Thanksgivukkah Recipes

By Jewish Boston

November 13, 2013

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The following recipes have been generously shared with us by JewishBoston.com and appeared on their ThanksgivukkahBoston.com holiday site where you can find more Thanksgivukkah resources.

 
This vegetarian-friendly recipe gets its meatiness from mushrooms instead of turkey. And while most versions require an overnight staling of the bread, you can do the same thing in about 45 minutes in a warm oven. 
 
 
 
A video and recipe from JewishBoston.com with New England Soup Factory’s Marjorie Druker.
 
 
 
 
Not your average kugel, but perfect for the double holiday.
 
 
 
 
The idea of making doughnuts at home might seem intimidating. Hot oil can be dangerous, and it only takes a couple missteps to turn your doughnuts from light to leaden. But follow this recipe and you’ll have impressive and tasty sufganiyot this year. 
 
 
 
 
Pumpkin purée and classic pumpkin pie spices give these doughnuts a soft, comforting texture and taste. 
 
 
 
 
 

For more Thanksgivukkah recipe ideas, head on over to ThanksgivukkahBoston.com. And for Hanukkah recipes, visit our recipe archive.

 

For more Thanksgivukkah recipe ideas, head on over to ThanksgivukkahBoston.com. And for Hanukkah recipes, visit our recipe archive.





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