Halvatashen, tahinitashen – both sounded so good, you decide how it should go down.
I’m pretty sure you aren't surprised to see this recipe happening right now. I mean, maybe if it had miso in it, it would be more on point but guys, bear with me, I’m going through a tahini phase right now and I’m really not sure when it is going to end. Truth is, if recipes like this keep happening, I’m not sure I want it to anyway.
So, https://www.instagram.com/sarahbokchin/ @sarahbokchin posted this supposedly amazing recipe on a Facebook group I’m on and since my luck with hamantaschen is like zero I decided to try out her foolproof recipe (with adjustments obviously). Guys, it worked. What came out of the oven were fluffy, golden hamantashen that stayed closed and tasted perfect aka not like sawdust where the dough is just a part you have to get through to taste the filling. I’m not selling a miracle here, just making your lives a little easier.
Sweet rice flour is used here to create a similar texture to halva. You can use plain rice flour if you cannot find sweet rice flour.
Happy Purim Y’all!