Daily Israel Report

Video Essay: How Hamantaschen Are Made

In honor of Purim, the folks at Kuvien Images visited a bakery in Modi'in Illit and a Jerusalem home to see how hamantaschen are made.
By Arutz Sheva
First Publish: 3/7/2012, 4:12 AM

With the holiday of Purim being celebrated this week, it is nearly impossible to live in a Jewish community and not buy or bake hamantaschen for mishloach manot.

This year the folks at Kuvien Images joined the baking crew at their favorite bakery in Modi'in Illit, Guy and Avi at the Yesh supermarket, as they bake batch after batch of hamantaschen to keep up with the demands of the residents of Kiryat Sefer and its environs.

For those who do not have access to a kosher bakery or would rather bake at home, the folks of Kuvien Images also documented a Jerusalem resident baking hamentaschen at home.