Taiglach or Honey Dough Balls

Dear Beautiful People, this is a much more sophisticated version of my recipe posted by Carol of https://cookingforthetimechallenged.wordpress.com, an amazing person and a wonderful cook. Enjoy!

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Taiglach or Honey Dough Balls

This year, I thought I would try to make taiglach for the first time with Raizel.

The word “taiglach” is Yiddish for “little pieces of dough” which are cooked in honey.

Growing up, this was a very special holiday treat that we only enjoyed on Sukkot. Taiglach are traditionally served on holidays which emphasize sweetness and joy. Some people have the custom of eating them on Purim as well.

I have very fond memories of eating taiglach in the sukkah as a child. I looked forward to them every year!

Raizel was very excited to try this.

I was excited that she was excited.

Aside from Mommy time, making this also gave Raizel an opportunity to practice using her hands and develop her fine finger dexterity.

Since my oven is still not working well, there was the added incentive that taiglach can be made on…

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