The late Yossi Sharabi’s Rose cookies


For the dough:

1 kg sifted flour
2 bags of vanilla sugar
400 grams of butter
9 tablespoons of sugar
2 large sour cream
9 egg yolks
Lemon zest
1 bag of baking powder
2 large sour cream cups (or 400ml)

For the filling:

2 instant pudding
2 cups of sugar (plastic cup for cold drinks)
9 egg whites 


Preparation of the dough:

Mix all the ingredients together until a dough is formed. Put it in the fridge overnight.

Preparation of the filling:

Just before making the cookies, whip the egg whites in a mixer and when the foam begins to grow, gradually add the sugar. Whip until a firm foam is obtained. Lower the mixer’s speed and add the instant pudding powder and mix until a uniform mixture is obtained.


Divide the dough into 6 parts and roll them thinly. Spread the filling and make 6 rolls. Put them in the freezer for an hour so that they can be cut without damaging the shape of the roses. Remove from the freezer and cut, arrange in a pan and bake at 180 degrees for 10-15 minutes until lightly golden. Sprinkle powdered sugar and serve.

Recipe courtesy of the family - grandma Chana's rose cookies

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Yossi Sharabi z"l (53)

Yossi Sharabi, 53, was one big heart, our most loved father and my most loved husband. He hugged and wrapped us in his goodness, was dedicated to work and diligent, did everything with responsibility and dedication.

His passions in recent years were surfing, football - Maccabi Tel Aviv, Real Madrid, United in his soul always. Yossi was full of joy of life, loved nature, he was a loyal friend who helped everyone with everything and was the backbone of the house!!! Invincible in everything and a man of peace❤️

Full name for the prayer | Yosef ben Hanah

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