Hamantasch



[hah-muh n-tahsh, huhm-uh n-, hoo m-] /ˈhɑ mənˌtɑʃ, ˈhʌm ən-, ˈhʊm-/

noun, plural hamantaschen
[hah-muh n-tah-shuh n, huhm-uh n-, hoo m-] /ˈhɑ mənˌtɑ ʃən, ˈhʌm ən-, ˈhʊm-/ (Show IPA). Jewish Cookery.
1.
a small triangular cake often made with yeast and filled with a mixture of poppy seeds and honey or with prune paste, prepared especially for the festival of Purim.

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