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Traditional HamantaschenThis Purim treat, a sweet butter cookie, is formed into a triangle and then folded over on the edges to encase a center filled with a sweet filling, typically poppy seed. These cookies come together in just a matter of minutes, and are a sure fire hit on your Purim buffet.
Iraqi SambusakA sambusak is a savory phyllo dough pastry filled with spiced chickpea mixture that is enjoyed by Iraqi Jews on Purim. This pastry features a spicy blend of garbanzo beans, cumin, turmeric, and a little parsley for color.
Ground Beef KreplachThe kreplach are triangular pouches of dough filled with ground beef and vegetables. They are eaten as a separate dish or served in a simple broth. These savory bites are traditionally served on festive Jewish holidays.
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Beginning at sundown on Friday and continuing until sundown on Saturday, Jews around the world gather with their family and friends to celebrate their faith. Regardless of how the family chooses to spend Sabbath, they all have in common is the remembrance, observance, and a beautiful family dinner. The following are some inspired recipes that you can share with your family and friends for Sabbath.