Sweet, savory, glazed, cheesy, deep fried. Which adjective would you pick to describe sufganiyot?
All of them.
Here are some new twists on a Chanukah classic. And since the Festival of Lights has just begun, there is plenty of time to try out these recipes. Let us know what you think!
Please note the following recipes include meat, dairy and pareve dishes. In observance with Jewish dietary laws the meat and dairy dishes should not be eaten together:
Jelly Ring Donuts (Pareve) from Busy in Brooklyn
Cake Donut Bread Pudding with Vanilla Glaze (Pareve) from Kitchen Tested
Deep Fried Brownie Fritters (Dairy or Pareve) from Overtime Cook
Vegan Halva Glazed Donuts (Pareve) from May I Have That Recipe?
Savory Sufganiyot Hanukkah Doughnuts with Chopped Liver Mousse & Manischewitz Glaze (Meat) by WhatJewWannaEat
Savory Hatch Chile and Cheddar Donuts (Dairy) from Little Ferraro Kitchen
The words of this author reflect his/her own opinions and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Orthodox Union.
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