Sultanas, walnuts and sugar-free apricot jam provide the sweetness in these delectable Jewish pastries. They look amazing but are simple to make.
Something else. Wonderful! I need good sugar free items for several members of my family and this is the best recipe yet. I divided the dough, wrapped in cling film and chilled. It was very easy to get the 16 triangles and they practically rolled themselves! I rolled each 1/4 of dough between sheets of greaseproof paper. When I had each round the right size I carefully peeled back the paper, dusted with flour, layed each round on baking tray and chilled for about 10 minutes before I layered fruit and nut mixture. I too brushed each with fruit spread just as they came out of the oven. Thanks for this recipe. It is the greatest! - 21 Jul 2008
Something else. Fantastic recipe. Everyone loves it. No need to tell anyone it is sugarfree. Last year I made some with a raspberry creamcheese filling. Beat creamcheese with a little splenda and little SF raspberry preserves. ( Sorry, I rarely measure anything) You can also use this dough in a mini tart tin. I did that too last year. - 21 Jul 2008
Used different ingredients. This recipe I altered by using wholemeal flour instead of the plain and I believe it added a delightful nutty crunch. Though , it was harder to see if they were golden brown! I regret not putting on more apricot spread, for they were a bit dry, but I can easily adjust that. I would also increase the filling amount next time, I still have a quarter of dough in my fridge because I ran out! But I will be making this again soon! Great with coffee and tea! - 21 Jul 2008