Gal Gadot expresses her love for Purim, a holiday close to her heart. She shares that one of her favorite traditions during this celebration is making Hamantash with her daughters. This activity holds a special place in her heart and brings her great joy.
Gal Gadot is celebrating Purim with her family by making Hamantash, a traditional pastry. The Wonder Woman star shared on Instagram photos of herself in the kitchen with her two eldest daughters Alma and Maya as they prepared the triangle-shaped cookies with sweet or savory filling. Gadot mentioned that Purim is one of her favorite holidays, and making Hamantash with her girls is definitely one of her favorite things about it. The Israeli actress also has an eight-month-old daughter named Daniella. Hamantaschen is a popular treat during Purim, and it is said to resemble the tri-cornered hat or ears of Haman, the villain in the Book of Esther.
Gal Gadot, in an interview with Vanity Fair in 2020, shared about a significant Jewish ritual that she practices daily. According to her, the Jewish culture has a prayer called ‘modeh ani,’ which means ‘I give thanks.’ This prayer is recited every morning upon waking up to thank God for keeping one alive. Gadot emphasized that nothing should be taken for granted and expressed gratitude by repeatedly saying ‘thank you’ upon rising from the bed. Gadot recently ventured into the food world with her husband Jaron Varsano and launched GOODLES, a mac and cheese brand that is healthy and protein-rich. As a mother of three, Gadot claims to be more aware of what she and her family consume and feels that traditional mac and cheese lacks nutrition.