Sunday, December 13, 2009

Sufganiyot to Drool Over


Just looking at this makes me hungry.


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10 comments:

josh said...

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.

Mrs. S. said...

Yum! :-)

Happy Chanukah to you and yours!

freideleebs said...

yeah, but the ones in the picture are pareve. The chalavi ones are sooooo much better...

Baila said...

All I need is the spoonful of ribat chalav. Never mind the doughy part.

Michael H said...

Why did you post this! I'm on a diet!!!!

jonathan becker said...

thems is some purty sufganiyotses. i loves me some sufganiyotses. me want, nasty little bloggersess show but not give. i hates nasty little bloggerses.

jonathan becker said...

all hail the king donut, leading the phalanx of sufganiyot.

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

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...

Shira Salamone said...

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. :)

Avital said...

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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