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Prep Time:
  20-25 minutes
  15 (Hamantaschen)
Difficulty Level:
  Fleishig (Meat)
  Kid Favorites
  Side Dish
Health Conscious:
  not specified
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Cooking Method:
  Yom Tov
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  Family First

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This recipe is not only delicious, if is the perfect side dish for Purim. It is shaped like a hamantaschen and I try to make it every year for the seudah. There are never any left. Serve with a dipping sauce. Can be served as a side dish or as an appetizer.

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Comments / Reviews
what size circles to cut from the malawah? can one use regular puff pastry instead?
judyrebacz, 2011-02-22
I never tried it with puff pastry but I think it could work. I use the top of a glass to cut the circles.
yaelw, 2011-02-22
when you pinch the ends, you create a bottom and three sides so how to you fry? (unless you mean pinch ends and flatten?)
pippa, 2012-02-19
how long do u leave to defrost before cutting into circles? is the dough very sticky to work with?
pippa, 2012-02-26
I am not sure exactly how long the dough needs to defrost. The dough should not be sticky. If you find it too sticky then put it back in the refrigerator for a little bit.
yaelw, 2012-02-27
What did you use, if anything, to keep it from opening when you fried them?
bubbysoo, 2014-03-16
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