Hannukah

Hannukah

RICOTTA FRITTERS

In the Middle Ages, just as pancakes were reemerging as a daily food across Europe after a hiatus of several hundred years, the custom to

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CHURROS

These treats that many Americans tend to associate with state fairs and amusement parks actually have a contested history (Don’t you love it when the

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SALTED CARAMEL DOUGHNUTS

We lived in Israel from 1998 to 2014, during that time we saw the exponential growth of the doughnut culture, initially, it all started with

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CHOCOLATE HALVA DOUGHNUTS

2 teaspoons active dry yeast 1½ tablespoons lukewarm water 125ml (½ cup) lukewarm milk (or milk alternative) 2 tablespoons caster sugar 50g (3 ½ tablespoons)

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DOUGH KNOTS

On Hanukkah Jewish cooks in Germany and Holland used the yeasted Kuchen (cake) dough to make fried Hanukkah treats. They would break off small portions

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TULUMBAS

235ml (1 cup) water 115g (½ cup) unsalted butter or non-hydrogenated margarine 1 tablespoon sugar ½ teaspoon salt 125g (1 cup) plain flour 3-4 eggs

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Zalabia

This ancient middle eastern fritter, that is a Chanukah treat in my home, goes under many different names and guises, but the principle is always

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Fricassé

What can be better than bread? Fried bread, this Tunisian bread is actually doughnut. Like most doughnuts it had very little sugar in the dough,

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