Apparently based on some grandmother’s recipe, these sufganiyot are like perfectly round, soft and fluffy pillows.
Israel has sufganiyot — and Holland has “oil bulbs.”
There’s much more to Hanukkah than latkes and donuts.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Burger King restaurants in Israel have introduced a donut burger for the Hanukkah season. The SufganiKing is a Whopper hamburger with savory donuts in place of buns. Its name is a play on the Hebrew word for donuts, sufganiyot, which are ubiquitous on every Israeli street corner in the weeks leading up…
For National Doughnut Day, we offer up a DIY guide to making your own. Why not give the recipe a whirl?
Food editor Liza Schoenfein makes a startling culinary admission: She doesn’t fry. Luckily, she finds, Breads Bakery makes delicious doughnuts so she doesn’t have to.
On Hanukkah, chocolate isn’t just for gelt. After tasting these warm, chocolate-filled sufganiyot, you won’t want to return to the old jelly-filled ones.
When an Israeli friend emailed Gayle Squires his recipe for sufganiyot, she decided to try her hand at something she’d never done before: She fried.
After making jelly doughnuts for the first time, Gayle L. Squires decided to share her new-found knowledge.
Sufgan-what? Hadas Margulies had her heart set on creating the ultimate gluten-free and vegan sufganiyot, but wound up with a delicious Hanukkah hybrid instead.