Fry it up!

Three recipes that will make the Hanukkah holiday very sweet and special.

By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
November 29, 2018 17:48
4 minute read.
CHURROS

CHURROS. (photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN)

 
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Hanukkah is here once again, and so it’s time to prepare fried treats. Below, I’ve provided three recipes that will make the holidays very sweet and special. The first is churros, the second is long sufganiot that are filled with plum jam, and the third is chebakia, a North African treat that is very easy to prepare.
Hag same’ah!

CHURROS
Churros are deep-fried treats that are popular in Argentinean, Spanish and Brazilian cuisine. There are many versions and shapes. In the version I present here, lots of sugar and cinnamon are sprinkled on top.

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