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Mujadara-Stuffed Squash (Pareve)
A kosher, vegan recipe for Mujadara-stuffed squash, made with roasted squash, lentils, rice, and caramelized onions.

Brisket with Mango Barbecue Sauce
A kosher recipe for brisket featuring a homemade mango barbecue sauce from cookbook author Ronnie Fein.

Butternut Mushroom Pot Pie
A kosher, vegetarian recipe for a savory, veggie-filled Butternut Squash and Mushroom Pot Pie that can be made vegan by swapping all-butter puff pastry for a dairy-free version.

Ginger Chocolate Macaroons
A vegan, raw, kosher for Passover recipe for Ginger Chocolate Macaroons made with ground almonds, coconut, maple syrup, ginger, and chocolate.

Panko-Crusted Turkey Cutlets with Cranberry and Pear Chutney
A recipe for Panko-crusted Turkey cutlets with homemade Cranberry Pear Chutney, from Ronnie Fein's cookbook Modern Kosher Kitchen.

Great Grains: 7 Delicious Make-Ahead Grain Salads
A collection of kosher, vegetarian grain salads that can be made ahead for easy entertaining.

Step 12: Give the Turkey a Beak
Give the turkey cupcakes frosting beaks

Step 6: Finish the Turkey's Fan
Use medium chocolate coin to finish making the turkey cupcake's fan

Step 13: Give Your Turkeys Personality!
Decorate the turkey cupcakes with icing and serve

Step 10: Give the Turkey Eyes
Use white frosting to add eyes to the turkey cupcake

Step 11: Add Pupils to the Turkey's Eyes
Step-by-step instructions with photos for making dairy-free Thanksgivukkah Turkey Cupcakes with chocolate Hanukkah gelt and icing decorations

Pipe a Wattle on the Turkey
Pipe an icing wattle on the turkey cupcake

Step 7: Add Frosting Wings
Add frosting wings to the Thanksgivukkah turkey cupcake

Step 3: Cut a slot for the gelt
How to cut a slot for the first chocolate gelt coin in the Thanksgivukkah cupcake

Step 2: Frost the Cupcakes
Frosting the Thanksgivukkah turkey cupcakes

Step 1: Gather the Ingredients
Ingredients for Thanksgivukkah Turkey Cupcakes

Step 9: Add a Turkey Head
Use a small choccolate coin to make the turkey cupcake's head

Step 4: Add the First Piece of Hanukkah Gelt
Add the first piece of Hannukah gelt to the Thanksgivvukah cupcake

Step 5: Cut 2 More Slots
Cutting more slots for the chocolate coins

Thanksgiving Turkey Cupcakes with Chanukah Gelt
Step-by-step instructions with photos for making dairy-free Thanksgiving Turkey Cupcakes with chocolate Hanukkah gelt and icing decorations.

Oat Groats Salad with Roasted Cauliflower, Carrots, and Lima Beans
A kosher, vegan recipe for Oat Groats Salad with Roasted Cauliflower, Carrots, and Lima Beans

Forbidden Rice Salad with Apricots and Hazelnuts (Pareve)
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for Forbidden Rice Salad with dried apricots, toasted hazelnuts, and an Asian vinaigrette.

Roasted Walnut Vinaigrette
A simple vinaigrette dressing recipe made with roasted walnut oil, balsamic vinegar, Dijon mustard, and honey.

Classic Gefilte Fish (Pareve)
At the time of the Mishna (200 CE), rabbis deemed it meritorious to eat fish on the Sabbath and Jews became accustomed to eating fish at festive meals. Due to the plethora of rivers in Europe, Ashkenazi Jews tended to cook with freshwater fish. Eastern European Jews would make a mixture of chopped fish, stuff it back into the skin of the fish, and boil it. The word gefilte means stuffed in Yiddish.

White Chocolate Cake
White Chocolate Cake. Kosher Food.

Chocolate Layer Cake with Dulce de Leche and Salted Caramel Frosting
Instructions for assembling a kosher chocolate layer cake with dulce de leche filling, salted caramel buttercream frosting, and an edible rose petal garnish.

Cover the Challah and Let It Rise
Cover the braided challah and allow it to rise.

Pinch the Dough
Finish the braid by pinching the ends of the dough together and tucking them under the challah loaf.

Tuck the Ends Under the Loaf
Tuck the ends of the challah under the loaf.

Left Over Right
Continue to braid by passing the left rope over the right.

How to Braid a 3-Strand Challah: Method 1
A step-by-step guide with photos demonstrating how to braid a 3-strand challah bread.

Continue the Braid
Braid right over center, then left over center until the entire loaf is braided.

Divide the Challah Dough into 3 Portions
The first step in challah braiding is dividing the dough into 3 portions.

Begin Shaping the Challah Dough
Shape the challah dough into logs to prepare for braiding.

Place the Dough Ropes on a Baking Sheet
Place the dough ropes on a baking sheet before braiding your challah.

Pinch the Ends of the Dough Together
Pinch the strands of the dough together to form the top of the challah loaf.

Begin to Braid Right Over Left
Begin to braid by passing the dough rope on the right over the center strand.

Roll the Dough into Ropes
Roll the challah dough into ropes to prepare it for braiding.

Whole Foods Kosher for Passover Products
Whole Foods' Kosher for Passover Exclusives

Apricot Almond Oatmeal
A kosher recipe for oatmeal topped with apricots, raisins, almonds, and maple syrup.

An Index of Kosher Recipes and Food
Use this recipe index to find all recipes in the About.com Kosher Food site. Recipes include Appetizers, Breads, Soups, Salads, Dairy Entrees, Fish Entrees, Meat Entrees, Vegetarian, Side Dishes and Desserts.

Toasted Cheddar, Peach, and Basil Sandwiches
A recipe for Toasted Cheddar, Peach, and Basil Sandwiches

Tortellini Soup with Spinach
A recipe for kosher Tortellini Spinach Soup made with vegetable stock, frozen tortellini, spinach and tomatoes.

Easy Meat Stuffed Cabbage Recipe - Kosher Ground Beef Recipe - Simchat Torah Jewish Holiday Menus
Stuffed Cabbage takes time and effort to prepare, so it tends to be a Jewish holiday dish. Meat Stuffed Cabbage is traditionally served on Simchat Torah because the cylindrical shape of the meat-filled cabbage rolls is reminiscent of the shape of Torah.

Beet Risotto with Greens and Goat Cheese
A kosher, vegetarian recipe for beet risotto with greens and goat cheese.

Fresh Strawberry Cake (Pareve)
An all-natural, kosher, dairy-free recipe for Fresh Strawberry Cake, made with pureed ripe strawberries.

Moroccan Lentil & Tomato Soup with Pasta (Harira)
A recipe for pareve Harira, a Moroccan soup made with red lentils, tomatoes, and pasta

Quinoa Corn Salad Recipe - Kosher Quinoa Recipes - Healthy Shabbos Salads - Lite Shabbat Summer Side Dish
My sister-in-law's recipe for Quinoa Corn Salad solved an issue we were facing. While we wanted to eat quinoa more often because it is healthy, we didn't really like quinoa itself very much. Thanks to this recipe, we like quinoa better now and are eating it more often. The yellow corn, red pepper and purple onion make the quinoa tasty and colorful.

Raspberry Whipped Cream (Dairy, Passover)
Raspberry Whipped Cream. Kosher Food.

Jewish Holiday Cooking
The Jewish calendar is filled with holiday celebrations that bring family and friends together around the table, to share delicious food and traditions old and new. Find recipes, menus and tips for your weekly Shabbat celebration, and for holidays and festivals including Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Hanukkah, Tu B'Shvat, Purim, Passover and Shavuot and more!

Peach Pecan Quinoa Cereal
A wholesome recipe for breakfast quinoa with juicy peaches, pecans, and pure maple syrup.

Cheesy Vegetable Quiche with Potato Pancake Crust
A recipe from Chef Alison Gutwaks for kosher for Passover Cheesy Vegetable Quiche with Potato Pancake Crust

Israeli Couscous with Cherries and Pine Nuts
A recipe for Israeli Couscous with Cherries and Pine Nuts, flavored with scallions, fresh mint, and a balsamic vinaigrette.

Charred Pepper Salad Recipe - Kosher Parve Vegetable Side Dish Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meal - Shabbat Salads
This Charred Pepper Salad can be served hot or cold. It’s a great Shabbat salad as you can serve it warm on Friday night and then cold for lunch the next day – though if you want enough for both meals I suggest doubling the recipe. The longer it sits in the marinade the tastier it gets!

Quick & Easy Sugared Nuts
These sugared nuts, which can be prepared up to a week before the festive meal, can turn a mundane lettuce salad into a masterpiece.

Quick & Easy Sugared Nuts
These sugared nuts, which can be prepared up to a week before the festive meal, can turn a mundane lettuce salad into a masterpiece.

Quick & Easy Sugared Nuts
These sugared nuts, which can be prepared up to a week before the festive meal, can turn a mundane lettuce salad into a masterpiece.

Quick & Easy Sugared Nuts
These sugared nuts, which can be prepared up to a week before the festive meal, can turn a mundane lettuce salad into a masterpiece.

Quick & Easy Sugared Nuts
These sugared nuts, which can be prepared up to a week before the festive meal, can turn a mundane lettuce salad into a masterpiece.

Quick & Easy Sugared Nuts
These sugared nuts, which can be prepared up to a week before the festive meal, can turn a mundane lettuce salad into a masterpiece.

Quick & Easy Sugared Nuts
These sugared nuts, which can be prepared up to a week before the festive meal, can turn a mundane lettuce salad into a masterpiece.

Jamie Geller's Crispy Fried Red Onions
A recipe for Crispy Fried Red Onions from Jamie Geller's Joy of Kosher cookbook.

Perfect Baked Potatoes - Kosher Side Dish Recipes - Quick Easy Kosher Dinners - Oven Baked Potato Recipe
We used to prepare baked potatoes in the microwave. But we’ve discovered that baked potatoes are much tastier when slowly baked in the oven. Simply, wash and dry, puncture with a fork, rub olive oil and salt all around, and slowly bake in the oven. Serve with a green salad for a lite, but satiating meal.

Maple Roasted Delicata Squash with Cranberries and Almonds
A recipe for roasted Delicata squash with dried cranberries, ground almonds, and maple syrup.

Zaatar Challah Croutons (Pareve)
A recipe for homemade challah croutons seasoned with the Middle Eastern spice blend zaatar.

Kosher Bubbly
A listing of kosher sparkling wines from Italy, Spain, and France, including kosher Cava, kosher Champagne, and kosher Prosecco

Introduction to Jewish Kosher Cooking and Dietary Laws
What is kosher? Does a rabbi's blessing make a food kosher? Why do some kosher products have K symbols and others OU symbols on their package? What is meant by a kosher kitchen? Learn the basics about buying kosher food and kosher cooking.

Kosher Mexican Food
Given that Mexican food often mixes milk and meat, these kosher recipes are very helpful for kosher-observant who want a taste of Mexico.

Kosher Indonesian Food
Use these Indonesian recipes and your kosher kitchen to create a kosher Indonesian feast!

Kosher Hungarian Food
I have yet to meet a Hungarian Jew who doesn't have a great appreciation for good food. What kosher Hungarian food lacks in sophistication, it makes up for in passion.

Shabbos Meat and Puff Pastry Pie Recipe
This quick easy Meat Pie is simple enough to prepare with your kids. Simply saute onions, brown ground beef, mix with frozen vegetables and Marinara sauce, and then bake in puff pastry dough. It is the perfect dish to serve for Shabbos lunch when you have invited a crowd, especially when the guests include lots of children and teens. If there is any meat pie leftover after Saturday lunch, it will get eaten for sure on Sunday.

Kosher Greek Food - Kosher Greek Recipes
Use your kosher kitchen and these kosher Greek recipes to create a kosher Greek feast!

Kosher Food Videos Online
Learn how to prepare kosher dishes by watching online videos of experts preparing noodle kugel, knishes, matzo balls, bagels, challah, rugelach, mandel bread and more!

Mehadrin - Definition (Kosher Term)
Mehadrin refers to the most stringent level of kosher supervision.

What Is Treif? (Definition)
Non-kosher food, food not in accord with Jewish dietary laws, is called treif.

Roasted Asparagus - Kosher Parve Vegetable Recipe - Kosher Side Dish Recipes - Jewish Cooking
Roasted Asparagus is the perfect side dish for any Sabbath or Jewish holiday meal. It is easy to make, and the color and taste complement meat main dishes.

Israel's Independence Day
On Israel's Independence Day, Israelis packs their picnic baskets with charcoal, lots of meat, salads, pita bread and hummus. The country's parks are dotted with families outdoors barbecuing and enjoying

Tu B'Shvat Recipes - Kosher Jewish Holiday Food- Tu B'Shevat - Tu Bishvat
An annual new year for trees (Tu B'Shvat) was established by Talmudic rabbis so that Jews could calculate the age of trees and know when they could be harvested. Jews celebrate Tu B'Shvat by learning about the environment, planting trees in Israel, and serving dishes containing fruit and grains mentioned in the Bible.

Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies (Pareve)
A dairy-free recipe for kosher Chocolate Chocolate Chip cookies, made with cocoa, dark chocolate, and palm shortening

Honey Almond Challah
A recipe for kosher, dairy-free challah bread enhanced with almond meal and honey.

Lime Honey Chicken (Meat)
A recipe for Lime Honey Chicken, made with chicken, fresh lime juice, honey, sesame oil, and garlic.

Kosher Symbols on Milk - Ask a Rabbi
Rabbi Barry Dov Lerner is asked the explain the difference between milk certified as kosher and milk without a kosher symbol on the carton.

Jewish Sabbath Dinners
Friday night dinner is the time when my family transitions from our busy and often stressful daily life to a more spiritual time. We set the Sabbath table with a white tablecloth and our best dishes. Candles, wine and challah loaves add a festive feel to the table. Then we sing

Garlic Baked Sea Bass Kosher Recipe
This Garlic Baked Sea Bass recipe is easy enough for novice fish cooks to master. Simply rub some olive oil, lemon juice, minced garlic, salt and pepper into this mild fish, and bake for 20 minutes. Sometimes it is surprisingly simple to prepare a delicious, healthy main dish.

Parmesan Quinoa Recipe - Kosher Jewish Sabbath Side Dishes
Quinoa is so healthy, but I hadn't succeeded yet to find a way to prepare it so it is tasty enough for my crew. Then I saw this recipe for Parmesan Quinoa in Susie Fishbein's cookbook, Kosher by Design: Teens and 20-Somethings. As it turns out, mixing quinoa with Parmesan cheese was the secret to making quinoa a popular dish in my home.

Salted Caramel Frosting (Dairy)
A recipe for kosher salted caramel buttercream frosting made with dulce de leche.

Vanilla Bean Orange Challah
A recipe for kosher, dairy-free challah flavored with vanilla bean and orange.

Dill Matzo Balls
A recipe for kosher for Passover, vegetarian matzo balls will dill

Strawberry Sour Cream Muffins (Diary)
A recipe for kosher Strawberry Sour Cream Muffins made with fresh strawberries, and topped with a simple cinnamon streusel.

BBQ Short Rib Sandwiches with Avocado (Meat)
A kosher recipe for BBQ Short Rib Sandwiches with Avocado from Jamie Geller's Joy of Kosher cookbook

Short Rib Sliders with Flavored Mayo on Garlic Toast (Meat)
A kosher recipe for BBQ Short Rib Sandwiches with Avocado from Jamie Geller's Joy of Kosher cookbook

Rice Salad with Toasted Nuts, Apples, and Onion Dressing (Pareve)
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for Rice Salad with Toasted Nuts, Apples, and Onion Dressing from Jamie Geller's Joy of Kosher cookbook.

Jamie Geller's Apple and Nut Rice Ring (Pareve)
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for Apple and Nut Rice Ring from Jamie Geller's Joy of Kosher cookbook.

Walnut Raisin Mandel Bread (Passover, Pareve)
A recipe for kosher for Passover Walnut Raisin Mandel Bread

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

Matzo Klos (aka Matzo Dumplings; Pareve, Passover)
A recipe for matzo dumplings with dried fruit sauce

Impressive Passover Seder Menu - Festive Meat Pesach Recipes - Kosher Food - Turkey Brisket Recipe
I'll be honest. This year I don't just want to host Passover Seder, I want to impress my guests, especially my parents and siblings. And with 3 days to go until the Seder, I think I'll succeed. The trick was putting a lot of thought into the menu and organizing my time so there is time to do it all. I kashered the meat side of the kitchen, leaving the dairy side accessible to the kids to eat their cereal and make their sandwiches.

Kosher for Jews - Kashrut
Jewish Dietary Laws (Kashrut) originated in the Bible (Torah). Over the centuries, the rabbis codified and interpreted these Biblical laws. Today liberal and traditional branches of Judaism hold different views of the Jewish Dietary Laws. What are Jewish Dietary Laws?

Kosher for Health-Conscious
Some people eat kosher for reasons of health. Vegetarians and people who suffer from lactose intolerance or allergies tend to be most attracted to kosher products.

Kosher Terms Online
These sites offer glossaries with kosher terms.

Kosher for Muslims - Halal
Islamic Dietary Laws include prohibitions against alcohol and pork and rules about slaughtering animals. What is the difference between kosher and halal?

Gourmet Israeli Food Finds
A roundup of kosher gourmet gifts that hail from Israel.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Shekalim Cookies - Jewish Cookie Recipe - Kosher Dessert Recipes - Shabbat Shekalim
In honor of Shabbat Shekalim, Meryll Page sent in this recipe for Peanut Butter Chocolate Shekalim Cookies. On Shabbat Shekalim Jews read how God commands Moses to take a census of adult males by having them each pay a half-shekel. Moshe counts the money to see how many men are available for military service. The half-shekel is used initially to build the Tabernacle and later as a tax for maintaining the Temple. I hope these delicious cookies will promote lively discussion at your Shabbos table.

Kosher Almond Horseshoes Recipe - Kosher Dessert Recipes - Parve Desserts
These kosher and parve Almond Horseshoe Cookies can be served with tea at the end of a Sabbath or holiday meat meal. These cookies are festive, light, nut-flavored, and chocolate-dipped.

Quick Kosher Cookie Recipe - Easy Cookies - Parve Dessert Recipes - Brownies
An enthusiastic visitor to the About.com Kosher Food site and mother of three has contributed this Quick Kosher Cookie Recipe. It is very easy to make with just four ingredients and four steps. And it is very versatile as a variety of cake mixes and mix-ins can be used. Surprise your kids today with these tasty treats.

Fruit Compote Recipe - Kosher Dessert Recipes - Parve Desserts - Susan Portman Jewish Holiday Cooking
This Fruit Compote, contributed by Susan Portman, is easy to make and aesthetic to serve at the end of a festive Sabbath or holiday meal. My 9-year-old son prefers this compote to chocolate cake.

Fat-Free Cinnamon Sponge Cake Recipe - Kosher Dessert Recipes - Yom Kippur Break Fast Cakes
We always break our Yom Kippur fast with this Fat-Free Cinnamon Sponge Cake. It is light and airy. Even those watching their weight won't feel guilty indulging!

Frozen Lemon Dessert Recipe - Kosher Parve Dessert Recipes - Pareve Desserts for Shabbat
This is the perfect summer Sabbath lunch or Seudah Shlishit dessert, especially when you have invited guests. This Frozen Lemon Dessert is pareve, easy to make, and a light, sweet ending to a festive meal.

Chocolate Mousse Recipe - Kosher Dessert Recipes - Shabbat Desserts
This recipe was given to me by an old flatmate who is also an artist. She prepares the most wonderful food and this chocolate mouse always gets rave reviews. I have made it here with 250 grams of chocolate but you can use any amount that you like always keeping the ratio of 1 egg per every 50 grams of chocolate plus one extra egg white. Thanks Liora!

Kosher Peach Crisp Recipe - Kosher Parve Desserts - Kosher Dessert Recipes
Through the combined flavors of warm peaches, cinnamon and oats, this easy-to-make Peach Crisp is calming and comforting. Since it is made with fresh peaches, it is the perfect summertime dessert. And since it is parve, it is the perfect ending to a kosher meat meal.

Latkes - Potato Pancakes - Jamie Geller - Quick and Kosher: Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing
Jamie Geller, author of Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing, contributed this latkes potato pancakes recipe for Hanukkah. Her grandfather gave her the recipe. The latkes, with no non-essential ingredients, are crunchy, light and taste like they did in the old country.

Cabbage Latkes Pancakes Recipe - Healthy Hanukkah Party Recipes - Nechama Cohen - Jewish Diabetes Association
Nechama Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA) and author of EnLITEned Kosher Cooking, shares this low-carb, low-fat recipe for Cabbage Latkes (Pancakes). Enjoy a healthy Hanukkah by preparing these Cabbage Latkes instead of fried Potato Latkes.

Cauliflower Latkes Pancakes Recipe - Healthy Hanukkah Party Recipes - Nechama Cohen - Jewish Diabetes Association
Nechama Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA) and author of EnLITEned Kosher Cooking, shares this low-carb, low-fat recipe for Cauliflower Latkes (Pancakes). Enjoy a healthy Hanukkah by preparing these Cauliflower Latkes instead of high-carb Potato Latkes.

Cold Macaroni Side for Kids - Kosher Barbecue Side Dish Recipes - Yom HaAtzmaut Picnic Pasta Recipe
This child-friendly Macaroni Salad can be the starchy side dish on your barbecue menu. While this simple pasta salad can be easily dressed up with cherry tomatoes, red onion, broccoli, carrots or other raw vegetables, my kids prefer it plain.

Israeli Shakshouka (Parve)
Shakshouka (also spelled Shakshuka), from the Hebrew word leshakshek meaning

Passover Spinach Noodle Kugel Recipe - Pesach Kugels - Kosher Passover Side Dish Recipes- Gluten-Free
This Gluten-Free, Kosher-for-Passover Spinach Noodle Kugel will wow everyone at your Seder meal. Your family will also be happy to have this kugel throughout Passover week. The best thing about this kugel is that it doesn't taste like a Passover dish. The fresh spinach and onions give this kugel an old-fashioned, wholesome taste, and the fresh ingredients also make this an economical dish.

Marinated Cauliflower - Kosher Recipe for Marinated Vegetables - Low-Fat Recipes
Looking for a healthy, light, make-ahead, parve side dish? Simply marinate cauliflower. The result is a tender vegetable that is bursting with flavor.

Passover Cheese Blintzes (Dairy, Passover)
Cheese blintzes, a classic Ashkenazic Jewish food that probably originated in Poland, can be made kosher for Passover simply by replacing the flour in the recipe with potato starch.

Passover Cottage Cheese Kugel Recipe - Passover Dairy Recipes - Pesach Kugels
My sister-in-law emailed me this recipe for Passover Cottage Cheese Kugel. She wrote that a friend brought this delicious kugel to her house, and

Miriam's Red Cabbage (Parve, Passover)
It is important to include Passover recipes that contain vegetables and fruit in your Passover menu, as they balance all the heavy egg and matzo Passover dishes eaten during the holiday week. Miriam's Red Cabbage can be made several days in advance, refrigerated and reheated. Thus, this delicious and pareve vegetable dish is good for body and soul!

Spinach Kugel (Pareve, Passover)
This Spinach Kugel is the perfect dish to serve for Sabbath meals during the week of Passover.

Matzo Brei (Parve, Passover)
Matzo brei is so easy-to-make and tasty that it has become a Passover staple. My kids love matzo brei so much that they ask for it all year round.

Kids Make Hamantashen Cookies - Purim Cookie Recipe - Jewish Holidays Recipes
This is a simple Hamantashen recipe which you can make with your children. Baking holiday treats with your kids is a great way to create special holiday memories which they will carry on with them.

Grandmother's Hamantashen - Pareve Purim Hamantashen Cookies - Jewish Holiday Pastries
This recipe for Purim Hamantashen comes from the recipe box of Tamar Weber's grandmother. If it lasted three generations and made the trip from America to Israel, then it must be good!

Raspberry Raisin Rugelach Cookies - Kosher Cookie Recipe - Jewish Cooking - Desserts Recipes
Raspberry Raisin Rugelach is my favorite kind. If you have never made rugelach before, I suggest you roll up your sleeves and give it a try. It is much easier to make than it looks, and the results are well worth the effort. This rugelach recipe is simple to make and delicious to eat.

Teriyaki Green Beans Recipe - Kosher Side Dish Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meal - Shabbat Vegetables
These Teriyaki Green Beans grace our table nearly every Shabbat. They are healthy, easy to make and great tasting. Try experimenting with different teriyaki sauces. We have found a sesame teriyaki sauce that works particularly well with the beans.

Perfect Parve Party Cake Recipe - Kosher Parve Desserts for Jewish Sabbath - Recipes for Busy Kosher Cooks
Why do I call this the Perfect Parve Party Cake? First, it is parve so it can be served after a traditional Jewish Sabbath or holiday meat meal. Secondly, it is very easy and quick to prepare. Thirdly, it is aesthetic and delicious with its chocolate base and creamy topping.

Baked Tangy Cauliflower Recipe - Kosher Parve Side Dish Vegetable Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meal - Shabbat Dinner
This Baked Tangy Cauliflower recipe is great when you are looking for an easy-to-prepare vegetable side dish. My family loves cauliflower, and mustard is a delicious way to enhance its flavor.

Tangy Lettuce Salad Recipe - Kosher Salad Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meal - Shabbat Salads
The Tangy Lettuce Salad is a big hit every time I serve it. The secret to its success is the combination of slightly spicy dressing with sweet sugared pecans and mandarin oranges.

Oven Baked Meatballs Recipe - Kosher Appetizer Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meal - Shabbat Lunch
These meatballs are baked in the oven, so they are quick and easy to prepare. My sister serves these meatballs as a Shabbat lunch appetizer. Thus the kids eat something filling and nutritious at the beginning of the meal, and you don't have to worry about calling them back to the table when they are busy playing!

Perfect Roast Potatoes Recipe - Kosher Potato Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meal - Shabbat Dinner
I make these Roast Potatoes every Friday night, so my children think Shabbat and roast potatoes are synonymous. Guests always ask for the

Baked Zucchini Sticks - Kosher Appetizers - Pareve Vegetable Side Dishes - Healthy Shabbos Appetizer Side Dish
Looking for a dish that is healthy of enough for you and tasty enough for your kids? These Baked Zucchini Sticks will meet all your family's culinary needs. Serve as a first course for any holiday meal or as a Shabbos side dish. Simply dip the zucchini slices in eggs and spiced bread crumbs, and then bake. Nutritious and delicious.

Nechama Cohen's Carb Free Low Fat Cheese Blintz Recipe - Healthy Crepes - Kosher Dairy Shavuot Recipes
Nechama Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA) and author of EnLITEned Kosher Cooking, shares her healthy recipe for carb free, low fat Cheese Blintzes / Crepes. They are lovely for the holiday of Shavuot (Pentecost) or for entertaining anytime. In her book, Cohen offers a variety of other crepe fillings, including potato, meat, apple, nut and non-dairy cheese.

Nechama Cohen's Low Carb Low Fat Baked Cheese Cake Recipe - Healthy Cheese Cakes - Kosher Dairy Shavuot Recipes
Nechama Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA) and author of EnLITEned Kosher Cooking, shares her healthy recipe for low carb, low fat Baked Cheese Cake. Nechama writes that the recipe has been a Shavuot family tradition for as long as she can remember.

Nechama Cohen's Low Carb Fat Free Zucchini Souffle Recipe - Dairy Kosher Cooking - Shavuot Recipes
Nechama Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA) and author of EnLITEned Kosher Cooking, shares her healthy recipe for low carb, fat free, Zucchini Souffle. This wonderful souffle can be made with substitute (non-dairy) cheese for a kosher parve dish.

Easy Mushroom Quiche Recipe - Kosher Dairy Recipes - Shavuot Food - Jewish Holiday Cooking
If you think it is difficult to make quiche, then this easy Mushroom Quiche recipe will be a wonderful surprise for you. I always double the recipe and put one of the quiches in the freezer.

Kosher Chicken Turkey Soup Recipe - Kosher Soup Recipe
This recipe for kosher Chicken Turkey Soup is loved by kids and a staple on our Sabbath table. The turkey adds iron and flavor. The soup can be served with matzo balls or noodles.

Blueberry-Topped Noodle Kugel Recipe - Dairy Kugel Recipes - Kosher Noodle Kugels
You've just finished the 25-hour Yom Kippur fast, and your body is begging for something sweet and easy-to-digest. This Blueberry-topped Sweet Noodle Kugel recipe, courtesy of Susan Tanur, is the perfect Yom Kippur Break Fast dish.

Kosher Barbecue Glazed Chicken and Potatoes Recipe - Kosher Chicken Recipe
Try this kosher recipe for Barbecue Glazed Chicken and Potatoes for the Friday night Sabbath dinner. On Saturday, when food is heated on a hot plate in accordance with Judaism's Sabbath cooking laws, kugels or rice work better than potatoes as side dishes.

Miriam Zakon's No-Fail Cholent Recipe - Kids Kosher Meat Recipes - Kids Can Cook Kosher
Did you know that your child can prepare cholent for the Sabbath dinner? This No-Fail Cholent recipe comes from Miriam Zakon's wonderful The Kids Kosher Cookbook: Do-It-Yourself Recipes Your Kids Will Love to Cook. Think how proud your child will feel when it comes time to serve the Shabbat cholent he or she made!

Shish Kabob Marinade Recipe - Kosher Barbecue Recipes - Independence Day Menu
This marinade, provided by Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer, is great for chicken, beef and fish. For a healthier marinade, the oil can be omitted.

Meat Pie Recipe - Ground Beef Pies - Quick Meat and Vegetable Pie Recipe - Kosher Beef Recipes
With so many fun activities, I don't like to spend Purim in the kitchen cooking. At the same time, we tend to have a large crowd over for the Purim Feast (Seudat Purim). So I really like to make and serve this Quick Meat & Vegie Pie for the festive Purim meal. It is quick to make, feeds a crowd, and is satiating after a day of running around and snacking on sweets.

Kosher Pigs in a Blanket Recipe - Moshe b'Tayva - Moses in the Ark - Hotdogs rolled in pastry puff - Kosher Recipes for Children - Family Dinners
In Israel Pigs in a Blanket are called Moshe B'Tayva, which means Moses in the Ark. Simply roll pastry puff dough around kosher hotdogs and bake. The recipe is so easy that children can make these hotdog roll-ups all by themselves.

Easy Turkey Gravy Recipe - Kosher Thanksgiving Recipes
This easy Turkey Gravy recipe will perfectly complement your Thanksgiving turkey. It is a simple and quick gravy to make when you are expecting a crowd, and it is delicious too. Your guests will love to sop up any extra gravy with their cornbread and mashed potatoes.

Kosher Roast Turkey with Stuffing (Meat)
This Roast Stuffed Turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving entree, but it is also the perfect dish to serve when entertaining a large group of people. These carefully written instructions take the novice turkey-roaster from thawing to carving.

Easy Cheese Cake Recipe - Kosher Cakes - Shavuot Dairy Dessert Recipes
This is one of my favorite cheese cakes, and as cheese cakes go it is quite low in calories (though this has never stopped anyone from licking the plate and asking for more). This cake is a must in my house for Shavuot. I make it without a crust, but you can always add a cookie/butter crust of your choice (crush around 200 grams of plain cookies and mix with about 75 grams of melted butter).

Adina's Sweet Potatoes (Parve, Passover)
This is a delicious, sweet, parve side dish to serve on Passover. Adina's Sweet Potatoes are also easy to make. I cut the potatoes, and my kids mix the sauce and pour it over the potatoes. After baking the potatoes, we all enjoy eating them together, usually with chicken or turkey.

Pesah Chocolate Chip Mandelbrot Recipe - Pareve Passover Desserts - Jewish Holiday Shabbos Dessert Recipes
These Pesah Chocolate Chip Mandelbrot cookies are perfect for Passover. They provide that bread-like texture we all miss during Passover, but they don't have that sandy taste that often comes from baking with matzo meal. They can be baked in advance of the holiday and stored in the freezer. Enjoy these almond-chocolate cookies with a hot cup of tea or coffee.

Brownies (Pareve, Passover)
During the week of Passover, you can depend on this simple, dependable recipe for Passover Brownies to give your kids a treat they will enjoy.

Coconut Cake Recipe - Passover Desserts Recipes - Parve Cakes for Pesach
The base of this recipe comes from an online forum in which Israelis trade their favorite Passover recipes. I simplified the recipe so it would be easy to make for the holiday. And I made it parve, so it could be eaten after a festive meat meal. I hope your family will enjoy it as much as mine.

Chocolate Chip Cookies (Pareve, Passover)
You don't have to give up eating Chocolate Chip Cookies just because it is Passover!

Lemon Bars (Pareve, Passover)
Looking for a new Passover dessert recipe? These Lemon Bars are a nice change of pace from the traditional Sponge Cake and easy-to-make Chocolate Brownies usually baked on Passover.

Chocolate Mousse Torte (Parve, Passover)
This is one of those Passover recipes that is so good it can be made and eaten year round. The need to separate eggs and use two different mixing bowls is well compensated by a good looking and delicious dessert.

Toffee Bars (Parve, Passover)
What do you get when you mix margarine, sugar, chocolate and nuts? Easy-to-make and delicious Passover Toffee Bars that everyone will gobble up.

Crockpot Chicken with Vegetables and Wine Recipe - Kosher Chicken Dinner Recipes - Sabbath and Jewish Holiday Cooking
If you take 10 minutes on Friday morning to put vegetables, chicken and spices into a Crockpot, then you will come home from work on Friday afternoon to a delicious dinner. Just prepare a green salad and brown rice to complete the Friday night meal.

Easy Sweet and Sour Chicken Recipe - Baked Chicken Recipes - Kosher Jewish Sabbath Sweet and Sour Chicken
This easy Sweet and Sour Chicken recipe offers the great taste of Chinese food without all the patchy-matchy of chopping and stir-frying. Simply bake the chicken, and cover with a sweet and sour sauce consisting of onions, bell peppers, pineapple chunks and duck sauce. What a great change of flavor for Friday night Shabbat dinner where roast chicken usually plays the starring role.

Susie Fishbein's Creamy Garlic Salad Recipe - Kosher Parve Lettuce Salads - Lite Kosher Recipes
In reviewing Susie Fishbein's cookbooks, I have permission to put three recipes from each book online. It is never an easy task to choose three from the many gems Fishbein includes in her books. I chose this recipe - Creamy Garlic Salad from Kosher by Design Lightens Up - because I could see myself making this delicious, healthy, parve lettuce salad often throughout the year.

Baked Spicy Sweet Potato Fries Recipe - Jamie Geller - Quick and Kosher Recipes - Parve Side Dishes
Jamie Geller, author of Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing, contributed this recipe for Baked Spicy Sweet Potato Fries. Simply mix the sweet potatoes with this delicious blend of spices and oil, and bake until the fries are crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside. Yum!

Spinach Tidbits Recipe - Jamie Geller - Quick and Kosher Recipes - Dairy Party Appetizers - Hanukkah
Jamie Geller, author of Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing, contributed this recipe for Spinach Tidbits. Serve these dairy appetizers to your Hanukkah guests before lighting the Menorah. They can be prepared and frozen a week in advance to minimize pre-party preparations.

Broccoli Cheese Roll Recipe - Kosher Dairy Recipes - Easy Shavuot Jewish Holiday Menu
Broccoli and cheese is a delicious combination, and when you roll the two together in a puff pastry dough then even the kids will eat it up. Serve this Broccoli Cheese Roll with fish for a family dinner or as an easy dairy side dish for Shavuot.

Easy Fried Rice Recipe - Kosher Pareve Rice Eggs Vegetables Side Dish - Vegetarian Shabbos Recipes
My vegetarian daughter won't eat my Shabbos chicken. So instead of serving regular rice, farfal or potatoes with the chicken, I serve this Easy Fried Rice. This delicious rice dish includes eggs for protein and vegetables. And the sesame oil and soy sauce give the rice that Chinese food flavor that all your Jewish guests will love.

Carrot Muffin Recipe for Rosh Hashanah - Kosher Parve Side Dish Recipes - Carrot Muffins
Do you have children joining you for Rosh Hashanah or other Jewish holiday meals? If so, I suggest serving these carrot muffins as a side dish instead of a more traditional carrot kugal. Kids and adults will love these festive and fun carrot muffins.

Kids' Favorite Cauliflower - Kosher Parve Vegetable Recipe - Kosher Pareve Side Dish Recipes
Do you want your kids to eat vegetables? Try this recipe, which comes from my mother, Chana Shimoni. Chana's Cauliflower beats potatoes, rice, pasta, and even couscous, as my kids' favorite side dish.

Couscous and Vegetables Recipe - Kosher Parve Side Dish Recipes - Shabbat Side Dishes - Grains
On Thursdays I buy lots of fresh vegetables (cabbage, squash or pumpkin, zucchini, carrots, celery ...) and use them to make a big pot of

Carrot Kugel Recipe - Kosher Parve Side Dish Recipes - Rosh Hashanah Side Dishes
This carrot kugel tastes like carrot cake, which makes it a wonderful sweet side dish for Rosh Hashanah. And since it is so simple to prepare, it will add to your holiday meal without adding to your holiday workload. Your guests, especially the children, will gobble up this delicious kugel.

Kosher Lite Potato Kugel - Parve Kugel Recipe - Recipes for Jewish Kugels - Jewish Cooking
Potato Kugel is a staple of Eastern European Jewish cooking. For a low fat, reduced carb version, try this Lite Potato Kugel recipe. It contains fewer egg yokes and no oil.

Three Layer Kugel Recipe - Three Color Vegetable Kugels - Kosher Parve Side Dish Recipes
If you want to serve an impressive looking dish and are willing to invest extra work toward this goal, then this Three-Layer Kugel recipe is for you. With layers of sweet potato, broccoli and cauliflower, this kugel is colorful and flavorful.

Kosher Parve Sesame Noodle Recipe - Kosher Side Dish Recipes - Easy Sesame Noodles - Shabbos Sides
After having these Sesame Noodles for Shabbat lunch at a friend's house, I called her on Saturday night for the recipe. This recipe is lighter than other sesame noodles I have tried. I also liked adding an easy to make, flavorful, pareve, pasta side dish recipe to my Shabbos recipe collection.

Pumpkin Pancakes - Kosher Parve Vegetable Recipe - Holiday Rosh Hashanah Recipes
Pumpkin, an autumn vegetable, is traditionally eaten by Sephardic Jews on the Jewish New Year. These Pumpkin Pancakes can be served at the Rosh Hashanah meal or any autumn meal.

Parve Garlic Mashed Potatoes Recipe - Kosher Pareve Side Dish Recipes - Jewish Cooking - Julie Remer Paula Weinstein
Parve Mashed Potatoes is a very useful recipe for the kosher observant crowd, as mashed potatoes make such a good side dish for meat main dishes. These Garlic Mashed Potatoes can be made parve by using parve margarine and soy milk instead of butter and milk. Julie Remer and Paula Weinstein, popular caterers and authors of Dinner Du Jour and More!, contributed this recipe to the About Kosher Food site.

Broiled Tomatoes Recipe - Kosher Vegetable Side Dish Recipes - Baked Tomato Recipes
Dress up any meal with Broiled Tomatoes. Serve this healthy and tasty side dish with your breakfast eggs, your lunch bagel, or your chicken dinner. Simply slice the tomatoes in half, season with olive oil, garlic, rosemary or basil, salt and pepper, and broil for 15-20 minutes. Simply delicious.

Sara Finkel's Tsimmes Kugel Recipe - Kosher Parve Kugel Recipes - Classic Kosher Cooking Cookbook
Cookbook author Sara Finkel calls her Tsimmes Kugel recipe

Peacock Vegetables (Pareve)
This is one of those sure-fire success recipes from Our Customers' Favorites by Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer. I like to make these Peacock Vegetables whenever we invite guests over for a barbecue. I also like to make this for the Purim Feast (Seudat Purim). This refreshing dish can be served with meat and to a large crowd.

Green Bean Cabbage Soup Recipe - Kosher Parve Soup Recipes - Lite Healthy Blended Vegetable Soups
It is so healthy and economical to throw all your vegetables into a soup so your family can enjoy the soup throughout the week. If you have lots of vegetables, double the recipe and freeze part of the soup. This Green Bean Cabbage Soup is one of my family's favorite blended soups. Just saute vegetables, add boiling water and spices, simmer until the vegetables are soft, and blend.

Kids Favorite Potato Soup Recipe - Kosher Soup Recipes - Parve Soups
I imagine this is one of those recipes my kids will ask for when they are older and have their own families. On cold winter days, this Potato Soup has warmed us up inside, turning the chilly house around us into a cozy home.

Kosher Simple Pumpkin Soup Recipe - Kosher Soup Recipe
I made this Pumpkin Soup together with my son. It was easy to make and delicious to eat. The recipe is kosher and pareve so it can be served with either meat or dairy food.

Hungarian Vegetable Soup (Pareve)
This hearty vegetable soup contains beans, peas, potatoes, carrots, and parsnips. Hungarian paprika adds ethnic flavor.

Gazpacho Soup for Shabbat Lunch - Gazpacho Kosher Soup Recipes - Parve Soups - Jewish Sabbath Cooking
Gazpacho is the perfect summer dish. This tomato-based, raw vegetable soup is lite, refreshing and even thirst-quenching. And no heat is needed to prepare this cold soup - just chop, mix and chill. Gazpacho makes a wonderful appetizer for Friday night dinner or Shabbos lunch during the hot summer months.

Tofu and Chickpeas Recipe - Kosher Vegetarian Recipes - Pareve Tofu Side Dishes - Parve Tofu Main Entrees
This is the type of recipe that you either love or hate, depending on personal taste. If you like tofu and you like chickpeas, then you'll love the recipe. The honey, soy, garlic marinade is delicious, and the recipe is very healthy. Serve as a side dish on Shabbos for your vegetarian guests, or serve over rice for a complete vegetarian meal.

Homemade Lemonade Recipe - Kosher Drink Recipes - Lemonade Recipes
Give your July 4th cookout a special homemade touch by serving this Old-Fashioned Lemonade. This flavorful drink cools, refreshes and brings back lovely memories.

Homemade Iced Tea Recipe - Kosher Drink Recipes - Ice Tea Recipes
Give your July 4th cookout a special homemade touch by serving this Old-Fashioned Iced Tea. Iced tea is easy to prepare, more economical than buying soda, juice and other flavored drinks, and deliciously refreshing to drink on a hot summer day.

Pineapple Maple Glazed Salmon Recipe - Salmon Recipes - Kosher Fish Recipes - Family Dinners - Cooking for Kids
Five out of six members of my family loved fish. But when I found this recipe for Pineapple Maple Glazed Salmon in Susie Fishbein's cookbook, Kosher by Design: Teens and 20-Somethings, I felt hopeful about converting my 13-year-old into a fish-eater. Thanks to Susie, we're now six for six.

Naomi Muller's Batter-Fried Fish Recipe - Kosher Fish Recipes - Nutritious and Delicious Kosher Cooking Cookbook
Everyone in my family, even the child that always says

Levana Kirshchenbaum's Kosher Moroccan Fish Cakes in Lemon Sauce Recipe - Pareve Fish Recipes
In her wonderful cookbook, Levana's Table - Kosher Cooking for Everyone, Levana Kirshchenbaum introduces this recipe for Moroccan Fish Cakes in Lemon Sauce as the Moroccan answer to gefilte fish.

Susie Fishbein's Kosher Parmesan-Crusted Grouper Recipe - Kosher Fish Recipes
The recipes in Susie Fishbein's kosher cookbooks always lead to crowd-pleasing dishes - delicious and beautiful. The recipes in her cookbooks with few ingredients and simple instructions, such as this Parmesan-Crusted Grouper, are my favorites.

Salmon Steak in Asian Sauce Recipe - Kosher Fish Recipes - Jewish Holiday Cooking
My friend Meira introduced me to this recipe for Salmon Steak in Asian Sauce, and my whole family is so glad she did. This fish dish is delicious, festive, and fairly simple and quick to prepare. For a healthy dinner, serve this moist, flavorful salmon with brown rice and salad.

Baked Fish and Vegetables - Kosher Fish Recipe - Jewish Cooking Recipes
What better way to bake fish than to surround it with a variety of fresh vegetables and flavor it with white wine, lemon juice and spices?

Grilled Salmon Recipe - Kosher Fish Recipes - Parve Recipes for Summer Meals
The marinade adds wonderful flavor to this Grilled Salmon. Serve with Cranberry Rice Salad and Mango Sherbet for a lovely and lite kosher summer meal.

Herb Baked Salmon Recipe - Kosher Fish Recipes - Oven Baked Salmon with Herbs Oregano and Basil
This recipe for Herb Baked Salmon proves that preparing healthy, tasty kosher meals can be quick and easy. Just mix the oil and spices, marinate the fish for 30 minutes, and bake for 10-15 minutes. Serve with a fresh, green salad and baked potato for a satiating and delicious meal.

Mushroom Pie Recipe - Parve Vegetable Side Dish Recipes - Kosher Side Dishes
This Mushroom Pie was a surprise success. I wanted a parve side dish to serve on Shabbat, and I happen to have puff pastry dough in the freezer and fresh mushrooms in the fridge. The combination was delicious. Even my 9-year-old asked for seconds and thirds of this tasty side dish.

Grilled Vegetable Platter Recipe - Vegetarian Antipasti Recipes - Kosher Shabbat Side Dishes - Roasted Vegetables
Cook with your child and put delicious, healthy food on the table at the same time with this easy Grilled Vegetable Platter recipe. I cut the various vegetables into pieces. Then my daughter arranged them in fun patterns on baking sheets. This was meant to be a side dish for Sabbath dinner, but it became an antipasti appetizer as everyone ate it before Shabbat dinner was even served.

Roasted Vegetables with Pomegranate Vinaigrette Recipe - Shabbat Side Dishes - Sabbath Jewish Holiday Rosh Hashanah Vegetable Side Dish Recipes
Pomegranate Vinaigrette is a healthy and interesting way to dress up your Roasted Vegetables. While Roasted Vegetables with Pomegranate Vinaigrette is a great side dish for a Sabbath or holiday meal, this dish is especially fitting for the Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah.

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Recipe - Parve Ice Creams - Non-Dairy Kosher Desserts - Shabbat Recipes
Our friends in Modiin served us this tasty Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream after Shabbat lunch. Since this Ice Cream is non-dairy, it can be served after a meat Sabbath or Jewish holiday meal. I simplified the recipe to make it easier to prepare while maintaining the same great tasty chocolate-mint flavor.

Sara Adar's Pepper, Cheese and Sugared Pecan Salad
Sara Adar's Pepper, Cheese and Sugared Pecan Salad was chosen by Israel's Tnuva Dairy company for inclusion in their special Shavuot recipe magazine. This winning recipe has been translated from Hebrew and posted here so you can enjoy it too.

Moroccan Sweet Beet Salad Recipe - Kosher Parve Salad Recipes - Shabbat Salads
Add variety to your Shabbat table with this Moroccan Sweet Beet Salad. After cooking the beets in water, simply slice and spice. Simple, colorful, healthy and delicious. This salad is so tasty that even the kids will eat it up.

Asian Three Pepper Salad Recipe - Kosher Parve Salad Recipes - Shabbat Salads
This Asian Three Pepper Salad is everything you could want in a salad. Preparation is simple and quick. The dish is lite and nutritious. And the salad adds color to the table and flavor - a touch of Asian flavor in this case - to your meal. Serve this colorful pepper salad with grilled fish and brown rice for a low-fat, low-carb lunch or dinner.

Cauliflower Broccoli Salad Recipe - Recipes for Kosher Salads
I made this Cauliflower Broccoli Salad for our Israeli Independence Day picnic. The carrots and red onion add color, and the sunflower seeds and cashews add flavor. The simple dressing consists of mayonnaise, red wine vinegar and brown sugar. Be sure to chop the vegetables into small pieces. This salad makes a refreshing and lite accompaniment to grilled meat.

Kosher Cucumber Salad Recipe - Kids' Favorite Salad - Kosher Salads - Summer Shabbos Recipes
This is the only salad my kids request. Simply wash cucumbers, slice (for thin, even slices a food processor is recommended), add spices, and refrigerate. Your family will enjoy, especially during the hot summer months, this sweet cucumber salad all week long.

Edamame Tomato Salad Recipe - Recipes for Kosher Salads
Who doesn't love edamame? These soybeans are delicious and nutritious. Edamame, soybeans that are harvested while still green and not yet hardened, have a sweet, nutty flavor. They are low in fat and high in protein, vitamins A and B, and calcium. While these beans can consumed as a snack, they can also be easily incorporated into salad recipes.

Kohlrabi Salad Recipe - Kosher Salads - Parve Side Salads - Shabbat Recipes
Next time you feel like some fresh, raw vegetables, try this Kohlrabi Salad. Kohlrabi tastes a bit like a mild, sweet broccoli stem. Just slice it up, add fresh lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper. Delicious, healthy and easy.

Kosher Spinach Strawberry Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing Recipe - Recipes for Kosher Salads
This Spinach Strawberry Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing is a refreshing summer salad. For a more festive salad, add either sliced purple onion or slivered almonds.

Kosher Sugared Almond Salad Recipe - Kosher Lettuce Salad Recipes
Paula Weinstein and Julie Remer's Kosher Sugared Almond Salad is the all-time favorite salad of my family and friends. Whenever we are invited to a potluck, I am asked to bring this salad. For a Sabbath or holiday meal, this can be served as an appetizer. This sweet combination of lettuce, fruit and nuts simply can't be topped.

Lettuce Vegetable Fruit Nut Salad Recipe - Kosher Parve Recipes - Salads - Lite Summer Meals
I serve variations of this lettuce salad with fruit and nuts throughout the year. I serve it with pomegranate seeds in the fall, mangoes or nectarines in the summer, kiwis or Clementine in the winter, and dried cranberries or raisins in the spring. While I almost always put bell peppers in the salad, adding toasted pine nuts is optional.

Kosher Tabbouleh Salad Recipe - Kosher Tabouli Salad Recipes- Bulgar Wheat Salad
Tabbouleh Salad (a.k.a. tabouleh, tabouli, tabooli), a combination of bulgar wheat, vegetables and herbs, is a light, tangy and refreshing salad that is especially popular in the homes of Sephardic Jews. For a Sabbath appetizer, serve Tabbouleh on individual plates on top of a piece of lettuce. For a summer cookout, serve Tabbouleh Salad as a side dish next to Shish Kebabs.

Passover Fish Mains - Gefilte Fish Recipe - Recipes for Pesach Entrees - Jewish Holiday Parve Main Dishes
A variety of gefilte fish recipes for the Pesach Seder, along with other kosher for Passover fish recipes that can help you to eat light and maintain a healthy diet over the Passover holiday.

Top Trends at the 2014 Winter Fancy Food Show
The top specialty food trends at the 2014 Winter fancy food show, along with kosher product picks.

Passover Charoset - Pesach Haroset
From my earliest memories, charoset was my favorite Pesach Seder dish. Charoset might look like the mortar the Israelite slaves used in their building, but it tastes like heaven. Enjoy these various recipes for Passover charoset.

Matzo Ball Soup for Passover Seder - Recipes for Matzo Balls - Matzo Ball Recipe
Matzo balls - made of matzo meal, oil, eggs and chicken stock - are dumplings (kneidlach in Yiddish) which are served in chicken soup. They are especially popular in the soup served during the Passover Seder meal. Enjoy these various recipes for matzo balls and matzo ball soup.

Israel Independence Day - Menu and Recipes
On Israel's Independence Day, Israelis pack their picnic baskets with charcoal, lots of meat, salads, pita bread and humus. The country's parks are dotted with families outdoors barbecuing and enjoying

Israel Independence Day - Menu and Recipes
On Israel's Independence Day, Israelis pack their picnic baskets with charcoal, lots of meat, salads, pita bread and humus. The country's parks are dotted with families outdoors barbecuing and enjoying

Kosher Chinese Menu and Recipes - Chinese Potluck Meal for Jews on Christmas - Kosher Chinese-style
Looking for a fun activity for your Jewish family this Christmas? You can invite other Jewish families over for a Chinese potluck meal. These kosher Chinese recipes can help you to quickly and easily prepare a kosher Chinese-style meal for your family and friends.

Best Shavuot Appetizers - First Course Recipes for Shavuos - Favorite Kosher Dairy Recipes
Festive appetizers are a great way to differentiate regular meals from holiday meals. Enjoy these kosher Shavuos appetizer recipes. Dress up your Shavuot dinner and lunch menus with these delicious dairy first courses.

Best Shavuot Desserts - Dairy Dessert Recipes for Shavuos - Favorite Easy Kosher Cheesecake Recipe - Cheese Cakes
Let's be honest. The real reason we all get so excited about Shavuot's dairy menu is because we can serve delicious dairy desserts (as opposed to those pareve desserts we are forced to serve after most meat Shabbos and Jewish holiday meals). Enjoy these favorite Shavuos dessert recipes, including a variety of cheesecakes, buttery cookies, and milk chocolate sweets.

Soup Recipe - Kosher Soups - Easy Soup Recipe - Collections of Easy Soup Recipes
Each week you can choose a different soup recipe from this collection of easy, kosher soup recipes. Then make enough soup so you have some left over to put in the freezer. It is great fun to be able to pull a healthy soup out of the freezer whenever you need. This efficient system will enable you, even on busy days, to quickly and easily provide economical, nutritious and delicious meals for your family.

Soup Recipe - Kosher Soups - Easy Soup Recipe - Collections of Easy Soup Recipes
Each week you can choose a different soup recipe from this collection of easy, kosher soup recipes. Then make enough soup so you have some left over to put in the freezer. It is great fun to be able to pull a healthy soup out of the freezer whenever you need. This efficient system will enable you, even on busy days, to quickly and easily provide economical, nutritious and delicious meals for your family.

Favorite Passover Recipes
There are a handful of Passover recipes that everyone makes every year. Like matza itself, without these popular Pesach dishes, it just wouldn't be Passover. Find recipes for Passover Rolls, Matza Brei and more.

Passover Recipe Index
Jewish cooks worldwide and over the centuries have sought ways to create food for Passover that is tasty despite the extra kosher restrictions placed on food during this weeklong holiday. These kosher-for-Passover recipes are the fruits of their labor.

Top Appetizers for Sabbath Meals - Shabbat First Courses - Jewish Holiday Hors D'oeuvres - Favorite Appetizer
A festive appetizer helps to differentiate a Sabbath meal from a weekday family meal. Each of these hors d'oeuvres is parve so it can be served with a meat or dairy meal. Enjoy these favorite Jewish holiday and Shabbat first courses.

Eggplant Recipes - Kosher Vegetable Side Dishes - Eggplants - Economical Vegetables
Make eggplants a staple on our grocery list, and then vary your menu each week by choosing a different one of these kosher eggplant recipes to prepare and serve. Eggplant is an economical and versatile vegetable. Whether grilled, baked, roasted, deep fried, or sauteed, it adds hearty flavor. Whether part of an appetizer, salad, side dish or main dish, it makes a meal more nutritious.

Traditional Shavuot Menu and Recipes - Kosher Dairy Recipes for Shavuos - Jewish Holiday Cooking
Shavuot (Pentecost) celebrates the harvest season in Israel and the anniversary of the giving of the Ten Commandments to the Israelites. It is customary to eat dairy food on Shavuot for a number of reasons. One reason is that Shavuot is linked to the Exodus from Egypt into the Promised Land, and it is written

Gefilte Fish for Passover Seder
At the time of the Mishna (200 CE), rabbis deemed it meritorious to eat fish on the Sabbath and Jews became accustomed to eating fish at festive meals. Gefilte fish, which has been called the quintessential Jewish food, is an especially popular fish to serve at the Passover Seder meal.

Sugar-Free Passover - Diabetes and Pesach - Passover Recipes for Diabetics
How can a Jewish diabetic participate in a Passover Seder meal that demands drinking four cups of wine and a given amount of matzo at one meal? Learn how a Jewish person with diabetes can control their blood sugar levels during Pesach.

Simchat Torah Recipes - Jewish Holiday Cooking - Simchas Torah Food
Jews read successive portions of the Torah every Sabbath in synagogue. On Simchat Torah, which means

Yom Kippur Recipes - Jewish Day of Atonement
Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish year. While Jews observe a strict fast on Yom Kippur day, there are traditions regarding food eaten before (Meal of Cessation, Seudat Mafseket) and after the fast (Break Fast).

Sukkot Recipes - Judaism's Feast of Tabernacles - Jewish Holiday Succoth Cooking
During the harvest and pilgrimage festival of Sukkot (Judaism's Feast of Tabernacles), Jews eat in temporary huts like the ancient Israelites did in the desert after the Exodus. Given the colorful surroundings of each booth (Succah) and the harvest theme, Sukkot recipes include lots of fruits and vegetables. Stuffed vegetables, symbolic of a bountiful harvest, are traditionally served.

Hanukkah Recipes - Kosher Jewish Holiday Food
While potato pancakes (levivot or latkes) and jelly doughnuts (sufganiot) are the most popular Hanukkah treats, there are many more delicious traditional and contemporary Jewish holiday recipes that can add flavor to your Hanukkah celebration.

Purim Recipes - Feast of Lots - Jewish Holiday Food
Purim is a joyous festival during which Jewish children dress up in costumes to listen to the Scroll of Esther read in synagogue, food baskets (Shlach Manos) filled with special Purim pastries such as Hamantashen (Oznai Haman) are exchanged, and a special Purim feast (Seudat Purim) is shared with family and friends.

Kosher Restaurants
The amount of traveling done today means we often find ourselves in unfamiliar cities. Fortunately, we can use the Internet to find information about kosher restaurants.

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 stuffed turkey, pareve corn bread, pumpkin pie and more.

Rosh Hashanah Recipes - Jewish New Year - Holiday Cooking
On the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, Jews eat foods that symbolize good things they hope for in the coming year. Apples and honey hint of a sweet year, while fish hints at a prosperous year to come. Learn about Rosh Hashanah food traditions, get ideas for Rosh Hashanah menus, and find Rosh Hashanah recipes.

Sephardim Definition - What are Sephardim - Glossary of Kosher Terms
Sephardim refers to Jews who originated in the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) as well as Jews of Arabic and Persian backgrounds who use Sephardic liturgy.

Hanukkah Dairy Menu and Recipes - Hanukkah Menus - Traditional Jewish Holiday Recipe
One Hanukkah food tradition is eating dairy products, especially cheese, in commemoration of the Jewish heroine Judith (Yehudit). Find a traditional dairy Hanukkah menu and recipes.

Hanukkah Meat Menu and Recipes - Menus for Hanukkah - Hanukkah Brisket Recipe - Holiday Roast Chicken
After lighting the Hanukkah Menorah together, Jewish families and their guests may eat traditional Hanukkah food, play the Dreidel game, and exchange gifts. This Hanukkah meat menu includes brisket or chicken, parve side dishes and traditional Hanukkah treats.

Differences between Flour in America and Flour in Israel - Processed Flour with Gluten - Organic Flour
Understanding of the differences between flour in American and flour in Israel is important for anyone in Israel using American cookbooks or in America using Israeli cookbooks. This understanding will enable the baker to make better adjustments to their recipes.

Kosher July 4th Menus and Recipes - July Fourth Kosher Barbecue Menu - Jewish Holiday Food
Parades and picnics. Swimming and sunning. Fireworks and fun with family and friends. July 4th food has to be easy -- easy to prepare and easy to eat -- so both cooks and diners can enjoy the holiday's myriad of activities. Make your Fourth a hit with these kosher July 4th menus and recipes for a barbecue dinner and picnic lunch.

Eco-Kosher - What is EcoKosher - Ecology and Kashrut - Environmentalism and Jewish Dietary Laws
Eco-kosher connects ecology, new concerns about industrial agriculture, global warming and fair treatment of workers, with kosher, ancient Jewish dietary laws about food production, preparation and eating (such as ritual slaughter, separation of meat and milk, and tithing of fruit).

Sabbath Menu - August Shabbat Meals - Kosher Menus and Recipes - Jewish Food
Let's be honest - cooking in August feels something like swimming in January. The apron and the bathing suit feel out of season. But if you have guests coming for a Sabbath meal this summer, you will probably want to serve a festive, home-cooked meal despite the heat. These August Shabbat menus for Friday night dinner and Saturday lunch include quick recipes for lite dishes.

Low Cost Sabbath Menu for a Crowd - Economical Shabbat Meals - Kosher Menus and Recipes - Jewish Food
Our teenage children like to invite their teenage friends to join us for Shabbat meals. How can we meet the huge appetites of growing teens while staying within our budget? These economical Sabbath menus are designed to satiate big appetites and serve a large crowd while keeping costs low.

Traditional Passover Seder Menu - Pesach Recipes - Kosher Food
A family from Ohio emailed me their 2008 Passover Seder Menu. In addition to the Charoset, Gefilte Fish and Matzo Ball, their Pesach menu features Dry Rub Short Ribs, Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Asparagus and Chocolate Mousse Torte. Find delicious, kosher for Passover recipes for these Seder dishes.

Favorite Kosher Salad Recipes - Pareve Salads - Dairy Salads - Meat Salads - Favorite Salad Recipe - Lite Healthy Kosher Cooking
Salads are healthy, economical and complimentary to any meal. In kosher cooking, pareve salads are a great way to lighten and liten up a heavy meat meal. Dairy salads go nicely with fish. And meat salads can be a meal in themselves. I hope these favorite salad recipes will become a part of your repertoire.

Jewish High Holiday Menus - Cooking for Judaism's High Holy Days - Entertaining Family and Friends
The Jewish High Holidays refer to the ten days beginning on Rosh Hashanah and ending on Yom Kippur. Find menus, kosher recipes, fasting tips, and cooking suggestions for entertaining family and friends during the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement.

Purim Recipes Menus Information - Purim Meal Seudah - Purim Food Baskets Shlach Manos Mishloach Manot
Get Purim recipes, menus and information. Read about the Jewish holiday Purim. Learn how to make Purim food baskets and prepare a Purim feast.

Sheva Brachot Recipes - Best Sheva Brachot Menu - Kosher Dairy Recipes - Jewish Wedding Traditions
Sheva Brachot refers both to the seven blessings recited for the bride and groom under the chuppah as well as to the six days of celebratory meals that follow the wedding. These celebratory meals are generally hosted by friends of the new couple, and at the end of the meal the seven blessings for the newlyweds are recited. Sheva Brachot menus tend to be dairy. These delicious dairy main dishes, salads and desserts can be used for your next Sheva Brachot or any dairy meal.

Apricot Walnut Rugelach Recipe - Dairy Desserts - Kosher Cookie Recipes
Rugelach is sold fresh everywhere you turn in Israel, so I never felt the need to make my own. But six months into running a Kosher Food site, the time arrived for me to give it a try. I researched a bunch of recipes, took ideas from each of them, and then compiled this rugelach recipe. I was surprised to find that making rugelach is quite easy, and homemade is so much better than bought rugelach. Page 12.

Frozen Buckeyes
My kids love these peanut butter chocolate bonbons (Buckeyes). They are easy to make, can be made in advance, pareve and sinfully delicious. However, I can't make them too often because I end up eating too many of them myself! Page 2.

Kosher Cheesecakes
Find a variety of kosher cheesecake recipes. It is customary to eat cheesecake for dessert on the Jewish holiday of Shavuot. Page 3.

Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe - Levana Kirshchenbaum - Parve Cookie Recipes - Kosher Desserts
Too many times I've wanted to make Chocolate Chip Cookies, but discovered that either my margarine was not soft enough (at room temperature) or I did not even have margarine. So I was thrilled to find the recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies made with vegetable oil in Levana Kirshchenbaum's cookbook, Levana's Table. Page 10.

Chocolate Mousse Cake
Pareve cakes are important part of a kosher recipe collection because they allow one to finish a festive meat meal with a festive dessert. This sweet, moist mousse cake is the perfect ending to a Sabbath family meal. Page 4.

Chocolate Walnut Cookies
As he took me on a tour of his parve bakery in the Dan Eilat hotel, head Pastry Chef Gabi Elmakeas shared this recipe for kosher Chocolate Walnut Cookies. Page 7.

Frozen Lemon Dessert
This is the perfect summer Sabbath lunch or Seudah Shlishit dessert, especially when you have invited guests. This Frozen Lemon Dessert is pareve, easy to make, and a light, sweet ending to a festive meal. Page 5.

Israeli Chocolate Balls - Parve Chocolate Dessert - Kosher Desserts
A long, long time ago, when I was in preschool in Israel, I used to make these treats. And today in Israel, preschool children continue to make them. Israelis call them Kadori Shokolad (Chocolate Balls), but elsewhere they are referred to as truffles. By rolling them in a variety of coverings (powdered sugar, coconut, or candy sprinkles), they can make a colorful dessert. Page 9.

Oatmeal Cookies
I have a confession to make. Please don't tell anyone. I pretend to make these Oatmeal Cookies for the kids, but I actually make them whenever I'm craving a hearty, sweet treat. Shhhh.... Page 8.

Pumpkin Doodles Recipe - Susie Fishebein Recipes for Parve Cookies - Kosher Desserts
This is another unique, easy to make, and amazingly delicious recipe from Susie Fishbein. The recipe comes from her Kosher by Design - Entertains cookbook. I serve these parve Pumpkin Doodle Cookies, next to Chocolate Pecan Pie and Apple Pie, for dessert on Thanksgiving. Page 11.

Rosh Hashanah Apple Cake
What do you get when you cross apples with flour, oil, eggs, sugar and spice? This kosher parve Apple Cake recipe from Ohio caterers Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer. Julie says this recipe is by far their customers' favorite dessert. It wouldn't be Rosh Hashanah in my home without this apple cake for dessert. Page 6.

Chickpea Salad
Chickpea Salad. Kosher Food. Page 6.

Couscous and Vegetables
Couscous and Vegetables. Kosher Food. Page 4.

Israeli Salad
Israeli Salad. Kosher Food. Page 7.

Kosher Mediterranean Rice Pilaf Recipe
Kosher Mediterranean Rice Pilaf Recipe. Page 8.

Mediterranean Zucchini
Mediterranean Zucchini. Kosher Food. Page 9.

Shakshouka
Shakshouka (also spelled Shakshuka), from the Hebrew word leshakshek meaning

Tabbouleh Salad
Tabbouleh Salad. Kosher Food. Page 5.

Cheese Blintzes
Cheese Blintzes. Kosher Food. Page 2.

Eggplant Parmesan
Eggplant Parmesan. Kosher Food. Page 4.

Sara Adar's Pepper, Cheese and Sugared Pecan Salad
Sara Adar's Pepper, Cheese and Sugared Pecan Salad. Page 6.

Cheesecake
Cheesecake. Kosher Food. Page 5.

Spinach Lasagna
Spinach Lasagna. Kosher Food. Page 3.

Hummus - Chickpea Spread
Hummus Chickpea Spread. Kosher Food.

Pita Dough
Pita Dough. Kosher Food. Page 2.

How to Make Matzah Ball Soup - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Matzo Balls
This this step-by-step guide, with photos, describes how to make matzah ball soup. Matzah balls or matzo balls, also called knaidlach, are traditionally served in chicken soup during Passover. My kids, however, ask me to serve matzo balls for the Jewish High Holidays and for Friday night Sabbath dinner throughout the winter. Page 2.

How to Make Matzah Ball Soup - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Matzo Balls
This this step-by-step guide, with photos, describes how to make matzah ball soup. Matzah balls or matzo balls, also called knaidlach, are traditionally served in chicken soup during Passover. My kids, however, ask me to serve matzo balls for the Jewish High Holidays and for Friday night Sabbath dinner throughout the winter. Page 3.

How to Make Matzah Ball Soup - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Matzo Balls
This this step-by-step guide, with photos, describes how to make matzah ball soup. Matzah balls or matzo balls, also called knaidlach, are traditionally served in chicken soup during Passover. My kids, however, ask me to serve matzo balls for the Jewish High Holidays and for Friday night Sabbath dinner throughout the winter. Page 4.

How to Make Matzah Ball Soup - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Matzo Balls
This this step-by-step guide, with photos, describes how to make matzah ball soup. Matzah balls or matzo balls, also called knaidlach, are traditionally served in chicken soup during Passover. My kids, however, ask me to serve matzo balls for the Jewish High Holidays and for Friday night Sabbath dinner throughout the winter. Page 5.

How to Make Matzah Ball Soup - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Matzo Balls
This this step-by-step guide, with photos, describes how to make matzah ball soup. Matzah balls or matzo balls, also called knaidlach, are traditionally served in chicken soup during Passover. My kids, however, ask me to serve matzo balls for the Jewish High Holidays and for Friday night Sabbath dinner throughout the winter. Page 6.

How to Make Matzah Ball Soup - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Matzo Balls
This this step-by-step guide, with photos, describes how to make matzah ball soup. Matzah balls or matzo balls, also called knaidlach, are traditionally served in chicken soup during Passover. My kids, however, ask me to serve matzo balls for the Jewish High Holidays and for Friday night Sabbath dinner throughout the winter. Page 7.