So last night we lit the menorah, more precisely 3 of them, ate latkes and of course we ate sufganiyot. Because Hanukkah is not Hanukkah without sufganiyot. Sufganiyot are jelly doughnuts without the hole. Traditionally they are covered in powdered sugar. Sufganiyot are particularly popular in Israel, where they are sold on stands in the streets over a month before Hanukkah begins. Lately, you can find different kinds - chocolate, caramel, vanilla and many others.
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We have a "secret" recipe for sufganiyot.Thanks Ortal for the tip! :) We make them from frozen dinner rolls - add some powder sugar and jelly - delicious!
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