i like my hamantaschen to have some crunch but not be overly crumbly...if that helps
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never mind, i found it! i'll post the recipe for you all though, seems to be a lack of hamantaschen recipes on food52
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maybe this recipe will work for you: http://www.food52.com/recipes...
There's also this recipe, if you're interested: http://www.epicurious.com...
The NYT had an article about this recipe, and Deb from SmittenKitchen praised the results.
I love the idea of banana in the fough - yes, please post! To me, the key to great hamataschen is the ratio of poppy seed filling to dough. I've been playing with it for a long time, and find that smaller cookies work better. My recipe is here: http://cozydelicious.com...
ok, i had lots of satisfied hamantaschen-eaters at my sunday potluck this afternoon. thanks for your tips, i am happy to have found my favorite recipe though :). approved recipe added: http://www.food52.com/recipes...
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