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Great recipe! Glad I tried it even though it wasn't well-reviewed. I used 1 cup of sugar instead of 1.25 cups and found it was still very sweet. The texture was exactly perfect. Thank you, I will be making my second batch this morning!

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cime1900 February 25, 2013

Very easy dough to work and pinched together better than other recipes I've tried. I used 375 oven, and that helped them from running for me. I do have to say, for flavor, I like hamantashen that use butter, rather than oil.

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Soozaler February 23, 2013

Great recipe. It made enough cookies to fill several Purim baskets, plus enough for us to eat at home (and eat we did!). I like that it was a cookie, not cake, texture, and was a very easy dough to work with. Thanks again!

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SarahGB March 31, 2012

Just what I was looking for! My family prefers the cookie-type hamantashen over the cake-y ones. These are great - they bake up golden and even a little crisp. For fillings I used poppyseed, strawberry jam and peanut butter with chocolate chips (weird but a family tradition!). And the recipe makes a ton, enough for home and mishloach manos. I'll be making these again next year!

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WriterNat March 17, 2008
Cookie Dough Hamantashen (parve)