Hamanstaschen: Balsamic, caramelised onion & poppy seeds | TMix+
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Hamanstaschen: Balsamic, caramelised onion & poppy seeds

Time: 17 minutes in the Thermomix, 30 minutes resting of the dough, 15 minutes cooling, 15 minutes assembling
Yield: about 25-30 pieces

Hamanstaschen? What on earth is/are hamanstaschen? Well, for starters, hamanstaschen is a Yiddish word, and is pronounced as huh-min-tah-shun. As you can see from the photo these are rather fascinating pastries/filled biscuits but more importantly, they are a significant part of Jewish culture. Of course, you can eat these delights—with any sort of fillings, sweet or savory—at any time of the year, but Jewish tradition has them eaten as part of the celebration of Purim; that time is when the faithful commemorate the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia. (reference from Chabad.org, a website that outlines Jewish practice, holidays and the religious calendar.)

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Hamanstaschen: Balsamic, caramelised onion & poppy seeds