Purim is just around the corner and is celebrated from the evening of the 13th of Adar and in the daytime of the 14th. This corresponds to the evening of Wednesday, March 7th, 2012, and ends in the evening of Thursday, March 8th, 2012.
Since we all do baking to make mishloach manot plates and for the Purim seuda, I thought it would be fun to collect everyone’s special hamantashen or as it is known in Israel Oznei Haman recipes.
Israel is a melting pot with people from all over the world. We each have our own traditional recipes. Let me know what you call hamantashen, and if you don’t bake hamantashen but have another traditional Purim recipe, by all means please share.
Please e-mail me or use the comment box, your special recipe by next Monday, February 27th and I will imy”H post all the recipes by March 29th.
Waiting to hear from you. Please share this posting so that we can get as many recipes as possible.
Chag Purim Sameach!