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There's a donut in there!The bar has definitely been raised this year. Soufganiot have progressed from the 'original' jelly filled flour ball, through a regression to the mass-produced flour balls with 2 ounces of jelly, to the ones with ribat halav, to the donut like ones that are much more widely available this year.Can beat the donut though.
Yum! :-)Happy Chanukah to you and yours!
yeah, but the ones in the picture are pareve. The chalavi ones are sooooo much better...
All I need is the spoonful of ribat chalav. Never mind the doughy part.
Why did you post this! I'm on a diet!!!!
thems is some purty sufganiyotses. i loves me some sufganiyotses. me want, nasty little bloggersess show but not give. i hates nasty little bloggerses.
all hail the king donut, leading the phalanx of sufganiyot.
Jonathan: I'd prefer donuts any day.Suganiyot have way too much oil and calories. You're just as "yotzeh" with donuts as with sufganiyot...
This New York City gal thinks the local (kosher dairy [but not Chalav Yisrael]) Entenmann's chocolate-covered donuts are way better than sufganiyot that are made with a ton of dough and a couple teaspoonsful of jelly in the middle. I'm happy to be "yotzet" with an Entenmann's donut. :)
Wow -- nice sufganiyot! Nice photo, too. I photographed sufganiyot at a Hanukkah party at work yesterday but they're not nearly as fancy.
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