Purim is a Jewish festival, celebrating the victory over the evil Haman as described in the book of Esther. Traditionally both sweet and savory small bites are offered as part of the buffet.
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This 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.
A sambusak is a savory phyllo dough pastry filled with spiced chickpea mixture that is enjoyed by Iraqi Jews on Purim. But they are tasty treat anytime of the year. This pastry features a spicy blend of garbanzo beans, cumin, turmeric, and a little parsley for color.
The 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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