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LEMON BAR HAMANTASCHEN — Gateau | GatoHaving trouble making hamantaschen for Purim? Maybe your hamantaschen are spreading or opening when they bake. Maybe the filling is leaking. I compiled this list of tips to help people who are new to baking hamantaschen. It took me several years to master the proper technique and develop some terrific dough recipes. I now have a firm understanding of what it takes to make pretty and delicious hamantaschen.
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But maybe this year…. I agree, that cream cheese dough one you have tastes incredible. Last night I made the rhubarb hamentaschen out of your cookbook. By Judy Bolton-Fasman.
The only things I tweaked were adding a half-teaspoon of salt and an extra tablespoon of flour to the dough. Whisk together the sugar, lemon juice, and a poppy seed filling made from freshly ground poppy seeds! Instead of a cookie dough, but I really love this recipe. We had our day a few weeks early this year as we will be traveling during Purim.
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I have been tagged by Cathy at one of my favorite new to me food blogs, Not Eating Out In New York, to tell you five things you might already not know about me. I find her site—and those pickles! My parents have two of my oil paintings in their living room. I painted them while taking a class on the Greek island of Corfu one summer between college semesters. I barely touch paints anymore, but when I occasionally run into one of my old boxes of art gear under the bed and get that whiff of turpentine, I kind of long for it. Later, I got more into ceramic sculpture, and this I miss all the time.
Then I baked them. Hamwntaschen usually just make poppy seed but this year I added Nutella. I froze my first batch because I needed them for my Purim party and when I went into my freezer a day later, almost all of them were gone. I pulled the idea out of what I thought was thin air: tiny, intensely spiced turkey meatballs with a crisp edge. Fold edges up in three places to form a triangular cookie and gently pinch seams together to form corners.
Hamantaschen are triangular cookies traditionally eaten during the Jewish festival of Purim think: Jewish Mardi Gras that falls next week. One might overcome this leakiness by folding the corners in a overlapped manner rather than the vertical pinch-style I use , but but but Pedant Alert! Do you see those corners? Or, I was until this week. The recipe below is a good standard hamantaschen dough that can even be made dairy-free should you use olive or another oil instead of butter. Basically, we all win.
The point of all this. I especially appreciate the photos. Taste of France. But because of this post I finally made some and these were wonderful.