For my inner Jewish soul. I sent these out for Christmas and they were a huge hit. #baking Recipe Boxes, Rugelach Recipe, Christmas Recipe, Christmas Cookies, Cream Cheese, Food, Baking Recipe, Cookies Exchange, Yom Kippur
|1 cup||Golden raisins, loosely packed|
|1 cup||Apricot preserves or raspberry jam|
Baking & Spices
|2 cups||All-purpose flour|
Nuts & Seeds
|1/4 lb||1 1/4 cups walnuts|
|2 sticks||Butter, unsalted|
|8 oz||Cream cheese|
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Rugelach_ from Sarabeth’s Bakery: From My Hands to Yours by Sarabeth Levine_ Rugelach_From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia_Rugelach (pron.: /ˈruːɡələx/; Yiddish: רוגעלך), other spellings: rugelakh, rugulach, rugalach, ruggalach, rogelach (all plural), rugalah, rugala (singular), is a Jewish pastry of Ashkenazic origin. A more probable origin is that of its Eastern European (Romanian) traditional pastry counterpart called Cornulete.
How to Make Classic Rugelach Cookies — INTERESTING Jerusalem What it is: A bite-size morsel of sweet dough rolled around layers of chocolate, fruit filling or nuts, then brushed with an egg white glaze and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. Where to get it: Café Marzipan is located in the bustling Machne Yehuda market, where locals go to stock up on essentials: fresh vegetables, spices, and fresh-out-of-the-oven rugelach. (44 Agripas Street, Jerusalem; 972-55-664-6684).
Rugelach | Good baking tip from Allrecipes community member Tina: "Excellent recipe but don't skip the chilling before baking. I forgot with the first tray and they spread too much. I realized my mistake before I put the second one in. Also, much easier to bake them on parchment paper. Easier clean up."