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HANUKKAH V.S CHRISTMAS
Transcript of HANUKKAH V.S CHRISTMAS
1. Both have more than 1 symbol to represent the holiday.
3. Both involve giving gifts to friends and family.
These two holidays are very different from each other and have a different reason why they are celebrated. Therefore as to my knowledge I don't know any more similarities, but yes Kwanzaa and Hanukkah have many similarities but Kwanzaa is celebrated in January.
1. Christmas is originally celebrated by Christian people and Hanukkah is originally celebrated by Jewish people .
2. The Christmas day is only 1 day long but Hanukkah is more than 1, 8 days long.
3. Hanukkah involves using candles and oil in their holiday but Christmas involves nothing with candles and oil except for sitting by a fire and hanging stockings on a fireplace, there basically no religious thing to do with fire.
2. Both are celebrated in December and involve a little culture and/or religion and festive with some kind of lights.
4. The 2 holidays are celebrated for a reason in common with god and religion.
5. Christmas and Hanukkah both have a meaning. For example: Hanukkah means dedication. Christmas comes from the word Christ...
4. At Christmas most children have a belief in Santa Claus and someone who gives gifts to all kids and more fantasies like being on the naughty list and nice list, in Hanukkah there is nothing similar as believing in someone/something who completes wishes and is basically is a fantasy and may or may not have existed.
5. When elebrating Christmas children like to dress up, but in a Hanukkah children wear there riligious outfits or cultural outfits.
Kids dressed up as Rudolf the reindeer.
HOW TO MAKE A TRADITIONAL HANUKKAH JELLY DONUT:
- 1 package of dry yeast
- 3 tbsp. of sugar
- 1/4 cup of water
- 1/2 cup lukewarm milk
- 3 1/2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
- 1 large egg
- 1 large egg yolk (in addition to the whole
- Pinch of salt
- Grated zest of 1 lemon
- 3 1/2 tablespoons butter, at room
- Vegetable oil for deep-frying
- 1 cup of apricot jam (you can substitute - -strawberry or any flavorful jam, Nutella, or lemon curd and e.t.c)
- Confectioner’s or granulated sugar for rolling
1. Dissolve 1 tablespoon yeast and 1 tablespoon of the sugar in the water, then add the milk and pour into a large bowl.
2. Add the whole egg and the yolk, salt, lemon zest, flour, the remaining 2 tablespoons sugar, and the butter. Mix together with your hands, then knead dough on a pastry board until it becomes sticky.
3. Cover the dough in a bowl, and let it rise in a warm place for at least an hour. If want to prepare it ahead, place the dough in the refrigerator overnight, then let it warm to room temperature before rolling and cutting.
4. Dust a pastry board with flour. Roll the dough out to a 1/2-inch thickness. Using the top of a glass, cut into rounds about 2 inches in diameter, and let rise 30 minutes more.
5. Pour at least 2 inches of oil into a heavy pot and heat until it is about to bubble (or do as I often do in an electric wok at 375 degrees).
6. Drop the doughnuts into the oil, 4 or 5 at a time. Cook about 3 minutes on each side, turning when brown. Drain on paper towels. Using a pastry or cupcake injector (available at cooking stores and online), insert a teaspoon of jam into each doughnut. Roll the jelly donuts in confectioner’s or granulated sugar and serve immediately.
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