Rugelach is a classic cookie found in many delis next to the Black & White Cookies on the display. They’re made with small triangles of tangy dough, that use cream cheese as a binder and then rolled up with different flavorings. This recipe takes sugar, cinnamon, walnuts, a bit of honey, and even bread crumbs, sprinkling onto the triangles before rolling them up and baking to golden brown perfection in the oven. The dough keeps well and will last up to 3 months in the freezer.
- There are multiple variations that you can make of the rugelach.
- You need a good amount of special equipment such as a food processor, a rolling pin, pastry brush, and wire rack.
- You need a lot of ingredients for the dough and filling.
“Filled with walnuts, honey, and spices, they pair just as perfectly with a snifter of brandy as with a glass of milk.”
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