Yield: Yields about 30 cookies
These filled pastries, tri-cornered to mimic Haman’s hat and served during Purim celebrations, are commonly filled with prunes or poppy seeds, but apricot filling is the author’s favorite.
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I had trouble getting the dough to hold together and ended up adding milk and kneading it with a dough hook. Then the triangles came "unstuck" despite the egg wash. When I checked other Hamantaschen recipes, they all had some oil and shortening - is there a missing ingredient?Also, a 1-egg wash would be more than adequate, as would half the filling amount.The flavours were fine.hh
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