Who says hamantaschen need to be sweet? The point, after all, is the triangle shape. Savor the Jews’ victory over Haman by making any of these hamantaschen for lunch and/or dinner!
Because why not?
Cheddar buttermilk biscuit dough stuffed with mashed potatoes, broccoli and cheddar? Sounds like something you’d want to make year-round.
With a versatile cornmeal crust, these hamantaschen will take you back to summer fairs and baseball games.
Made with puff pastry, these taco-taschen are filled with black beans, cheese and tomatoes and topped with a mango avocado salsa.
Mini triangle-shaped meat pies. Enough said.
This recipe features havarti cheese and dill dough stuffed with cream cheese and lox and topped with everything-bagel seasoning. You can also use two for bread and make a sandwich! #extra
These are like pizza rolls, but better. This recipe calls for olives, but you can swap them out for your favorite pizza topping.
Whip up a batch of these using won-ton wrappers and whatever chicken and barbecue sauce you have on hand.
This hamantaschen dough is actually pita dough! And just look at those runny yolks. Slam dunk.
Slow cook beef in pineapple juice and soy sauce until it falls apart, add to little pizza rounds, shape into triangles and serve with a caramelized onion mayo.
Serve these with tahini and an Israeli salad for a complete meal!
These recipes feature tangy herbed lamb and pine nut boreka-taschen; smoked salmon and cream cheese piroshki-taschen in a yeasted sour cream rye crust; masa-taschen with chipotle beer squash; creamy cauliflower paneer samosa-taschen in a rich chickpea flour crust; and smoky tuna caper empanada-taschen in a flaky orange crust.