Kajszibarack is the Hungarian word for "Apricot". Apricot is also called Sárgabarack in the country. Apricots are mostly used to make jam, Palinka (fruit brandy) and cakes, such as Barackos Lepeny (Apricot cake) and Barackos Gombóc (Dumpling filled with apricots) Kajszibarack have several varieties in Hungary which include: Gönci Magyar Kajszi, Kécskei Rózsa, Korai Piros and Rakovszky Kajszi.

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