Parené Buchty refer to "steamed buns" - a Slovakian sweet bread which is stuffed of filled with jam, like strawberry jam, plum jam or any jam depending on what the baker desires. Parené Buchty is made from flour, eggs, butter, etc. Parené Buchty may be serve with melted butter and chocolate, or other type of sauce , dressing, etc. according to taste. Parené Buchty is like the Filipino Butchi, and even their names sound similar, however Filipino Butchi is fried and not steamed. I will try cooking Parené Buchty on of these days.

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