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Submitted:
  2012-02-26
Prep Time:
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Yield:
  45 (hamantaschen)
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Meal:
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  Lunch
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Course:
  Bars and Cookies
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Cuisine:
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Cooking Method:
  Bake
Occasion:
  Purim
Main Ingredients:
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Source:
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Bracha:
  Mezonos

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Zebra Hamanataschen
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Hamantaschen are not just cookies or pastries; and although they are delicious unto themselves, most of us don’t really make them at any time of year other than Purim. And that's good – it is what keeps this cookie with its tri-cornered shape special. This year, however, I realized that there is room for some creativity while still keeping the traditional shape. So I’ve concocted a new kind of hamantasch for your enjoyment. A “nahafochu” hamantasch, an eye-catching hamantsch…
 
Ingredients
4 eggs
1 cup canola oil
1 & 1/4 cups sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
3 teaspoons baking powder
a very tiny pinch of salt
5 cups flour (plus a bit more for later use)
1/3 cup cocoa
colored sprinkles, chocolate chips, licorice, whatever decorations you fancy
prune or date or chocolate spread, or jelly, or whatever fillings you fancy

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Helpful Hints
My kids had a good time dreaming up fun fillings and colorful toppings. (Note: DON’T try small chocolate lentils inside your hamantaschen as they will melt and disappear.) If you like candies such as cut up licorice pieces or chocolate lentils, put some jam inside the hamantaschen when you bake them. After they are baked and you are just about ready to serve them, stick some of those candy pieces into the jam center; they will stick on that way and be nice and colorful to the eye…
 
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