New recipes appeal to me, and I love to try new foods. However, when Shabbat or Yom Tov comes along, my first priority is the traditional foods that my grandmothers, z”l, used to prepare. With Purim looming, my thoughts have turned to hamantashen and nunt.
Everyone knows what hamantashen are.
You may be like me. I had seen this recipe many times and never really thought about making it. One day the idea of a five-ingredient cookie sounded intriguing. We now love these and keep them as a healthy staple in our home at all times.
Give it a try and let me know what you think.
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