Recipe for Hamantash Filling

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    aimhabonim
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    Does anyone have a recipe for a chocolate filling for hamantashen?

    #674349

    LAer
    Member

    I’ve heard that chocolate spread works well. Never tried it, though.

    #674350

    aimhabonim
    Participant

    Where I live,chocolate spread is not available. Recipes,anyone?

    #674351

    Ingredients:

    * 3 tablespoons flour

    * 1/8 teaspoon salt

    * 3/8 cup sugar

    * 1 cup parve creamer

    * 4 egg yolks

    * 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

    Makes: 1 1/2 cups.

    Mix the flour, salt and sugar in a saucepan and blend in a little of the cream.

    Place on medium heat and stir constantly.

    Add the rest of the cream and and continue stirring until the mixture reaches the consistency of medium cream sauce.

    Stir a little of the sauce into the egg yolks, then pour egg yolks into the sauce in pan.

    Cook for a few minutes on low heat until thickened.

    Remove from heat, add vanilla and cool quickly.

    If you don’t mind milchiks, use real cream

    #674352

    LAer
    Member

    Where can’t you get chocolate spread??

    #674353

    aimhabonim
    Participant

    Dear Mod 80- how is this a recipe for a chocolate hamantash filling if there is no chocolate in the recipe?

    #674354

    Good question

    I guess it’s like the Mann

    You have to imagine the chocolate.

    #674355

    potsandpans
    Member

    I have been searching for one for a long time and finally a friend gave me one. she has not tried it nor did i have a chance to…so try at your own discretion;)

    Chocolate Filling

    1 cup semisweet chocolate chips

    1/2 cup sugar

    1 tablespoon margarine

    1 tablespoon non-dairy creamer or other milk substitute such as soy milk

    1 tea spoon vanilla extract

    1 egg

    Instructions:

    Melt chocolate with margarine and milk substitute in sauce pan over low-medium heat.

    Add sugar and vanilla. Stir until just melted.

    Stir in beaten egg. Use immediately.

    #674356

    oomis
    Participant

    What about Nutella? Anyone ever try that? For my money, Purim ain’t Purim unless the hamantashen filling is prune lekvar to which I have added finely chopped walnuts, lemon juice, and allspice. Otherwise, it is just a triangular cookie.

    #674357

    aimhabonim
    Participant

    I can’t use anything with nuts due to allergies in the family. Potsandpans,I’m a little afraid to try something untested and possibly ruin a batch of hamantashen.There must be someone out there who has a tried-and-true recipe for this…

    #674358

    Here’s a tried and true recipe from the OU weekly newsletter:

    DOUBLE CHOCOLATE FILLING (Pareve or Dairy)

    4 ounces dairy or pareve pound or chiffon cake

    3 tablespoons sugar

    3 tablespoons cocoa, sifted

    1 tablespoon butter for dairy, melted (use margarine for pareve)

    1 large egg yolk

    1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

    2 tablespoons chocolate syrup

    1 tablespoon orange juice

    1/3 cup chocolate mini chips

    1. Process cake into fine crumbs and mix in sugar and cocoa. Add butter or margarine.

    2. Beat in egg yolk and vanilla. Add chocolate syrup and juice. Fold in chocolate chips.

    3. Fill hamantaschen or other cookies, strudel or Danish.

    It is reprinted on this gourmet website:

    http://www.gourmania.com/articles/creative_giftbaskets.htm

    #674359

    aimhabonim
    Participant

    Thank you ever so much!

    #674360

    mybat
    Member

    Does anyone know how to make the poppy seed filling?

    #674361

    POPPY SEED FILLING:

    1 c. poppy seed

    1/2 c. water or milk

    1/4 c. honey

    2 tbsp. sugar

    1/8 tsp. salt

    1 tsp. fresh lemon juice

    1 lg. egg, slightly beaten

    Combine first 5 ingredients in a saucepan. Cook over moderate heat until thick, stirring constantly, about 10 minutes. Add lemon juice. Add a little of the hot mixture to the beaten egg and then stir into the remaining poppy seed mixture. Cool thoroughly before using.

    Makes sufficient filling for 2 1/2 dozen Hamantaschen.

    #674362

    Poster
    Member

    I happen to love the Reisman packaged Hamantashen, they are better than any bakery! I crave hamentashen all month but they are sooo fattening!!!!!!!!

    #674363

    mybat
    Member

    Wow! Thanx mod 80! I’m going to try to make them bli neder!!

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