Hamantaschen is the official Purim snack – we all know that.
But for some of us the standard poppy seed Hamantaschen cookies just don’t cut it anymore.
It’s quite understandable… It can get quite boring after a few straight Purims.
Pablo Picasso used to say: “Good artists borrow, great artists steal”.
But since stealing is not nice, let’s just “borrow” a popular Japanese dish 🙂
That dish is called Onigiri, which stands for “rice ball”.
Our Onigiri obviously won’t be “ball-shaped”, but rather Hamantaschen-shaped (triangle).
Purim Hamantaschen doesn't have to be boring.
With a pinch of creativity and the right ingredients, you can make delicious Sushi Hamantaschen triangles.
And speaking of creativity, this lovely recipe is courtesy of Chanie from Busy in Brooklyn. (Thanks Chanie!)
Did you try it out? Let us know how it went in the comments!