Haman Pockets

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Appears in
The Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook

By Jennie Shapter

Published 2010

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These delicate tricorn-shaped pastries are properly known as Hamantaschel and are traditionally eaten at the Jewish festival of Esther. They can be filled with dried fruits or poppy seeds.


  • 100 ml/ fl oz/7 tbsp milk
  • 1


  1. Pour the milk and egg into the bread machine pan. However, if the instructions for your machine specify that the easy bake dried yeast is to be placed in the bread machine pan first, simply reverse the order in which you add the liquid and dry ingredients to the pan.

  2. Sprinkle over the flour, ensuring that it covers the milk and egg mixture. Add the su