Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Kimchi croquette at Dunkin Donuts.
Have you ever heard of donut? Let me introduce you about that. It is kind of Korean traditional snack. And now there’s a kimchi one at Dunkin Donuts in Korea.
Actually, it’ a croquette, and it was unveiled a couple weeks ago, but nobody else seems to be on the case. Dunkin Donuts released eight new donuts and donut-related products from five different countries as part of a “Health Donut” (건강도넛) promotion. The Kimchi croquette sells for 1,300 won.
The other offerings are a lentil bean curry croquette and lentil cocoa donut from India, a yogurt-filled donut from Greece, a black-beaned “old fashioned” donut and a brown-soy-filled donut from Japan, and an oive chewsty and an olive garlic roll from Spain.
Still no movement on the apple cinnamon front, my favorite filling.