>TWD: Rugelach

This weeks pick for TWD is Rugelach, chosen by Grace of Piggy’s Cooking Journal, recipe can be found here. Grace: thank you so much for picking this recipe, I really enjoyed making these!

I had two problems with this recipe: first of all I don’t own a food processor…. So I decided to go and try to make the dough with my hand mixer….. This took forever so I ended up cutting the butter into the dough with two knives.

Second of all: I had never had Rugelach in my life, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect and didn’t have anything to compare the endproduct with… I loved it!! I used apricot jam, pecans and mini chocolate chips (77%, thanks to my mom who brought them from USA!!) Ow and I accidentally only used half the amount of chocolate indicated in the recipe.

Also the consultants at my new job loved these!! Check out what my fellow TWD-ers cooked up this week here. P.S. Kirstin: I’ll try to post tomorrow to tell a little bit more about my old job and my new job!!


15 Responses to “>TWD: Rugelach”

  1. natalia Says:

    >Ciao ! I’m curious to know your impressions, I loved them !

  2. Beth Says:

    >I’m a fellow TWD baker, and I was thinking that it would be nice if we all could chip in and get Laurie some small token/gift for all the work she does. Would you be willing to contribute? If I can get enough people, it would only be about $1 per person. No pressure 🙂 Let me know! bethberg12@yahoo.com

  3. Gabi Says:

    >Beautiful Rugelach! I love the Autumn leaves on your blog page!xox

  4. Piggy Says:

    >Glad that you enjoy the recipe. Thanks for baking with me this week!

  5. Patrick Says:

    >Oh they look delicious. Love the apricot jam!

  6. Cathy Says:

    >These look great, Marthe! I didn’t have an end product to compare mine to either, so I’ll just have to assume that they were the best ever made — ha ha! Glad that you enjoyed this recipe too!

  7. What's for Supper? Says:

    >Hi Marthe….please let me know what you would like to choose for CEiMB next week. I have decided to take over for Leigh if she still wants me to.

  8. Kristin Says:

    >Beautiful! Bravo to you for making the dough by hand!

  9. Liz Says:

    >Oh, I love the large-grained sugar on top! They look so beautiful. Glad you enjoyed them!

  10. Natashya Says:

    >They look perfect!Make sure you put a food processor on your Christmas list. They are very handy. It is nice to have a big one and a mini chopper. Ask Santa. 🙂

  11. n.o.e Says:

    >Your combinations sound great – I halved the chocolate and liked them, but liked the ones without chocolate even more! Great job cooking “blind” – your end product looks perfect.Nancy

  12. Wservir Says:

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  13. LyB Says:

    >They look beautiful! I love the coarse sugar on top.

  14. leanne Says:

    >Awesome job. Even without the food processor! Much better than I did without one.

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