Purim Hamantashen

Purim Hamantashen


4 eggs
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup oil
1 Tbsp lemon juice and lemon rind from half a lemon
1 teaspoon vanilla
5 cups sifted flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 egg to brush
jelly for the filling

Pre-heat oven to 350. Beat eggs and sugar. Add the next five ingredients and mix well. Divide the dough into four parts. Stretch it on a floured surface about1/2 cm thick and cut out circles with a cup. Fill each one following the illustrations on the bottom and put them in a greased pan. Brush with beaten egg. Bake for 20 minutes.
 
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Anonymous pomona ny March 6, 2017

none Amazing which factory is this? Reply

Brandon Nevada November 16, 2016

Very Good Has very nice taste, Makes me want to eat 47 more, i want to meet the person that made this recipe Reply

Donald November 16, 2016

Great Recipe Loved it can't wait for more Krispy Kreme Reply

Ben Muncie, IN March 24, 2016

Delicious recipe It was hard, but it was great! Happy Purim! Reply

Anonymous Nj March 20, 2016

Yum!!!!!! Reply

Pearl N. J. March 15, 2014

YUMMM My favorites are poppy seed and prune. Can't beat the oldies but goodies. Reply

shimmy levy london March 6, 2014

DELISH i mean that i tried making them and it was a success and i do not know which boy is into cooking as much as i am but they were amazing Reply

Deby Orange March 6, 2014

Or dust lightly with powdered sugar! Reply

dina ny March 3, 2014

hamantash yum Reply

Jodi Arizona February 14, 2014

Missing ingredient My recipe is the same, but also calls for 1/2 cup salted butter (2 sticks). My Hamantashen is perfect every year, even with 5 cups of flour. Reply

:) February 22, 2013

....?? whyd mine come out so dry?? i doubled the recipe in one batter but..... ?? Reply

carol goldberg skokie February 20, 2013

How many with this recipe How many does this make? Reply

Anonymous ky, u.s January 2, 2012

ohhh, hey this is good Reply

Rinnah aliza farley pineville, nc via kids.tzivoshashem.org June 14, 2011

Mmmmm Mmmmm this recipe sounds yummy i think i might try it. Reply

Fran Kingston, NY March 18, 2011

Hamentashen I believe ther is an error in the amount of flour listed in your recipe for Hamentashen.
I alwas bake however, have't made Hamentashen in a long time. Used your recipe, just cut ingredients in halves. Only put in one and a half cups flour, the dough was so hard I threw it out. I'm sure one cup of flour would have been enough for half the ingredients. More than likely this will be the same if the full recipe is used. 5 cups of flour with such little liquid sounded a lot to me as did the amount when ingredients were halved.
Our 5 year Great grandson was coming over and I wanted to give him some to take home. I was very disappointed. Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org March 2, 2011

Jelly You can get the jelly in any supermarket or grocery store. Reply

Michaelah Thornhill, Ontario February 27, 2011

Where do you get the jelly? The recipe looks yummy!!! Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org January 23, 2011

Dough Yes you can freeze the dough, but if you're preparing it only the night before it's enough to refrigerate it. Enjoy. Reply

Jenny Los angeles, California January 22, 2011

Hamantashan dough Can I freeze the dough?
I'm a teacher and I want to prepare the dough a night before? Reply

emma skitt leeds, united states November 22, 2010

yukky i hate it Reply