After having used the etrog for a mitzva on Sukkot we try to figure out what to do with our esrogim after Sukkot.This cakes tastes delightful with a hint of etrog to help us savor the taste of Sukkot a little longer.
Recipe updated August 2022
Grate the esrog peel and juice lemon and lime and whatever juice you can squeeze from the esrog (strain to remove membranes and seeds). Reserve one tablespoon juice and etrog peel for the glaze.
Beat eggs, sugar, and vanilla sugar until light and lemon in color, about 10 minutes.
Gradually incorporate flour mixture into the eggs, gently mixing after each addition. Add the oil, again gently mixing. Do not overbeat.
Blend together glaze ingredients, the reserved citrus mixture, and etrog peel.