Sufganiot - Israeli Hanukkah Doughnuts
Hanukkah Sufganiot - Jelly Doughnuts (Parve)
Sufganiot are deep-fried jelly doughnuts that are traditionally eaten during the Jewish festival of Hanukkah. Sufganiot are especially popular in Israel. The oil used to fry the doughnuts are reminiscent of the oil that miraculously burned, according to the Hanukkah story, in the ancient Temple in Jerusalem.
Jamie Geller's Sufganiot (Dairy)
Jamie Geller, author of Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing, contributed this sufganiot jelly doughnut recipe for Hanukkah. Geller made these with her whole family one night during Hanukkah. Everyone was given a part - from deep-fry duty to powdering to quality control tasting. It was a delicious and fun mess!
About Busy Cooks: Jelly Doughnuts for Hanukkah
About.com's Guide to Busy Cooks can turn even the most difficult recipes into quick and easy recipes. Since children love eating these doughnuts for Hanukkah, even busy cooks may want to give them a try!
About Greek Food: Basic Loukoumathes
About.com's Guide to Greek Food, Nancy Gaifyllia, writes that this recipe for Basic Loukoumathes (Honey Puffs) uses milk and a hefty helping of baking powder to create these light fried balls of dough that are drizzled with honey and sprinkled with nuts. These are loved by all Greeks and are a traditional Greek Jewish sweet at Hanukkah.
About Greek Food: Loukoumathes with Yogurt
About.com's Guide to Greek Food, Nancy Gaifyllia, writes that this recipe for Loukoumathes with Yogurt are loved by all Greeks and are a traditional Greek Jewish sweet at Hanukkah.
About Greek Food: Orange Loukoumathes in Syrup
About.com's Guide to Greek Food, Nancy Gaifyllia, writes that this recipe for Orange Loukoumathes in Syrup are a favorite Hanukkah treat in Greece.
Step-by-Step Photo Guide to Loukoumathes
About.com's Guide to Greek Food, Nancy Gaifyllia, demonstrates how to make Loukoumathes (Honey Puffs) via this Step-by-Step Photo Guide. Loukoumathes are loved by all Greeks and are a traditional Greek Jewish sweet at Hanukkah.
About Home Cooking: Hanukkah Soofganiot Doughnuts
This recipe for Hanukkah doughnuts comes from Faye Levy's International Jewish Cookbook.
FoodFit.com Low Fat Baked Sufganiot
This is a low fat version of a traditional Hanukkah treat - deep-fried doughnuts (Sufganiot in Hebrew). These doughnuts are baked rather than fried.