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October 2005 > Food

Teiglach (pareve)

This is an easy recipe to make with children, while providing a taste of Rosh Hashanah from the shtetl.

1.      Mix together either by hand or using an electric mixer:
4 large eggs
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
enough flour to make a soft dough

2.      Roll dough into small pieces about the size of a large marble or, alternately, roll into "-thick ropes and slice into equal-sized pieces.

3.      Bring to a boil:
2 cups honey
1 cup sugar

4.      Drop in the bits of dough and simmer over a low flame for about 1 hour. Remove the pot from the heat and pour in cup boiling water, mixing with a wooden spoon.

5. Turn the contents onto a cookie sheet to cool. When the teiglach are cool enough to handle, build a mound on a paper plate or square of parchment. If you like, stir in 1/4 cup candied fruit before mixture cools completely.