What have we done to deserve this?
Just before Hanukkah each year, doughnut collections are released in Israel as if they were haute couture Parisienne fashion. The humble Israeli jelly-filled doughnut dusted with powdered sugar has evolved over the last decade or two into doughnuts with show-stopping glazes, decorations, and gimmicks — and palate-tantalizing flavors.
Get your Hanukkah party started by watching this Yiddish video.
Sufganiyot, which are traditionally filled with custard or jam, are taken to new heights with a ‘medicated’ caramel-Nutella filling.
Making the best fried Hanukkah foods like latkes and doughnuts require the right oil for the job.
From choosing the right pan and the best oil for the job to keeping greasiness at bay, these tips ensure deep-frying success.
Whether you’re gluten sensitive or not, these doughnuts are sure to delight.
When an award-winning Israeli-American chef decides to have some fun with doughnuts and fried chicken, we want to play, too.
Community | Whether you like your potato pancakes sweet or savory, these mouthwatering recipes will transform your Hanukkah experience.