From Bon Appetit
This recipe is featured in Jvillage Network's Hanukkah Guide. For more articles, recipes, crafts, and ideas, visit here.
For Hanukkah, Michael Solomonov, chef at Zahav in Philadelphia, PA, makes these doughnuts. "One year my staff and I realized that with tweaking, our challah dough has all the characteristics of really good doughnut batter. Now this version inevitably makes an appearance on our Hanukkah menu at Zahav. When we fill them with fresh quince paste, it’s the classiest jelly doughnut." If your jam is too thick, a few pulses in a food processor will loosen it up—no need to add water.