The Big Felafel



Beautiful Sufganiyot

We may not have Dunkin Donuts here in Israel, so Chanukah time and Roladin bakery’s sufganiyot (Israeli version of donuts)  are the closest we can get. Most sufganiyot could be confused with a roll – a big round piece of cakey bread, with a dot of filling which could fall off if you’re not careful. However,  I think there are a few bakeries that really put in the extra effort (read: filling)

  • Cafe Ne’eman – King George St. I recommend the white chocolate
  • Marzipan Bakery – Mahane Yehuda Market & Rahel Imenu St., Jerusalem
  • Roladin – Mamilla Mall [featured below]

Is it wrong to frame this picture and hang it over my couch? I think it’s beautiful.  I recommend the chocolate chocolate flavor. Pure heaven.  I think I’m gonna have to keep going back until I’ve tried every flavor.

sufganiyot-donuts_in_israel

Flavors include macchiato, halva, pistachio, vodka melon, banana, with all sorts of goodies sprinkled and added on top. For more sufganiya goodness, read Haaretz’s writeup.

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  1. * David Corman says:

    Beautiful donuts. They remind me of Krispy Kreme. Can’t wait for Chanukkah!

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 3 months ago
  2. * Deena says:

    Rebecca, why does it seem that Miriam, Tzion and I are the only ones in the city who didn’t enjoy Roladin? Well, I’m glad I had a part in your Roladin experience and that you enjoyed them despite my disclaimer. 🙂

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 3 months ago
    • * Rebecca says:

      Deena, It’s because you guys are the only ones who prefer the jelly to the chocolate.

      | Reply Posted 7 years, 3 months ago
  3. * Deena says:

    Oh, how weird of us. 🙂

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 3 months ago


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