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Hamantaschen as savory hors d'oeuvres? Or perhaps as a hearty supper dish? Maybe reimagined as a saucy and cheesy personal pizza? For too long the hamantaschen has been cornered into being the expectedly sweet holiday treat. When culinarily considering the iconic Purim cookie, it's clear that its most important characteristic is its shape. Its triangular form is meant to ridicule the Purim villain Haman's hat, or even more insulting, ears. And beyond the shape, a hamantaschen is about the crust that holds or cradles a flavorful filling. Balsamic Red Onion Hamantaschen Bites are a fun and fanciful take on the Purim treat reinterpreted for grown-ups and would be delicious served along a nice glass of wine or cocktail. Thinly-sliced red onions are sautéed in balsamic vinegar and scattered with tangy goat cheese crumbles or if you prefer a more assertive flavor: blue cheese crumbles. And then it's all baked in a crispy, flaky, buttery hamantaschen dough. The salty sharp flavor of the crust, due to the parmesan, makes it unique and irresistable. The Steak and Mushroom Hamantaschen is a Jewish take on the British steak and kidney pie. The crust is chewy and adds extra flavor to the dish with olive oil and the dried herbs folded in. The dough is parve and vegan, and tastefully holds the filling for the pizza hamantaschen as well. …Because you just can't reimagine the hamantaschen as savory without including a version of pizza hamantaschen for the kids… and who are we kidding? The adults as well. You can use cubed fresh mozzarella or shredded cheese, dried basil or fresh strips; do it just the way you like your pizza. Or hamantaschen.Continue reading.
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