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    I was trying to follow a simple recipe when - surprise - I don't have the ingredients! The results are these parve beignets that were a fantastic hit!

    Recipe #274174

    The traditional Chanukah jelly donut, made without gluten. So yummy! These can be made without sugar - If you omit the sugar, add 1/4 cup of the flour mix. The flour mix is made of 3 cups white rice flour, 3 cups brown rice flour, 2 cups potato starch (not flour) and 1 cup tapioca starch.

    Recipe #201195

    Simple, easy, pretty! I usually have to add some flour to keep it from sticking to the bowl.

    Recipe #200352

    Sufganiyot are jelly donuts eaten during Chanukkah when it is customary to eat fried foods. Obviously these cupcakes aren't fried, but the upside is that these are much easier to make than donuts. The recipe comes from the Coconut and Lime blog.

    Recipe #270359

    I was chewing the fat (literally, it's Chanuka-time now and we eat a lot of fried foods on this holiday) with one of the bank managers at work, and she gave me this recipe for the doughnuts traditionally eaten on Chanuka in Yemen (or by Yemenites all over the world). I tried them out last night, and they are really good. If you are expecting an airy, light pastry, forget it! These are hearty, good for breakfast, wonderfully chewy doughnuts. Prep time includes dough rising time.

    Recipe #48369

    13 Reviews |  By Mirj

    These plain or jelly-filled doughnuts are a favorite treat in Israel and a sweet alternative to the traditional latkes. Few people say no to doughnuts and this variety fits any appetite. I generally make a double batch of dough, refrigerate it and pinch off portions as I need for fresh treats or for taking along to a Chanukah party.

    Recipe #15188

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My daughter Tehila has a wonderful friend, Adva, who is of Moroccan descent. Her mother makes these treats for the family on holidays, and shares them with our family. The last time we made these together, and had lots of fun doing it. Prep time includes time for the dough to rise.

    Recipe #28175


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