Kosher Food Sitemap - Page 2 2016-09-26

Israeli Charoset with Mixed Nuts
Tart apples, bananas and raisins are combined with a variety of nuts in this delicious Israeli Charoset. Try it alongside your family's traditional charoset recipe at your next Passover Seder.

Jamie Geller's Brisket in Wine Sauce Recipe
A recipe for Jamie Geller's Brisket in Wine Sauce, from her cookbook Quick and Kosher: Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing. The simple recipe includes onions, ketchup, red wine, and spices to flavor the slow-cooked meat.

Hamantashen
Hamantashen are triangular, filled pastries traditionally served on the Jewish festival of Purim. Enjoy this varied collection of tried-and-tested hamantashen recipes.

Why Do Jews Eat Hamantaschen Pastries on Purim?
An explanation of the traditions behind eating hamantaschen -- triangular filled pastries -- on the Jewish holiday of Purim.

Giant Jam Thumbprint Cookie Recipe
A recipe for a giant jam thumbprint cookie meant for sharing, made with oats, flour, and a jam center.

A How-To Primer For All Your Pesach Needs
Planning and organizing tips for a delicious, relaxing Passover holiday, from grocery shopping to feeding baby, to hosting Seder guests.

A Persian Purim Seudah Menu with Recipes
A celebratory menu for a Purim seudah (feast) that takes inspiration from Persian cuisine, in homage to the Purim story's setting in ancient Persia.

Potato Zucchini Kugel Recipe
This Potato Zucchini Kugel is lighter than a traditional potato pudding, and turns out moist on the inside, crispy on the outside and delicious all around.

Pearled Barley Pilaf Side Dish Recipe
This recipe for Pearled Barley Pilaf features fiber-rich barley flavored with sauteed onions and garlic and the bright, fresh flavors of parsley and lemon zest.

Mustard-Panko-Crusted Sole Recipe
A recipe for Mustard and Panko Crusted Sole from Ronnie Fein's cookbook Hip Kosher. The recipe works well with other varieties of fish, and is quick and simple to prepare.

Fresh Spinach Noodle Kugel Recipe
A dairy fee Spinach Noodle Kugel made with noodles, onions, spinach, and eggs.

Kosher Cooking Terms: What is a Shabbos Blech?
Information about the Shabbos blech, an metal sheet designed to cover the stovetop before the Jewish Sabbath begins, and which enables Jews who observe the prohibitions against lighting fires or cooking on Shabbat to keep food for the holy day.

Passover Macaroni and Cheese Recipe
A simple recipe for Passover

Kosher Apple Cake Recipe
This dairy free Apple Cake is made with oil instead of butter or margarine. Baked in a tube pan, it features a sweet, dense cake layered with cinnamon-laced apples.

How to Make Blintzes - Step-by-Step Instructions
Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food. Cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.

How to Make Blintzes - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Blintz
Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food. Cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.

How to Make Blintzes - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Blintz
Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food. Cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.

How to Make Blintzes - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Blintz
Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food. Cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.

How to Make Blintzes - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Blintz
Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food. Cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.

How to Make Blintzes - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Blintz
Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food. Cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.

How to Make Blintzes - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Blintz
Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food. Cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.

How to Make Blintzes - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Blintz
Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food. Cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.

How to Make Rugelach - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Baking Instructions for Cookies
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

How to Make Rugelach Step-by-Step Guide
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

How to Make Rugelach - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Baking Instructions for Cookies
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

How to Make Rugelach - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Baking Instructions for Cookies
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

How to Make Rugelach - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Baking Instructions for Cookies
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

How to Make Rugelach - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Baking Instructions for Cookies
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

How to Make Rugelach - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Baking Instructions for Cookies
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

How to Make Rugelach - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Baking Instructions for Cookies
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

How to Make Rugelach - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Baking Instructions for Cookies
I was surprised to find how easy, and fun, it is to make rugelach. It does take time as the dough needs to be refrigerated and then rolled out. But the resulting pastry is well worth the investment in time. Follow these step-by-step instructions, with helpful photos, to learn how to make traditional Jewish rugelach cookies.

Easy Sweet Potato Soup Recipe
This is one of the easiest soup recipes I know, and fortunately it is also one of my kids' favorite soups. So if you've invited guests for Shabbos who have children or you need to prepare a tasty soup but have limited energy, this is the recipe for you. Simply saute the sweet potatoes, bell pepper, onion and garlic, add broth and seasonings, boil and cream with an immersion blender. Healthy, quick and delicious soup.

Homemade Crepes Recipe
If you can scramble an egg, then you can make homemade crepes or blintzes. Just mix eggs, water, flour and salt, pour a bit in a frying pan, cook until it pulls away from the side of the pan, and turn out into a plate. Your kids can fill them with Nutella or jelly for a great treat, or you can fill them with sauteed mushrooms, mashed potatoes or cheese for a festive appetizer.

Shabbos Roast Chicken Recipe
This simple and delicious roast chicken has become a regular feature on our Friday night Shabbos dinner table. You can vary it by using different vegetables each week. And you can use whole or pre-cut pieces of chicken, depending on what is on sale at the meal counter. I think the trick is having a good roasting pan that seals in the juices and flavors. My guests always ask for the recipe for this is easy to prepare, healthy, moist and flavorful chicken.

Passover Seder Chicken with Shallots and Mushrooms
I was looking for a chicken recipe for Passover Seder that would be different than my regular Shabbos chicken recipe and festive enough for the special Seder meal. My cousin Meryll emailed me her adaptation (simplification) of Joan Nathan's Patchke Pesah Chicken. The sauteed shallots, shittake mushrooms and sun dried tomatoes give the chicken intense flavor, and the marinade keeps the chicken moist. This chicken recipe is perfect for Passover Seder.

Vegetable Kugel Recipe for Passover
Looking for a healthy, delicious Passover side dish that is relatively easy to prepare? This delicious Vegetable Kugel contains grated carrots, zucchini, celery, potatoes, onion and garlic mixed with eggs, oil, potato starch and spices. Given that Passover food tends to be heavy, the more vegetables used in Passover cooking, the better.

Adaptable Shabbat Torte Recipe
Our cousin from Minneapolis, who regularly hosts Shabbos meals for large crowds, has become reliant on this Adaptable Shabbat Torte lately. Meryll claims that once you get the hang of the cake, you can make it on autopilot in less than 10 minutes. Another plus is that everyone is very likely to have the ingredients for this kosher Shabbos cake on hand. Furthermore, you can change the fruit used in the recipe each week so no one will ever get tired of the cake.

Blended Split Pea Soup Recipe
Split Pea soup, such an easy to make and healthy soup, is especially nice to serve for a fall or winter family dinner. My kids love to dunk fresh bread into it. I find this blended soup to be satiating without being heavy, but this recipe can be made even lighter by omitting the potato. So add nice variety to your family repertoire with this delicious Split Pea soup.

Frozen Blintz Souffle Recipe
A kosher recipe for Blintz Souffle, a popular kosher recipe made with cheese blintzes baked in a sweet sour-cream and egg-based custard.

Kosher Blondie Recipe
Get the great taste of chocolate chip cookies without taking the time to form each cookie. Blondies are chocolate chip cookies in the form of brownies. Just prepare the dough, pour into a baking pan, and bake chocolate chip cookie bars.

Rosh Hashanah Honey Applesauce Cake Recipe
A recipe for dairy-free Honey Applesauce Cake for Rosh Hashana or year round.

Israeli Couscous with Dried Cranberries and Almonds
A recipe for Israeli Couscous with Dried Cranberries and Toasted Almonds, from Ronnie Fein's cookbook Hip Kosher.

Cut-Out Decorated Hanukkah Cookies
Decorate your Cut-Out Holiday Shape Cookies this year! This easy-to-make dough can be rolled out immediately (no need to chill it) and cut into your favorite holiday shapes. Margarine can be used instead of butter for parve cookies. Use non-stick cooking spray and sanding sugar to make colorful, fun designs. Happy Hanukkah!

Hanukkah Jelly Doughnut Recipe
Sufganiot are deep-fried jelly doughnuts that are traditionally eaten during the Jewish festival of Hanukkah. Sufganiot are especially popular in Israel. The oil used to fry the doughnuts are reminiscent of the oil that miraculously burned, according to the Hanukkah story, in the ancient Temple in Jerusalem.

Kosher Mushroom Blintz Recipe
These Mushroom Blintzes are my favorite Friday night appetizer. I make a large batch, and then store them in the freezer. When Friday night rolls around, I have delicious and festive appetizer that can be easily defrosted, heated and served.

Deli Roll Recipe with Cold Cuts and Mustard
I was served this Deli Roll for a Shabbat appetizer at a friend's house, and I immediately knew the recipe was destined for this Kosher Food site. Everyone, including the kids, loved the look and taste of this easy to prepare first course.

Classic Israeli Hummus Recipe
An Israeli recipe for homemade hummus, a Middle Eastern chickpea dip made with dried chickpeas, tahini, lemon, and garlic.

Israeli Matbucha Dip Recipe
Matboucha, a traditional Moroccan dish, is so popular in Israel that it can be found right next to the Hummus on Israeli grocery store shelves. Once you make it yourself, you won't want to settle for store-bought Matboucha anymore. My neighbor in Israel, Carmit, came over and showed me how to make this Matboucha recipe. While Matboucha can be served hot or cold, we like it best cold on a cracker or fresh pita.

Pita Zaatar Bread Recipe
So easy and so delicious. This recipe for Toasted Pita with Zaatar is a definite must-try. Serve with an Israeli or Greek Salad for a light summer meal.

Kosher Shepherds Pie with Ground Beef
Shepherd's Pie, which is believed to have originated in northern England and Scotland, was originally made with lamb meat, as the name implies. However, in America, many make Shepherd's Pie with ground beef. Just serve a green salad with Shepherd's Pie for an economical and satiating family dinner, Sabbath lunch or even Passover meal.

Meat Stuffed Peppers Recipe
Meat Stuffed Peppers are the perfect dish for Sukkot, when stuffed vegetables are traditionally served. They go nicely next to the Roast Chicken, elevating the menu to that of a Jewish holiday meal. Use ground turkey instead of ground beef for a lite, healthy stuffed pepper. Stuffing peppers is much easier than stuffing cabbage leaves, and the resulting dish is just as delicious.

Pomegranate Apple Salad Recipe
For lunch on the second day of Rosh Hashanah, after everyone feels a bit heavy after too many holiday meals, I like to serve this fresh and light Pomegranate Apple Salad. It complements the spirit of the holiday by using the two fruits upon which blessings have been made.

Kubbeh Soup Recipe
Kubbeh is a small pocket of dough that is stuffed with ground beef and pine nuts. Kubbeh for soup is usually boiled, whereas Kubbeh served on a platter is fried. Grocery stores in Israel and increasingly in the United States offer frozen packages of Kubbeh that are ready to drop into a vegetable soup. Enjoy this traditional recipe for kosher Kubbeh Soup.

Crock Pot Stuffing Recipe for Thanksgiving
You can prepare your Thanksgiving stuffing in a Crock Pot to save room in your busy oven on Thanksgiving day. And you can prepare a parve Thanksgiving stuffing so your vegetarian guests can also enjoy this delicious mix of toasted bread cubes, vegetables and spices. This recipe for kosher parve Crock Pot Stuffing tastes like it was cooked in the turkey, but it is actually prepared separately in the slow cooker.

Puff Pastry Beef Strudel Recipe
A kosher recipe for Beef Strudel, made with seasoned ground beef and dairy-free puff pastry.

Easy Kosher Meatballs Recipe
One of the challenges I face in my life today is how to satiate the appetite of my always-hungry, 13-year-old son. I recently discovered that meatballs hit the spot. I call them Eazy Lazy Meatballs because they are easy enough for my son to make by himself so I can be lazy about dinner for a night or two.

Sweet and Sour Tongue Recipe
Susan Portman is a very talented artist who also knows how to cook artfully. She highly recommends her mother's Sweet and Sour Tongue recipe. Susan likes to serve this tender and tasty kosher meat dish for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

Simple Matzo Brei Recipe
Matzo brei means fried matzo in Yiddish. During the week of Passover, matzo brei makes a popular breakfast, lunch and dinner dish. While there are fancier matzo brei recipes with vegetables and spices, my kids prefer to make and eat this simple matzo brei recipe.

Hungarian Potato Casserole Recipe
This Hungarian Potato Casserole was served about once a week during my childhood. My father, an Auschwitz survivor who grew up in Hungary, loves potatoes. And this is a very economical dish as it consists primarily of potatoes, onions and sour cream. After a long break I recently started to make it in my own home, and my kids went crazy loving it.

Simple Roast Chicken Recipe
Roast chicken proves that sometimes simple is better. Simply mix spices, coat chicken and then bake, uncovered, in the oven. You can make preparation and serving even easier by buying a chicken cut into eighths. The result is a moist and flavorful chicken entree that everyone will love.

Cholent Kugel Vegetarian Kishke Recipe
This cholent kugel looks and tastes like kishke, but it consists of flour, oil, onions and spices. Simply mix the ingredients, form a loaf, and place on top of the hot cholent. This kugel will absorb the taste of the cholent, and the kids will ask for seconds.

Israeli Cheesecake Recipe
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Mother's Homemade Applesauce Recipe
Susan Portman is a very talented artist who also knows how to cook artfully. She highly recommends her mother's special applesauce recipe. Her mother's secret was to cook the apple peels and cores in water to make a nice apple juice, drain, and then to add the sliced apples. Susan created a quick version of the recipe, using bottled apple juice, which achieves the same delicious results.

Broccoli Souffle Recipe
This Broccoli Souffle, provided by Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer of Columbus, Ohio, is one of those easy, versatile, sure-fire success recipes that should be in the recipe box of every kosher cook. This souffle can be pareve or dairy depending on whether it is made with milk, soy milk or coffee rich. And it can even be made kosher for Passover by using matzo meal instead of flour.

Honey Sweetened Carrot Kugel Recipe
A dairy-free recipe for carrot kugel made with shredded carrots, honey, and lemon zest.

Yerushalmi Kugel Recipe
This uniquely-flavored savory kugel, of caramelized noodles spiced with black pepper, was brought to the city of Jerusalem by Eastern European Hasidic Jews in the eighteenth century. Thus the kugel is called Kugel Yerushalmi, which means Jerusalem Kugel. Kugel Yerushalmi is traditionally eaten after Sabbath morning prayer services - either for kiddish or lunch - along with cholent and pickles.

Parve Onion Kugel Recipe
While this parve Onion Kugel is amazingly tasty, you have to be motivated to make it - unless you are one of those fortunate few who don't mind chopping onions. Once you get past the onions, the rest of the recipe is simple as pie.

Potatoes Baked in Coconut Milk Recipe
When God commanded the separation of meat and milk, He challenged us to find creative ways to eat creamy potatoes with meat meals. One easy and delicious solution is baking the potatoes is parve coconut milk instead of dairy milk. You can serve these Potatoes Baked in Coconut Milk with Roast Chicken at your upcoming Sabbath or holiday meal. Enjoy this easy-to-prepare, non-dairy scalloped potato recipe with a touch of curry flavor.

Parve Scalloped Potatoes Recipe
When God commanded the separation of meat and milk, He challenged us to find creative ways to eat creamy potatoes with meat meals. This Scalloped Potatoes recipe is one attempt. You can serve these Parve Scalloped Potatoes with Roast Chicken at your upcoming Sabbath or holiday meal.

Kosher Sweet Potato Pie Recipe
This Sweet Potato Pie is a nice alternative to kugel if you are looking for something new to serve for the Sabbath lunch. This pareve pie also goes well with turkey at Thanksgiving or any time of the year.

Breaded Fried Tofu Recipe
My 15-year-old son has become a vegetarian, and some days I struggle to find meatless dishes to satiate his teenage boy appetite. The other day when I was making chicken schnitzel for his siblings, I decided to make Tofu Schnitzel for him. I just sliced a tofu cake, breaded it and then fried it as if it was a piece of chicken. He loved it!

Sweet and Sour Chicken with Duck Sauce
When there is no time to cook but your family is hungry, you can turn to this easy Duck Sauce Chicken recipe for help. Just pour the ready sauce on the chicken and bake. Serve this baked sweet and sour chicken with rice and broccoli for a satiating meal.

Leek Latkes Recipe
In my experimenting with a variety of different vegetables for Hanukkah latkes, my wife decided that these Leek Latkes take first prize. They look fancy, but they are easier to make than traditional Potato Latkes as no food processor is needed. And of course they are lower in carbohydrates and healthier than potato pancakes. So treat the adults at your Hanukkah party a special Hanukkah latke this year with these delicious Leek Latkes.

How to Prepare a Passover Seder Plate
Learn how to prepare the Passover Seder plate. These step-by-step instructions on how to make Pesach Seder plates are designed to help you prepare for this special Jewish holiday meal celebrating the Exodus from Egypt.

Baked Nile Perch Recipe
This Nile Perch recipe is easy enough for novice fish cooks to master and tasty enough for novice fish eaters to enjoy. Just count to three for a delicious and healthy main dish. One, rub mayonnaise on the fish. Two, sprinkle spices on the fish. Three, bake. Sometimes it is surprisingly simple to prepare great food.

Tangy Baked Chicken Recipe
Our South African friend David served this Tangy Baked Chicken for Shabbat during Passover. Just mix together the marinade ingredients, which are economical, flexible and kosher for Passover. Let the chicken marinate for a few hours or overnight. And bake. The resulting chicken is so delicious that your Sabbath guests are likely to ask for the recipe.

Baked Frozen Gefilte Fish Loaf Recipe
Why work hard when you don't have to? You can enjoy great tasting gefilte fish without spending all day in the kitchen. Simply buy a frozen gefilte fish loaf, cover with tomato sauce, and bake. Baked Gefilte Fish in Tomato Sauce is an easy and delicious Shabbos appetizer.

Easy Shabbos Dessert Recipes
Don't you sometimes finish making the soup, matzo balls, fish, chicken, potatoes, vegetables, and salad and fun out of energy before it is time to make dessert? This list of really easy Shabbos desserts aims to be a helpful resource for you. When you're out of steam, look here to find Easy Shabbos Desserts you can whip up in just minutes.

Quick and Easy Kosher Family Dinners
Studies show that kids who eat dinner with their families eat more nutritiously, feel less stressed, and perform better. Nevertheless, daily demands often sap our time and energy, making it hard to plan, shop and put meals on the table during the work week. These easy kosher recipes for family dinners are designed to help you give your children the nourishment, comfort and support they need.

Best Kosher Rice Recipes
For a quick and easy-to-prepare side dish that goes well with almost any main dish, use one of these kosher rice recipes. According to the USA Rice Federation, rice provides complex carbohydrates, fiber, essential vitamins and minerals, and beneficial antioxidants. Rice is sodium-, cholesterol-, and gluten-free, and it has only a trace of fat. And given the great popularity of this grain, you'll please both adults and children at the table when you serve rice.

Kosher Thanksgiving Recipes
These kosher Thanksgiving recipes can help you to prepare an easy, delicious, and kosher Thanksgiving meal for your family and friends. Recipes include roast stuffed turkey, easy turkey gravy, vegetarian stuffing, parve mashed potatoes, sweet potato pie, corn bread, apple crumble, pumpkin cookies and more. The Thanksgiving menu is so delicious that even after living in Israel for 20 years, I continue to prepare this meal each November.

Latkes Potato Pancake Recipes
Fried Potato Pancakes, called Latkes in Yiddish and Levivot in Hebrew, are the most popular Hanukkah food. While traditional latkes are made from potatoes, today one can find many creative twists to the traditional latkes recipe. They include sweet potato, cauliflower, broccoli, leek, cheese and even tuna latkes.

Rosh Hashanah Menus and Recipes
Preparing for a long Jewish Holiday, such as when Rosh Hashanah is followed by Shabbat, requires good planning and creative thinking. These 3 Day Rosh Hashanah menus and recipes are designed for busy cooks who, despite limited time and energy, want to serve healthy, economical and festive holiday meals.

Hechsher Kosher Marking Definition
A hechsher is the special marking found on the packages of products that have been certified as kosher.

Summer Shabbos Lunch Menu and Recipes
Shabbos is long during the summer months, so inviting guests for Shabbat lunch is a nice way to spend the day. Given the hot weather, the dishes should be lite. Given that your guests are likely to have different dietary constraints and tastes, you'll want to serve a variety of dishes. And since you don't want to spend too many hours in the kitchen during the summer, recipes should be easy and quick to prepare.

Favorite Sukkot Menu and Recipes
Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, arrives so quickly after Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, that each year I find myself scrambling to prepare the menu, get the groceries and cook in time for the holiday. This list of my family's favorite Sukkot menu and recipes attempts to help all of us busy cooks and our guests enjoy healthy, delicious, and relaxed meals in our Sukkah.

Best Shabbat Chicken Recipes
Chicken is the most popular Shabbat entree. It is so versatile. Chicken is delicious whether roasted, fried, cooked, breaded, marinated, or stuffed. As such, I favor the easy-to-make chicken recipes. The following are my favorite chicken recipes for Jewish Sabbath meals.

Pomegranate Rosh Hashanah Recipes
Many people are increasingly seeking kosher recipes that use pomegranates due to the fruitís Rosh Hashanah ritual role, health benefits, sweet flavor, and colorful appearance. Find Jewish blessings made over the pomegranate and pomegranate recipes.

Shabbat Menu for Busy Cooks
Does your busy lifestyle make it difficult to find the hours needed to prepare delicious home-cooked meals for the Sabbath? I think many people feel especially rushed with their Shabbat cooking during the winter when Shabbat starts early. These Shabbat Menus and Recipes aim at helping busy cooks prepare quick, festive Shabbat meals for their families.

Gluten-Free Passover Seder Recipes
Many - but not all - kosher for Passover products are gluten-free. Likewise, many - but not all - Passover recipes are gluten-free. This Passover Seder menu, designed for those with celiac disease, includes gluten-free ingredients and recipes.

Meal of Cessation before the Yom Kippur Fast
Jews traditionally eat a Meal of Cessation - called Seudat Mafseket - before the Yom Kippur fast. My family eats a meat meal for lunch, and then we eat a hi-carb dairy dinner directly before the fast. The meat menu includes low-salt vegetable soup, breaded chicken, potatoes and dessert. The dairy menu includes egg souffle, whole wheat bagels with various spreads and fruit salad.

Yom Kippur Menus and Recipes
An overview of the Jewish Yom Kippur holiday, along with recipes and menus for the pre-fast and break-fast meals. You'll also find information and links about preparing for a safe, comfortable fast.

How to Set the Table for Passover Seder
How should I set the table for Passover Seder?

Kosher Wine vs. Kosher for Passover Wine
What's the difference between kosher wine and kosher for Passover wine?

Bake Challah
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

How to Make Challah Bread Step by Step Guide
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Sift Flour
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Add Sugar and Salt
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Add Yeast
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Add Oil and Water
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Knead the Dough
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Allow the Dough to Rise
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Shape Strands of Dough
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Braid Challah Loaves
In Jewish tradition, making challah is much more than just baking bread. It is a religious experience. Follow this step-by-step Guide to Challah to fill your home with a pre-Sabbath aroma, your Shabbat table with a festive feel, and your heart with calm.

Egg-Free Sweet Potato Kugel Recipe
An allergy friendly recipe for Egg-Free Sweet Potato Kugel, made with a blend of sweet and regular potatoes, carrot, and apple.

Garlic Roasted Broccoli and Red Peppers Recipe
A kosher, vegan recipe for Roasted Broccoli and Red Peppers, seasoned simply with garlic and a touch of salt.

A Vegetarian Super Bowl Menu
A vegetarian game day menu for Super Bowl parties and more, featuring nachos, hummus, pizza, hearty casseroles, and brownies.

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A Romantic (and Kosher) Dinner for Two
A romantic kosher dinner for two featuring easy, healthful recipes, including Avocado and Pomegranate Salad, Indian Spiced Salmon, and Chocolate Hazelnut Dates.

Norene Gilletz' Three-Color Gefilte Fish Loaf Recipe
A recipe for Tricolor Gefilte Fish Loaf from Canadian kosher cookbook author Norene Gilletz.

How To Make A Tree Shaped Challah Bread
Step-by-step instructions for making a tree-shaped challah bread, perfect for Tu B'Shevat, baby namings, or engagement parties.

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Vegan Deep-Dish Mushroom Pie Recipe
A recipe for kosher, vegan Deep Dish Mushroom Pie, made with mushrooms and onions baked in a pastry crust.

Marinated Cauliflower Salad Recipe
A recipe for Marinated Cauliflower Salad

Plov -- Bukharan Chicken and Rice with Carrots
A one-pot, gluten-free recipe for Plov, a kosher Bukharan chicken and rice dish made with carrots and onions.

Baba Ghanoush Eggplant Dip Recipe
A dairy-free recipe Baba Ghanoush, a Middle Eastern dip made with roasted eggplant, tahini, lemon, and garlic.

Double Chocolate Gooey Brownie Recipe
A recipe for dairy free Double Chocolate Gooey Brownies made with cocoa powder and topped with chocolate chips.

Zucchini Basil Soup Recipe
A kosher, vegetarian recipe for pureed Zucchini Basil Soup that can be served warm or chilled.

Spinach and Cheese Pasta Recipe
This easy recipe for Spinach and Cheese Pasta features Bulgarian cheese or sheeps' milk feta, a soft, crumbly, briny cheese.

Hacks For Impromptu Entertaining
Ideas and tips for making quick, easy party fare for last minute entertaining.

Cold Sesame Broccoli Salad Recipe
A recipe for Sesame Broccoli Salad tossed in a sesame soy vinaigrette and toasted sesame seeds.

Braised Red Cabbage Recipe
A recipe for Braised Red Cabbage, enhanced with apple, onion, and dried cranberries that makes a lovely side dish for fall or winter meals.

What is an Etrog? A Definition Jewish Holiday Sukkot
Etrog is a type of citron cultivated primarily in Israel. This citrus fruit is one of the Four Species used in a waving ritual during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

Sweet Potato Red Lentil Soup Recipe
A vegan, kid-friendly recipe for Sweet Potato Red Lentil Soup.

Grandmother's Cinnamon-Sugar Kuchen Recipe
This recipe for Cinnamon-Sugar Kuchen comes from Anna Balin's grandmother. A ribbon of cinnamon sugar runs through the rich sour cream coffee cake; the mixture tops the cake too.

Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe
A kosher, dairy free recipe for Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies made with oil. White whole wheat flour yields tasty whole grain cookies that don't scream

Baked Olive Oil Doughnuts Recipe
A kosher recipe for baked olive oil doughnuts with cinnamon sugar, perfect for Hanukkah or as a year round treat.

Traditional Hanukkah Potato Latkes Recipe
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for traditional Fried Potato Latkes (pancakes) for Hanukkah or year round.

Hanukkah Recipes - Kosher Chanukah Recipe - Jewish Holiday Food - Hanukkah Menus - Brisket Recipe
During Hanukkah (or Chanukah), many Jewish families invite relatives and friends over to light the menorah, sing songs, play dreidel games, exchange gifts and enjoy Hanukkah food. These traditional and contemporary Hanukkah recipes - with brisket, salmon, salad, varied latkes, applesauce, cookies and donuts - can help you plan delicious Hanukkah menus and wonderful holiday celebrations.

Hanukkah Gelt Thumbprint Cookies Recipe
A recipe for Oat Thumbprint Cookies with Chocolate Hanukkah Gelt (coin) centers. Need dairy-free cookies? Swap coconut oil for the butter.

A Festive Hanukkah Dinner Menu
A hanukkah dinner menu featuring sweet potato latkes, brisket, delicious veggie sides, and no-fry desserts.

Mint Chocolate Chip Brownies
A recipe for kosher, non-dairy Mint Chocolate Chip Brownies, made with both chocolate and cocoa powder, and flavored with vanilla and peppermint extracts.

Great Gelt: The Best Chocolate Coins for Your Hanukkah Celebration
Where to buy the best kosher Hanukkah gelt online, from artisanal and fair trade to nut free options. Plus, you'll find recipes for homemade chocolate coins.

Crispy Salt and Pepper Chicken with Caramelized Fennel and Shallots Recipe
A recipe for Jamie Geller's Crispy Salt and Pepper Chicken with Caramelized Fennel and Shallots from Joy of Kosher: Fast, Fresh Family Meals.

Curried Sweet Potato Latkes Recipe (Pareve)
A dairy-free recipe for curried sweet potato latkes. Perfect for Hanukkah or year round, they're especially good paired with Indian or Caribbean cuisines.

Latke Making 101 - How-To Tips for Perfect Potato Pancakes
10 how-to tips for making great latkes for Hanukkah and year round, from picking the right pan and choosing the best oil to frying crisp (not greasy!) latkes.

Blue Corn Nachos with Black Beans and Corn Recipe
A kosher dairy recipe for Blue Corn Nachos with cheese, black beans, pan-roasted corn, and olives, topped with salsa, guacamole, and sour cream.

Vegetable and Chickpea Tagine With Couscous Recipe
A kosher, vegan recipe for Moroccan Vegetable and Chickpea Tagine made with cauliflower, sweet potato, and spices, served over whole wheat couscous.

Cranberry and Pear Chutney Recipe
A kosher, vegan recipe for Cranberry and Pear Chutney from author Ronnie Fein's cookbook The Modern Kosher Kitchen.

Roasted Chicken with Baharat, Garlic, and Mint Recipe
A recipe for Roasted Chicken with Baharat, Garlic, and Mint, from The Modern Kosher Kitchen by Ronnie Fein

Grandma Myrtle's Brisket and Beans Recipe
This Brisket and Beans recipe, which comes from my wife's grandmother Myrtle Katz z

Salmon Steak with Carrots and Raisins (Parve)
This Salmon Steak recipe works well as a summer Friday night main dish, when the meal tends to be late and is best kept lite. The carrots and raisins in the recipe also make this a festive Rosh Hashanah dish, especially if you are hosting fish-eating vegetarians. Given that this fish recipe is so easy to prepare, you can also serve this moist, flavorful salmon with brown rice and salad for a healthy family dinner.

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies with Chocolate and Nuts Recipe
A kosher, dairy-free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie recipe made with chocolate chips, nuts, or your favorite mix ins. Coconut oil replaces unhealthy margarine.

Spiced Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Recipe
This dairy free Chocolate Chip Banana Bread is enhanced with coconut milk and spiced with cardamom, crystallized ginger, nutmeg, and vanilla.

Kosher Turkey Roll with Mushroom Gravy (Meat) Recipe
This kosher Turkey Roll with Mushroom Gravy heats up well on a hot plate so it works well for Jewish Sabbath and holiday lunch meals.

Oven Baked Breaded Chicken Breast Recipe
This Breaded Baked Boneless Chicken Breasts recipe is the answer to your kid-meal dilemmas. They're cheaper, heathier and tastier than purchased chicken nuggets.

Kosher Colorful Corn Salad Recipe
This Kosher Corn Salad is a colorful, delicious, and easy-to-make parve offering for summer months that travels well.

Pasta Bechamel Recipe (Dairy)
This kosher Pasta Bechamel recipe is a perfect dairy meal for Shavuot or anytime a comforting dish is the order of the day.

Eggplant Fritters With Tangy Tomato Lemon Sauce Recipe
A vegetarian, dairy-free, kosher for Passover recipe for Eggplant Fritters With Tangy Tomato Lemon Sauce.

Dried Fruit Compote (Parve, Passover) Recipe
This Dried Fruit Compote recipe is the perfect ending to a filling Passover Seder feast. It also works well for a Shabbat dessert or Tu B'Shvat treat.

Cheese Latkes Recipe (Dairy)
Cottage Cheese Pancakes (Cheese Latkes) are a nice spin on traditional potato latkes and make an ideal dinner during Hanukkah.

Kosher Bread Machine Challah Recipe (Parve)
This classic sweet challah recipe uses a bread machine's dough cycle to mix, knead, and rise the dough. You just shape, bake and enjoy homemade loaves!

Kosher Apple Kugel Recipe
This kosher Apple Kugel recipe is made with Golden Delicious apples, orange juice, sugar, and walnuts. It's dairy-free, gluten-free, and kosher for Passover.

Cornmeal-Crusted Flounder Recipe (Parve)
This kosher Cornmeal Covered Fish Fillet is similar to fried fish schnitzel, but it is lighter and more unique tasting, and is parve.

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Thanksgiving Start to Finish: Whole Grain Sides
A collection of seasonal, vegetarian, whole grain side dishes for Thanksgiving that are kosher and dairy free.

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Thanksgiving Start to Finish: Vegetarian Entrees
Not sure what to serve the vegetarian guests at your Thanksgiving feast? This selection of seasonal entrees is sure to satisfy.

Thanksgiving Start to Finish: Vegetarian Entrees
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Thanksgiving Start to Finish: Healthy, Easy Side Dish Recipes
A collection of healthy, easy to prepare, dairy-free vegetable side dishes to brighten up your Thanksgiving menu.

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Rose Water Pistachio Hamantaschen Recipe
A recipe for Persian cuisine-inspired hamantaschen made with rosewater dough and a homemade pistachio marzipan filling.

Kosher Tuna Tacos Recipe
A kid-friendly, kosher recipe for tuna tacos, made with canned tuna, hard taco shells, cheese and salsa.

Sauteed Green Beans with Red Peppers and Peanuts Recipe
A kosher, Asian cuisine-inspired recipe for Sauteed Green Beans with Red Peppers and Peanuts, made with frozen green beans.

Kosher Apple Glazed BBQ Chicken Recipe
A kosher recipe for Apple-Glazed BBQ Chicken, made with apple juice concentrate, cider vinegar, thyme, apples and onions that's perfect for fall or winter entertaining.

Kosher Chicken Cacciatore Recipe
A kosher recipe for Chicken Cacciatore made with fresh garlic, onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms and white wine.

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Thanksgiving Start to Finish: Dairy Free Desserts
A collection of seasonal, dairy-free dessert recipes that make the perfect sweet finish to your Thanksgiving menu.

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Thanksgiving Start to Finish: Dairy Free Desserts
A collection of seasonal, dairy-free dessert recipes that make the perfect sweet finish to your Thanksgiving menu.

Thanksgiving Start to Finish: Dairy Free Desserts
A collection of seasonal, dairy-free dessert recipes that make the perfect sweet finish to your Thanksgiving menu.

Lemon, Parsley, and Garlic-Marinated Steak Recipe
A vibrant marinade made with lemon, garlic, and parsley is perfect for tenderizing your favorite steak cut while adding big flavor to the meat.

Butternut Squash and Leek Lasagna Recipe (Dairy or Pareve)
A recipe for kosher butternut squash lasagna with a creamy leek-infused Bechamel sauce. Add cheese, or opt for the dairy-free, vegan variation.

Passover Seder Menu - Festive Pesach Recipes
After reading Tamar Ansh's A Taste of Tradition: Pesach - Anything's Possible! cookbook, I feel empowered and motivated to prepare a festive Passover Seder. In addition to the Charoset, Gefilte Fish and Matzo Ball Soup, our Passover Seder menu will include Turkey and Wine Roast, Sweet Brisket, Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Beets, Roasted Asparagus, Double Layer

Stuffed Foods for Sukkot and Simchat Torah
Kosher recipes for stuffed foods to enjoy on Sukkot and Simchat Torah menus. From vegetables and main dishes to desserts, these recipes are great year-round, too.

Bite-Sized Black Bottom Cupcakes (Dairy)
A recipe for Bite-Sized Black Bottom Cupcakes, featuring chocolate chip cheesecake atop a base of chocolate cake.

Honeyed White Wine Chicken with Lemon & Olives (Meat)
A recipe for chicken baked in a honey wine sauce, with green olives and lemon.

Challah Bread Pudding with Chocolate and Cherries (Pareve)
A kosher, dairy free recipe for Challah bread pudding with chocolate and cherries.

Passover Cooking Substitutions
A list of ingredient substitutions and informative tips that will help you adapt recipes for kosher for Passover Cooking.

Lemon Ricotta Noodle Kugel with Dried Cherries
A sweet noodle kugel recipe made with lemon-scented ricotta cheese, dried tart cherries, and golden raisins.

How to Use Up Leftover Challah
A collection of recipes that use up leftover challah bread, from croutons, stratas, and bread puddings, to sandwiches to French toast.

Sugar Pumpkin Pie with Olive Oil Crust (Pareve)
Recipe for a kosher, dairy-free pumpkin pie made with roasted sugar pie pumpkin and an easy oil pie crust

Passover FAQs: Can I substitute cake meal for matzo meal?
An explanation of the difference between Passover cake meal and matzo meal, and how to substitute one for the other.

A Festive Vegetarian Sukkot Menu
Celebrate the harvest holiday of Sukkot with a festive vegetarian menu featuring vegan challah, an elegant spin on pot pie, vibrant veggie sides, and more.

Passover Pancakes
A Kosher for Passover pancake recipe made with matzah cake meal and tapioca starch.

Kosher Producer Profile: Date Lady, Inc.
A profile of The Date Lady, a specialty food producer specializing in organic, kosher certified date products, including date syrup, chocolate spread, and date balsamic vinegar.

Green Beans with Pecans and Date Syrup
This kosher, vegan recipe for garlicky Green Beans with Pecans and Date Syrup is ideal for company, but too yummy to save for a special occasion.

Parve Kosher Vegetarian Bean Cholent Recipe
This vegetarian cholent is hearty and delicious, but much lighter than meat cholent recipes.

Amazing Whole Grain Jewish Apple Cake
Jewish Apple cake gets a healthy makeover in this low fat, reduced sugar recipe made with white whole wheat flour.

The Kids' Steaks
A recipe for tender, slow cooked Kid's Steaks from Kim Kushner's The New Kosher.

A Deliciously Symbolic DIY Housewarming Gift
How to assemble a traditional Jewish housewarming gift basket with bread, salt, and sugar, along with an explanation of the symbolism behind the gift.

A Vegetarian Rosh Hashana Menu
This vegetarian Rosh Hashana menu features lots of festive, harvest-inspired dishes, and includes many foods that hold symbolic meaning for the holiday.

Honey Wheat Raisin Challah (Pareve)
A dairy-free recipe for Honey Wheat Raisin Challah, with instructions for mixing by hand or using a stand mixer or bread machine.

Farfalle with Blueberries, Red Onions, and Goat Cheese
This unusual recipe for Farfalle with Blueberries, Red Onions, and Goat Cheese features pasta dressed in a quick blueberry-balsamic pan sauce.

Quinoa with Black Beans, Corn, and Zucchini (Pareve)
A quick and easy recipe for quinoa with savory black beans, corn, and zucchini.

Caramelized Onion, Fennel, & Mushroom Soup
A recipe for Caramelized Onion, Fennel, & Mushroom Soup from Kim Kushner's cookbook The New Kosher. The recipe can be made with chicken or beef stock for especially rich flavor, or with vegetable stock to suit vegetarian or vegan diners.

Kosher Factory Tours
A listing of food factory tours featuring kosher product lines, perfect for day trips or vacation excursions.

Regional American Kosher Certifiers
A guide to top regional kosher certifiers in the United States, with hechsher (kosher symbol) photos, and background, client, and contact information.

Cream of Ricotta Parfait with Almond Milk and Peaches (Dairy, Passover)
Cream of Ricotta Parfait with Almond Milk and Peaches

Kosher Producer Profile: Blake Hill Preserves
A profile of kosher producer Vicky Allard and Blake Hill Preserves, which offers artisanal, award winning marmalades, jams, and chutneys.

Kosher Foodie Box: A Subscription Box for Kosher Food Lovers
Details and a review of the Kosher Foodie Box, a subscription box service designed for kosher food lovers.

Kosher Beef Brisket Cooking Instructions
Beef Brisket, a cut of meat from the breast or lower chest, is a popular Jewish holiday entree. Jews traditionally prepare beef brisket by braising it in a roasting pot. Learn how to prepare great brisket. Read the reasons why to prepare Jewish brisket for the holidays.

Blueberry Smoothie Muffins
What do you get when you cross a blueberry yogurt smoothie and a breakfast muffin? These Blueberry Smoothie Muffins! Made with pureed blueberries and Greek yogurt, these whole wheat-enhanced muffins are a delicious, healthy way to start your day.

Sunken Berry Cherry Cake
A recipe for dairy-free Sunken Berry Cherry Cake, made with blueberries, raspberries, and cherries.

Carrot Cake (Pareve)
Carrot Cake gets a healthy makeover in this nut-free, dairy-free recipe. The scrumptious cake boasts a full pound of carrots and a bit of whole wheat.

Easy Cream Cheese Frosting
A simple, three ingredient recipe for Cream Cheese Frosting that's perfect for carrot cakes, zucchini muffins or banana bread.

Sour Cherry and Nectarine Crisp
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for Sour Cherry and Nectarine Crisp with a wholesome oat topping. Fresh or frozen sweet cherries can be used, too.

Challah Strata with Mushrooms, Peppers, and Asparagus
A savory strata recipe made with challah bread, mushrooms, red peppers, asparagus, and herbed goat cheese.

Cherry Pie with Oatmeal Streusel
A kosher recipe for Cherry Pie with Oatmeal Streusel, made with fresh or frozen cherries, a homemade or storebought crust, and wholesome rolled oats. The streusel can be made with butter or a dairy-free alternative.

9 Meatless Menus with Recipes
9 kosher, internationally-inspired meatless menus, featuring easy-to-prepare pastas, sandwiches, casseroles and tagines.

Crunchy Berry Crispy Rice Treats
An allergy-friendly, dairy-free kosher recipe for Berry Crispy Rice Treats, made with marshmallows, puffed rice cereal, and freeze-dried blueberries and strawberries. The red, white, and blue color scheme makes these ideal for 4th of July entertaining, though they make a fun snack any time of year.

Pureed Vegetable Soup
A basic formula for making pureed vegetable soup with whatever vegetables you have on hand.

Kosher FAQ: What is Farfel?
A definition, along with history and recipes for farfel -- tiny egg noodles sometimes called egg barley -- a once popular side dish in Jewish Ashkenazi cuisine.

Tuna, Mushroom, and Cheese Pie
An Israeli recipe for Tuna, Mushroom, and Cheese Pie, made with canned tuna, sauteed mushrooms and onions, and a creamy cheese filling baked in puff pastry.

Tuna Puff Pastry Pie
An easy, kid-friendly recipe for Tuna Puff Pastry Pie, made with sauteed onions, tuna and eggs, baked in puff pastry.

Green Bean Walnut Vegetarian Chopped Liver
A classic Ashkenazi Jewish recipe for Vegetarian Chopped Liver made with green beans, peas, sauteed onions, hard boiled eggs, and walnuts.

Kid's Favorite Fried Rice Recipe
A quick and easy, kid-friendly recipe for Fried Rice. Though the recipe features carrots, celery, and peas, you can substitute your favorite seasonal veggies. Eggs add protein to this vegetarian one-dish meal.

Unstuffed Cabbage
A kosher recipe for Unstuffed Cabbage made with steamed cabbage, meatballs, and a sweet and sour tomato sauce. The recipe can also be adapted for Passover by substituting matzo meal for breadcrumbs.

Mayo-Free Egg Salad
This simple Egg Salad recipe skips the mayonnaise, and gets its flavor instead from sauteed onions.

Tuna and Veggie Pasta Salad
An easy, kosher recipe for Tuna and Veggie Pasta Salad, made with fresh broccoli, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, olives, and scallions.

Savory Simmered Matzo Farfel
This Savory Matzo Farfel, made with matzo, eggs, and chicken broth, is a simple, kid-friendly side dish perfect for weekday Passover meals.

Grilled Hawaiian Ribeye Steaks
A kosher recipe for tender, juicy Hawaiian Ribeye Steaks, made with pineapple juice, ginger, garlic, and tamari soy sauce.

Review: Date Lady Date Balsamic Vinegar
A 4.5 star review of Date Lady's Date Balsamic Vinegar, an organic, gluten free, vegan, kosher-certified condiment made from date syrup and balsamic vinegar.

The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts
Learn about The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts, North America's only kosher professional culinary arts school.

Why Do People Keep Kosher, Anyway?
An explanation of 10 major reasons -- from religious, to sociological, to practical -- that people keep kosher.

Kosher Eating at Walt Disney World, Orlando
Are there kosher restaurants at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida? Where is there kosher dining at Disney World? How can you find kosher food to eat at Disney? Planning your kosher meals will enable you to better enjoy your visit to the Magic Kingdom.

What Do I Feed My Baby for Passover?
Advice on what to feed your baby during the Passover holiday, plus tips for making kosher for Passover baby food.

Couscous Salad with Nectarines and Pistachios
A quick and easy recipe for Couscous Salad with Nectarines, Pistachios, and Basil Vinaigrette, made with whole wheat couscous.

Maple Oat Bread
A dairy-free, vegan recipe for Maple Oat Bread Machine Bread, enriched with with oats, white whole wheat flour, and sweetened with pure maple syrup.

Tamari-Roasted Chickpeas
A recipe for Tamari-Roasted Chickpeas, made with canned chickpeas, tamari soy sauce, maple syrup, and spices.

Black Bean, Cheese, and Tortilla Casserole
A kosher, vegetarian recipe for Black Bean, Cheese, and Tortilla Casserole, made with corn tortillas, canned beans, tomatoes, and cheese.

Pea and Walnut Pesto
A recipe for pea and walnut pesto made with fresh or frozen peas, walnuts, and Pecorino Romano cheese.

Rhubarb Peach Crumb Cake (Diary)
A kosher recipe for Rhubarb Peach Crumb Cake.

Blueberry Sour Cream Crumb Cake
A kosher recipe for Blueberry Sour Cream Crumb Cake, featuring a sour cream batter, a ribbon of blueberries, and a cinnamon crumb topping.

Barley and Roasted Vegetable Salad
Delicious warm or cool, this barley salad features roasted tomatoes, corn, bell peppers, and a light lemon-olive oil dressing.

Heirloom Tomato Salad with Goat Cheese and Arugula
A simple, stunning summer salad made with lush heirloom tomatoes, goat cheese, arugula, and a balsamic basil vinaigrette.

Traditional Shavuot Menus and Recipes
Shavuot, the Feast of the Weeks, is the Jewish holiday celebrating the harvest season in Israel and the anniversary of the giving of the Ten Commandments to the Israelites at Mount Sinai. Find a traditional dairy menu and recipes for the Shavuot holiday.

Soba Salad with Salmon and Avocado
A recipe for kosher, dairy-free soba noodle salad with vegetables and salmon

Banana Tahini Smoothie
This Banana Tahini smoothie is sweetened with date syrup, so a simple swap from milk to a non-dairy milk

Kosher Israeli Chicken Schnitzel Recipe
Schnitzel, which means cutlet in German, originally referred to deep-fried, breaded veal cutlets popular in German cuisine. The name and idea were borrowed by Jews, and today Israeli children are practically raised on chicken schnitzel.

Baked Chickpea Fritters
A kosher, vegan recipe for oven-baked chickpea fritters. Made with canned chickpeas, these falafel-inspired fritters make great salad toppers or wrap fillers. Served with tzatziki for dipping, they make great party fare, too.

Fantastic Fruit Smoothie (Pareve)
A recipe for a dairy-free fruit smoothie made with soymilk, berries, banana, and orange juice.

Berry Cherry Smoothie
A Berry Cherry smoothie recipe featuring strawberries, blueberries and cherries that can be made with either milk or a dairy-free substitute.

Rustic Whole Grain Layer Cake With Strawberries and Cream
A recipe for Rustic Whole Grain Layer Cake with Strawberries and Cream, made with white whole wheat flour, spread with marmalade, and topped with a tangy whipped cream cheese frosting and fresh berries.

Banana Nut Cake with Chocolate Icing
This Banana Nut Cake with Chocolate Icing is kosher for Passover, but it's so delicious, you'll want to serve it year-round.

Shiitake Mushroom and Apricot Stuffing
A kosher for Passover recipe for Matzo Stuffing with Shiitake Mushrooms and Apricots from Chef Avram Wiseman of the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts.

3 Ways to Make Your Seder Guests Happy
Tips for hosting a Seder that make your guests happy -- and have them clamoring to come back year after year.

10 Awesome Ways to Top Matzo
10 delicious ways to top matzo during Passover and beyond.

Iraqi Charoset (Pareve, Passover)
A recipe for Iraqi Charoset made with walnuts and date syrup.

Coconut Schnitzel With Almond Butter Sauce (Meat, Passover)
A kosher for Passover recipe for Chicken Schnitzel with Almond Butter Sauce from Paula Shoyer's cookbook The New Passover Menu.

Hazelnut Chocolate Chip Cookies (Pareve, Passover)
A recipe for kosher for Passover Hazelnut Chocolate Chip cookies made with ground hazelnuts and chopped dark chocolate.

Green Tea Cake with White Chocolate Buttercream
A kosher recipe for green tea cake with white chocolate buttercream frosting.

Cherry Bourbon Compote
A quick, easy recipe for Bourbon Cherry Compote that can be served with sweet or savory dishes, including cakes, ice cream, or cheese.

Citrus-Soaked Butter Cake
This recipe for Citrus-Soaked Butter Cake uses just one egg, and features a tender orange-scented cake brushed in a lemon, lime, and orange syrup.

Top 10 Kosher Soup Recipes
Chicken soup is. Kosher Food.

Bread Machine Honey Sandwich Bread
A non-dairy, egg-free recipe for Honey Sandwich Bread made in a bread machine.

Sweet Potato, Lentil, and Spinach Stew
A kosher, vegan recipe for an Indian cuisine-inspired Lentil, Sweet Potato, and Spinach Stew.

Roasted Cauliflower with Curry
Take roasted cauliflower to the next level by seasoning it with curry powder or another favorite spice blend. This easy, vegan recipe will show you how!

No-Chicken Matzo Ball Soup
A kosher for Passover vegetarian Matzo Ball Soup recipe

Chocolate Hazelnut Stuffed Dates
Craving a confection that's nutritious and delicious? This kosher, vegan recipe for Chocolate Hazelnut Stuffed Dates Dates is a luscious take on the chocolate bonbon, made with fresh dates, homemade chocolate hazelnut paste, a dusting of cinnamon sugar, and crunchy roasted hazelnuts.

Roasted Broccoli with Ginger
Take broccoli from ho-hum to totally irresistible with this quick and easy recipe for Ginger Roasted Broccoli. Olive oil, fresh ginger, and a quick stint in a hot oven are all it takes to transform the workhorse veggie into something special.

Tropical Mango Upside Down Cake
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for Tropical Mango Upside Down Cake, made with fresh mangoes and coconut milk.

Vegetarian French Onion Soup (Dairy)
A recipe for kosher, vegetarian French onion soup made with miso and red wine.

Tofu Piccata
A kosher, vegetarian recipe for Tofu Piccata, made with extra firm tofu, butter, extra virgin olive oil, wine, lemon, and capers.

Cinnamon Spice Rice Pudding
A kosher recipe for dairy-free, egg-free Cinnamon Spice Rice pudding, made with Arborio rice, soy milk, cinnamon, and ginger.

Spinach, Feta, and Mushroom Pie
A kosher recipe for Spinach and Feta Pie, made with spinach, mushrooms and feta cheese baked in a homemade olive oil-based crust.

Sweet Ginger Tofu
A simple kosher, vegetarian recipe for Sweet Ginger Tofu, made with tamari, toasted sesame oil, and pure maple syrup.

Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Spread (Pareve, Passover)
Love Nutella, but wish you could make a homemade version? This easy, dairy-free recipe for Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Spread is even better than the jarred stuff!

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Kosher Meat Cholent Recipe
The quintessential Jewish food, originally a slow-cooked, bean-barley stew served during the Sabbath in Eastern Europe. This traditional recipe has beef in it.

Cauliflower Pancakes for Chanukah Recipe
These Cauliflower Latkes are perfect for Hanukkah or Passover. They are healthier and lower in carbohydrates than traditional Potato Pancakes. They are also easier to prepare than Potato Latkes. And in my humble opinion they are tastier. For an even healthier touch, add steamed and mashed broccoli to the pancake batter to create cauliflower-broccoli vegetable latkes for a nutritious Jewish holiday meal.

Kosher-For-Passover Matzo (Parve, Passover)
Every year Jews worldwide celebrate Passover by reliving the story of the Exodus from Egypt as if they themselves are going from slavery to freedom. The Israelite slaves fled Egypt in haste and had to eat their bread before it had time to rise. Thus, on Passover Jews eat matzo, which is unleavened bread. This Matzo Recipe can be used to make homemade matzo.

Kosher Baked Salmon Fillet Recipe
For a moist and flavorful salmon entree, simply drip seasonings on the fish, wrap the fillet tightly in foil, and bake. Easy; healthy and light; aesthetic.

Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies (Parve)
Deborah Cigary emailed in this recipe for kosher Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies. Give this easy, three-ingredient (peanut butter, sugar, egg) recipe to your kids, and let them prepare a delicious, parve dessert for the whole family this Shabbos. I just made a batch, and my son walked into the kitchen and said

Quick Focaccia with Olives and Goat Cheese
A recipe for quick focaccia made with prepared pizza dough, olives and goat cheese.

What is Kosher?
Does a rabbi's blessing make a food kosher? What is meant by a kosher kitchen? Why do some kosher products have K symbols and others OU symbols on their package? Why won't my Jewish daughter-in-law eat the kosher style hotdogs I bought? This page will help you better understand the term

Baked Sesame Teriyaki Tofu Recipe - Baked Tofu Cakes - Vegetarian Side Dishes - Non-Dairy Parve Kosher Side Dish Recipes
Perhaps my vegetarian friends were afraid they would go home hungry. Whatever the reason, I'm glad they brought this Baked Sesame Teriyaki Tofu dish with them to Friday night dinner. We enjoyed this healthy, tasty side dish for dinner that night, and since then we have gotten in the habit of preparing it often for Shabbat. It is so easy to make that my kids can prepare it all by themselves.

Baked Gefilte Fish Loaf (Pareve, Passover)
Gefilte fish is a loaf of chopped up fish, usually white-fleshed freshwater fish such as carp or pike. The chopped fish is generally mixed with onions, carrots and parsley. Eggs and matzah meal hold the mixture together. This gefilte fish recipe is unique in that it uses gefilte fish from a jar and bakes, rather than boils, the fish.

OU Orthodox Union
Information about the OU, America's largest and most recognizable kosher supervision agency, with contact information and a photo of its kosher logo.

Kof-K
Information about America's Kof-K kosher supervision agency, with contact and client information and a photo of its kosher logo.

OK
Information about America's Kof-K kosher supervision agency, with contact and client information and a photo of its kosher logo.

Star-K
Information about America's Star-K kosher supervision agency, with contact and client information and a photo of its kosher logo.

Savory Spinach Polenta (Pareve)
A kosher, vegan, gluten-free recipe for spinach polenta made with polenta, garlic, frozen spinach, and vegetable stock.

Creamy Baked Potatoes Recipe - Kosher Dairy Potatoes
This recipe for Creamy Baked Potatoes proves, once again, that sometimes it is incredibly easy to put delicious food on the table. Just slice the potatoes, top them with cream, garlic, salt and pepper, and then bake. Your kids will be thrilled. For an easy Shavuot meal, serve these dairy potatoes after the soup, along with the salmon and salad, and before the cheesecake.

Vegetarian Vegetable Kugel (Pareve)
This savory, pareve, vegetable kugel is a favorite among vegetarians who keep kosher. When made with matzo meal instead of flour, this kugel is a favorite among vegetarians who keep kosher for Passover.

Kosher Recipes: Russian Potato Salad
This Russian Potato Salad is hearty and delicious. The peas and carrots add color and flavor that set this salad apart from other potato salads. For a pleasing summer meal, serve this potato salad with fried chicken.