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Recipe For Knish — 26 Comments

  1. OH wow these look great! What a great accomplishment too as I know these are a little labor intensive 🙂 I wish I were at your house on the day you made these…
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    • You can come over any time Sarah 🙂

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  2. Your photos are lovely and these look so effortless but the recipe and steps seems to be a bit more than my weary schedule will allow right now. They sort of remind me of samosas which I adore. Thanks Tandy. Glad your phone problems are resolved.
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    • Hope you gain some time soon to make what you adore 🙂

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  3. I am glad to hear you were reunited with the young lady who helped you out. Tandy, I’ve never had knish before – and looking at these I’m wondering why I’ve waited so long – these look delicious!
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    • They are very delicious Shashi 🙂

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  4. Hi Tandy, A Taste of isreal looks like my kind of book, love knish and yours look perfectly baked.
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    • Thank you so much Cheri and I am sure you would love this book 🙂

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  5. I’m glad that the second and third experience was much better 🙂 I’ve never tried knish, it’s time to change it 🙂

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    • These are a great snack to take on long walks Marta 🙂

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  6. Those knish look great. I first heard of knishes via the TV show ‘Welcome Back Kotter’. All those years ago, they sounded so exotic. My first encounter with a knish was in NYC a few years back and what a disappointment. This place had been serving them for around 100 years and people came from all over the 5 Boroughs to have them and I couldn’t understand why. They were gluggy and tasteless. I have to say, your version looks much more like the version I dreamed about all of those years ago!
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    • How terrible to visit a NYC establishment that has lasted that long and be let down! Maybe you should make these?

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  7. SO glad you were able to resolve your phone issues at last!! I’m in the midst of phone gong show at the moment myself. 🙂 These knish look amazing!!
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    • Hope you manage to resolve your issues!

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  8. These look wonderful, and I’d love to check out the book!
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    • Sue, if you buy one book this year then this should be it. Nida’s photography alone is amazing 🙂

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  9. Ooh I love the sound and look of these – looking forward to giving them a try!
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    • Enjoy them Tanya 🙂

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  10. I’ll calling my mom right now to see if they tried Knish. They got back from a month long trip from Israel (and had a beyond fabulous time, they can’t wait to go back) and see if they tried this! Regardless, this looks scrumptious. Just just want I’m ready to devour right now with a cup of tea. So yummy.

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    • I wonder if they would have found these in Israel? When I was there I ate a lot of felafel. Please let me know what street food they enjoyed most 🙂

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  11. Yum! They look delicious.

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    • thanks Pam 🙂

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  12. We had some of these in Poland and they were delicious! I keep meaning to make some myself too.

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    • I hope if you make them they taste just as good as the ones you had in Poland 🙂

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  13. I haven’t bakes Knish yet, but these look and sound astoundingly yum, Tandy. Would sure give these a try sometime! 🙂

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    • Hope you do Anu 🙂

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