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Pastry chef Judy Roll and baker Rebecca Martin make traditional Jewish rugelach with Martha.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, September Fall 2007
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  • MS112604308
    3 NOV, 2012
    For those asking about the dimensions, the video says to roll each half into a 12x18" rectangle then roll up from the longer side. I'm trying these this weekend to see if they should be added to my Christmas baking list -- they sound and look delicious. I've never cared too much for rugelach because the interior is usually not cooked long enough for my taste. This is mentioned in the video too. Maybe it will change my opinion of rugelach.
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  • Mybobba
    15 APR, 2012
    I just read this recipe and the comments, looks to me like it is meant for Hanukkah not Passover or all year. I can't believe some people will go to extremes to find fault for a good recipe, just don't make it for Passover or adept it. I am going to try it since it sounds so good. Thanks
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  • malomar1
    8 FEB, 2012
    Martha as in your December issue you chose to leave any Hanukkah recipes or crafts out. Maybe this would have been a good idea. As for Happygolucky612 you can't just substiute for flour it doesnt work. Be sensitive to other religions it will lead to world peace.
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  • Happygolucky612
    8 FEB, 2012
    Those of you who are religious can put in the specific ingredients that conform to your religious standards and holiday! If there is an ingredient you can't put in, just substitute it with something else!
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  • Happygolucky612
    8 FEB, 2012
    This recipe is not only for religious purposes.....other people who don't share the same religious holidays just like to make these cookies because they like the taste!
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  • Happygolucky612
    8 FEB, 2012
    It is really disgraceful to see woman complain about Martha's ingredients as I believe everyone should be "grateful" for her sharing her recipies instead of criticizing her ingredients!
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  • smileyface2
    7 FEB, 2012
    This recipe is delish! The only thing I did was to add 1/4 of a teaspoon of salt to my dough. The dough rolled out perfectly and it does say to roll it out to 1/8 of an inch as apposed to giving dimensions. I do not have a food processor so just used my hand mixer to blend the cream cheese butter sugar and salt together then mixed the flour in with a spoon. I will be keeping this recipe for sure. :)
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  • Ariellaheather
    22 MAR, 2010
    interesting recipe but has nothing to do with passover. A little like making Santa's sleigh for easter eggs--very insulting to any one who feels religious holidays should actually be religious.
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  • oberta
    19 MAR, 2010
    Martha, Its Pasover no FLOUR products get it. Go and speak to some jewish chefs
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  • oberta
    19 MAR, 2010
    Martha, Its Pasover no FLOUR products get it. Go and speak to some jewish chefs
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