Burger King Israel introduces doughnut burger for Hanukkah

The SufganiKing will be sold for about $4. It will be available through Jan. 1, the last day of Hanukkah, according to reports.

By JTA
December 6, 2016 21:38
The SufganiKing

The SufganiKing . (photo credit: BURGER KING/ FACEBOOK)

 
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Burger King restaurants in Israel have introduced a doughnut burger for the Hanukkah season.

The SufganiKing is a Whopper  with savory doughnuts in place of buns. Its name is a play on the Hebrew word for doughnuts, sufganiyot, which are ubiquitous on every Israeli street corner in the weeks leading up to Hanukkah.



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The burger “proves that miracles still happen,” Burger King Israel said in a Facebook post, a reference to the miracles at the heart of the holiday story.



The SufganiKing will be sold for about $4. It will be available through Jan. 1, the last day of Hanukkah, according to reports.

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