This week the recipe we made for Tuesdays with Dorrie from Baking with Julia was rugelach. I've never had them before, so I don't really have much to compare them to. They're basically a filled cream cheese pastry dough. I filled mine with homemade prune levkar, sugar, cinnamon, dried cherries and apricots, and toasted walnuts, almonds and pecans. They're then rolled, brushed with egg white and dipped in a cinnamon sugar and nut mixture.
This recipe made a ton! I think I'd quarter it next time. Since we have so many, they're going to be breakfast for the next week! Don't judge.
I'm really not sure if I'd make these again. Even though they tasted pretty good, they're a ton of work.
I'm glad I at least made them once though. My favorite part was the flaky cream cheese pastry, so if I did make them again, I'd leave that but fill them with something different. Perhaps raspberry, nuts and chocolate like Zoe on Zoe Bakes?