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1 hrs 15 mins
A classic Jewish pastry, traditionally served on the holiday of Purim. The word means "Haman's Ears" but they're supposed to represent Haman's tricornered hat. They are traditionally filled with mohn (poppy seed and honey), lekvar (prune butter), apricot jam or raspberry jam. Mohn can be purchased in cans in grocery stores, usually near the marzipan and pie fillings in the baking aisle. You can also use Honey Walnut Filling for Hamantashen or Prune Filling for Hamentashen,
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Serving Size: 1 (72 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8