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Rugelach

Rugelach recipe
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I was searching for Holiday cookies - and I found a winner. I was a bit skeptical about cream cheese for dough but it was wonderful! The cookies come out flaky and tasty....read more
posted by
NDaniel36
on 12/18/2008
time
prep:
1 hr
total:
25 hr 25 min
servings
total:
about 5 doz. or 32 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
11/1/2011
Thinking about this recipe for a cookie walk for charity that we are having
posted:
11/19/2009
Terrible!!!! from the beginning to the end. MESS all the time, not only when I made the dough that even my daughter found dough on our dog's ears but also when I worked on each portion, the day after. I have to clean the table after working each portion of dough, so it took to to to long. HUMBLE ADVICE to those brave to try this recipe. This is what I did with the last portion and worked much better. 1. ROLL EACH PORTION OF DOUGH IN A RECTANGULAR SHAPE ABOUT 6-inch WIDE AND AS LONG AS YOUR DOUGH ALLOWS YOU (not too much careful), ON A WELL FLOURED SURFACE. 2. CUT THE LONG RECTANGULAR INTO TRIANGLES LIKE ZIGZAG LINE FROM ONE EDGE TO THE OTHER, SO YOU CHOSE THE SIZE OF THE COOKIES and it is much easy to work on it. 3. SPREAD EACH TRIANGLE WITH PRESERVE BUT AVOIDING THE EDGES Because if it goes out during the baking time, the preserve will burn, horrible taste and sticky. 4. Watch the time it could be shorter. I won't do it again tooooo much MESS!!! WORTHLESS
posted:
1/7/2009
A bit messy, but thats part of the fun! Delicious!
posted:
12/18/2008
I was searching for Holiday cookies - and I found a winner. I was a bit skeptical about cream cheese for dough but it was wonderful! The cookies come out flaky and tasty. for a variation, I used nutella instead of raspberry jam -- OOOH that was a treat. This was hit with my husband's job as well -- great great recipe! Happy Holidays!
posted:
3/25/2008
I love this recipe. I've made it a few times and always use raspberry jam and peacans and they turn out great.
posted:
2/5/2008
I made this recipe Christmas 2006.It's similar to kifles which is a tradition in my family.Brings back good memories of my grandmother who was Hungarian
posted:
1/6/2008
Needs more jelly than the recipe calls so you can enjoy the flavor more. Other than that, great!!!
posted:
12/27/2007
Everyone enjoyed this for the holidays. But I used rice cereal in place of the nuts because some people are allergic to nuts and the rice cereal actually worked well. It added crunch and tasted a little nutty.
posted:
12/22/2007
I now make this recipe every Christmas-they are really good. I do use more preserves than the recipe calls for so they are not dry.(About 3x as much)They were a hit at a cookie exchange.
posted:
12/15/2007
They definitely do not turn out like the picture! Mine ended up more like bite-size versions. Still tasty though. More preserves may be better because I felt some were a little too dry.
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