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Sufganiyot - Miami/Ft. Lauderdale

ajr524 Dec 19, 2011 12:19 PM

I am looking for the best sufganiyot. Does not have to be a kosher bakery, although wouldn't mind if they were. What makes a great sufganiyot, IMHO a good jelly to dough ratio. Sufficient jelly to get some in almost every bite.

Willing to go anywhere from Ft. Lauderdale to Miami.



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    sherry f RE: ajr524 Dec 19, 2011 05:43 PM

    I have seen ads for Sufganiyot (douhgnuts, for those not in the know) at Kosher Kingdom in Aventura and Jacob's Market in Gulfstream, Hallandale. I not sure about the quality, but there are many varieties besides jelly. Both of these places are kosher.

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      mialebven RE: ajr524 Dec 19, 2011 07:32 PM

      Sarah's Tent market at the Waterways Shoppes in Aventura have better sufganiyots than Kosher Kingdom. I would probably trust the ones from Jacob's too but I have yet to try theirs.

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        JBeatts711 RE: ajr524 Dec 20, 2011 01:27 PM

        The ones at Kosher Kingdom are my favorite. The black raspberry are the best, but the chocolate and bavarian cream are right up there too. I just saw on their facebook that they are doing a contest and giving away a dozen for free. Might be a good chance to try them out? http://facebook.com/kosherkingdom

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          mrotmd RE: ajr524 Dec 20, 2011 06:12 PM

          Just had to add my two-cents worth. Sufganiyot, like most fried foods, are best coming out of the hot oil. Just waiting long enough to prevent a burn. It does add a sense of doing to the holiday as well. Give it a try, it is worth it. Having said that, my wife just bought some in Aroma and I would lie to see more jelly inside. For years, pita pan in 44 sunrise had the bet, in my opinion. you might want to cross reference to the kosher forum

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