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"WOW! This recipe is a keeper. They made perfect burger buns and with the leftover dough I had I made a cute little loaf of bread. I'm gonna try it for hot dogs, and white sandwich bread and... and... and... all sorts of tasty stuff! YAY!"
"Like so make other reviewers of this recipe I did not fully read the instructions, and took a hardy leap into the mix before looking. Once I did realize these were not going to look anything like the photo (As I don't have a doughnut pan, and I don't think most people do either) I had to make last second decision on what to do with thes..."
"*Edit* I have no idea what I did wrong last time. This batch was light and fluffy, just like your standard jelly doughnut. Still an awesome recipe! *End edit*
I have never had sufganiyot before, apparently. The Jelly doughnuts we have here in California are lighter, sweeter and usually heavily glazed. With these, the dough was almos..."
"They refused to hold together :( I had to add another cup of dry ingredients, another egg white, baking powder for rise, and extra vanilla to go with it... turned out great after the extra stuff, but alone they were flat and crispy :("
"We used to make these as kids, but we made "doughnut holes" by cutting ours into 1/4's, and tossing them in cinnamon and sugar. Yummy in my tummy!"
"The recipe is very tasty, but didn't make nearly enough batter to cover anywhere near 24 dogs. I realized right around 12 dogs that the batter in my glass was no longer deep enough to coat a dog; and this was a problem, as I already had another 12 dogs on sticks, floured, and ready to dip.
I had used the last of my cor..."