.

Buchty is pronounced "booktee".

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