Mohn bars

Some bakers over at http://www.freshloaf.com are running a baking challenge from the lovely book, Inside the Jewish Bakery. I started a bit late as my book took a while to arrive from Amazon.com. But arrive it did, and the first recipe of the challenge was these lovely mohn bars. Mohn is Yiddish for poppyseed. The bars have a short pastry base, a sticky, slightly caramelised poppyseed layer, and finally a streusel layer on top. Streusel is a bit like crumble.

The book offers three different pastry recipes. This time I used the 1-2-3 pastry recipe, and loved it.

 

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I live in South Africa with my husband and two small children, doing things, thinking about things and sometimes writing about them.
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4 Responses to Mohn bars

  1. meganshead says:

    Wow Lisa. They look delicious.

  2. Gerald Shaw says:

    I have tasted these and they are great.

  3. Lisa says:

    Thanks Gerald!

  4. Lisa says:

    Megan – They are totally delicious!! And easy – you can make the three components ahead and then bake them quite quickly.

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