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TwD Rugelach…

When I discovered this week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe I was a little baffled and thought, “what the hell is rugelach?” After pondering this dessert for about 2 seconds I decided to bust out Dorie’s book, Baking: from My Home to Yours so I could enlighten myself. I immediately thought of the nut horns that I used to munch on as a child during the holidays. After skimming the ingredients, I was pleased to find out that I did not have to make my ceremonial grocery store run prior to my Sunday bake fest. I did not have any apricot preserves, so I used the raspberry that I had on hand from a previous recipe. I also added pecans, dried cranberries, and grated chocolate. Although I was not a huge fan of these, I thought they were fun to make and it was great to broaden my horizons to try something new. The boyfriend proclaimed them to be “bland” and not my best work! Eh to each their own, I am sure some TwD bloggers found these to be delicious! For this recipe head over to Piggy’s Cooking Journal, you can also check out more rugelach by visiting the TwD blogroll!

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sweeetheartfever

Tuesday 25th of November 2008

i have been looking for a good version of this recipe for just about forever. i cannot wait to make these!!

thank you!

Sheryl Hoh

Monday 10th of November 2008

wow. dis luks very intriguing indeed!

Rachelle

Saturday 8th of November 2008

They sure look great, I love how flaky yours turned out. Sorry you guys didn't like them, we didn't care for them too much either, I'm not a cooked jam person I guess.

TeaLady

Friday 7th of November 2008

Oh! Yeah! Flakey! Wonderful! Love the stack of regelach.

Christine

Friday 7th of November 2008

Wow I love the first pic! Sorry they weren't a favorite but I think they look delicious!

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