Never bite into a dull, dry deli-case rugelach again. Our versatile dough recipe (plus four filling combinations to inspire you) is the only roadmap you'll need.
Pull-Apart Rugelach Adapted from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook Rugelach fillings are as flexible and creative as you are. Here, we use some jam, cinnamon-sugar, and a mix of chopped nuts, dried fruit and chocolate as the “coarse” mix...
In this Thanksgivingukkah twist on rugelach, the traditional flakey cream cheese dough is flavored with pumpkin pie spices and rolled around a sweet pumpkin butter filling.
You'll notice that a lot of recipes call for you to "sift together the dry ingredients." It's a common phrase, especially when it comes to baking recipes where dry ingredients are frequently combined before forming a dough.
Rugelach is a classic Jewish cookie that if often prepared during the holidays, especially for Hanukkah. The buttery dough is slathered with a combination of sugar, spices, preserves and nuts.