The Food52 Sufganiyot Cake post reinterprets the traditional Chanukah dish. While sufganiyot (a jelly-infused snack) is most commonly seen in doughnut formation, this post enlarges the dessert by turing it into a thick, rounded slab.
While authentic shapes and styles have been done away with here, the entry promises that the treat still tastes much like a doughnut. The recipe presents a combination between Dorie Greenspan's Baking Chez Moi and Rose Levy's The Cake Bible, the former giving way to a brioche adaption and the latter to a frosty filling.
Present in this Sufganiyot Cake are raspberry preserves, 16 tablespoons of unsalted butter and fine sea salt additives. Together the ingredients give way to a puffy treat, stacked high with two delectable slices.