Traditional hamantaschen may be filled with jam, but these meat-filled Purim treats are a sweet, sweet treat as well.
As one blog comment read, “Everyone wants real food, but we want to stick to tradition, too, so this is absolutely perfect.”
According to recipe developer Alex Idov (aka The Kosherologist), these pockets of meat and mashed potato freeze beautifully.
So get started on a batch now for one less thing to worry about leading up to your simchat Purim meal!
Well hot dog! Kid-friendly and adult-amusing, Chanie Apfelbaum of Busy in Brooklyn has this treat.
Looking for a seriously delicious, impressive cooking side dish for your Purim feast? Look no further than these savory pies, by Miriam Pascal of Overtime Cook.
Rachel Harkham published three savory hamantaschen recipes on Kveller.com and we singled out the steak.
Please note the weblink features a collection of meat, dairy and pareve hamantaschen and in observance with Jewish dietary laws the meat and dairy hamantaschen should not be eaten together.
Additionally, this recipes calls for parsley as optional. Parsley requires careful checking for infestation. Please consult the OU Kosher Guide to Checking Produce and More.
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