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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 8.

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 9.

How to Kosher Your Kitchen
Step-by-step instructions on how to make a kitchen kosher.

Hamantashen Definition - What is Hamantashen - Glossary of Jewish Food
Hamantashen is a triangular, filled pastry which is traditionally served on the Jewish festival of Purim.

Mandelbrot Definition - What is Mandelbrot - Glossary of Jewish Food
Mandelbrot, which literally means almond (mandel) bread (brot), was a popular dessert among Eastern European Jews. Mandelbrot is similar to Italian biscotti in that both are twice-baked hard breads.

Matzo Definition - What is Matzo - Glossary of Jewish Food
Matzo is an unleavened bread that Jews eat during the Jewish Festival of Freedom called Passover (Pesach in Hebrew).

Chalav Yisrael Definition - What is Chalav Yisrael - Glossary of Kosher Terms
Milk or dairy products are referred to as Chalav Yisrael (Israel Milk) if they were produced under constant rabbinical supervision from milking through packaging.

Favorite Kosher Fish Recipes - Pareve Shabbat Fish Appetizers - Top Fish Recipe - Lite Healthy Kosher Cooking
Given that fish is high in protein, vitamins, minerals, and omega 3 fatty acids, it is a good idea to make it a part of your weekly meal plan. And given that fish is pareve and can be eaten with dairy and meat meals, kosher cooks may especially find these favorite kosher fish recipes to be helpful.

Chickpeas Garbanzo Beans Hummus Falafel
Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are edible legumes. As a pareve source of protein, chickpeas are a valued ingredient in kosher cooking. Sephardic Jews have long cooked with chickpeas. In Israel, as in other Middle Eastern countries, the beans are popularly used for dishes like hummus and falafal. Ashkenazi Jews traditionally serve chickpeas at the Shalom Zachar celebration for baby boys, and they have recently started to add chickpeas to stews, soups and salads.

Seudah Shelishit Recipes - Best Seudah Shlishit Menu - Kosher Shabbat Recipe - Dairy Shabbos Recipes - Salads Desserts
Seudah Shelishit, which means the third meal, refers to a more informal meal enjoyed towards the end of Shabbat. Seudah Shlishit is a great opportunity to invite friends over late Saturday afternoon. Especially during the summer months, when Shabbas ends late, we enjoy sitting outside and eating salads, dairy dishes and desserts with friends. But it is important that Seudah Shelishit recipes are easy to prepare and lite.

Top Ten Israeli Food Blogs
See what Israelis are cooking today, and get delicious recipes from Israel. These top quality Israeli Food blogs are in Hebrew.

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.

Why do Jews eat kreplach on Purim - Reasons Symbols Jewish Cuisine
Why do Jews eat kreplach on Purim?

Tu B'Shvat Seder Menu and Recipes - Signature Tu B'Shevat Recipe
Is there a tradition of serving a full meal at a Tu B'Shevat seder? If so, what might be considered a basic Tu B'Shevat recipe like matzoh ball soup for Passover or latkes for Chanukah?

Passover Cooking
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.

What is Treif?
What is Treif? Kosher Food.

Parmesan-Crusted Fish
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.

Meringue Cookies
Meringue cookies take time to prepare and bake, but the work itself is simple. I made these meringues with my 6-year-old, as the recipe came from Susie Fishbein's Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen cookbook. When the cookies came out of the oven, I was surprised to find the best-tasting meringues I've ever eaten.

Favorite Jewish Recipes - Anna's Kosher Recipe Collection
The orthodox home in Manchester, England in which Anna was raised was always full of the tastes and smells of her mother's kosher Jewish cooking. Now living in Israel, Anna finds efficient and healthy ways to prepare these tried and tested recipes for her husband, young children and many Sabbath and holiday guests. Enjoy Anna's favorite kosher recipes.

Favorite Jewish Recipes - Chana Shimoni's Kosher Recipe Collection
Chana Shimoni's kitchen stands on three things: salt, paprika and lots of love. As her son, I was fortunate to be able to enjoy Chana's Hungarian Jewish specialties at each meal. Find Chana's recipes for blintzes, kugels, lecho, gefilte fish, cholent, cabbage and noodles, noodli potato noodles and much more.

Edith Rothschild - Nutrilicious Kosher Vegetarian Cookbook
As a result of the chronic pain she was suffering from osteoarthritis, Edith Rothschild decided that she needed to take charge of her health in order to improve the quality of her life. Her explorations led her to a holistic, vegetarian lifestyle. In her natural whole vegetarian kosher cuisine cookbook, Nutrilicious, Rothschild inspires with compelling information on nutrition and healthy kosher recipes.

Gabi Elmakeas - Dan Eilat - Pastry Chef
For more than a dozen years, Gabi Elmakeas, Head Pastry Chef of the Dan Eilat Hotel, has been whipping up first-class treats for visitors to the hotel. From his kosher parve bakery in the hotel, he bakes desserts from scratch using his own tried and tested recipes that succeed to bring regular visitors back to the hotel year after year.

Jamie Geller - Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing
Jamie Geller is the author of the bestselling kosher cookbook - Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing.

Jay Engelmayer - Food for Thought - Kosher Food Blog and Recipes
Jay Engelmayer, an experienced chef and teacher of future chef’s, once cooked in Manhattan but today cooks in Israel. Read what Jay has to say about kosher cooking in his lively blog, and find some of his first-rate kosher recipes.

Main Course
These kosher main course recipes are divided into dairy, fish, meat, and vegetarian categories.

Ronnie Fein
Ronnie Fein is an award-winning cookbook author. In her cookbook Hip Kosher, she offers 175 easy-to-prepare recipes for today's kosher cooks.

Sara Adar
Sara Adar, a talented Israeli caterer with a flair for entertaining in style, shares her amazing recipes and entertaining secrets.

Susan Portman's Artful Cooking - Cook like an Artist with Susan Portman
Susan Portman is a mother of three, grandmother of nine, American immigrant to Israel, and an extremely talented artist (http://www.susanportman.com). As the hundreds of guests who have been to her home would attest, Susan also knows how to cook the most delicious Jewish Sabbath and holiday dishes and serve them with a unique aesthetic touch. Susan cooks like an artist, and, fortunately for us, she has volunteered to share her collection of tried-and-tested kosher recipes.

Susie Fishbein
Susie Fishbein is the author of extremely successful cookbooks, Kosher by Design.

Tamar Ansh - A Taste of Challah
Tamar Ansh - with more than 15 years of creative baking and cooking experience - is a recipe developer, food columnist, and author. Her food articles have appeared in major Jewish publications around the globe. One of her most popular cookbooks is called A Taste of Challah.

Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer
Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer managed

Passover Recipes from Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer
Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer managed

Kosher Dessert Recipes from Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer
Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer managed

Word of Mouth Kosher Catering Firm
Word of Mouth is a kosher catering firm, founded by Judy Joffe and Edith Tesler, that specializes in fine foods and pastries. This Cleveland, Ohio caterer offers a variety of kosher food recipes.

Passover Recipes from Word of Mouth Kosher Catering
Word of Mouth is a kosher catering firm, founded by Judy Joffe and Edith Tesler, that specializes in fine foods and pastries. This Cleveland, Ohio caterer provides a variety of quality kosher-for-Passover recipes.

Kids Bake Kosher Desserts - Recipes for Children
Kids love to prepare, serve and eat these kosher desserts. Find recipes with few ingredients and easy instructions that enable kids to cook by themselves. And find recipes for dishes especially loved by children.

Kids Cook Kosher Entrees - Recipes for Children
Kids love to prepare, serve and eat these kosher entrees. Find recipes with few ingredients and easy instructions that enable kids to cook by themselves. And find recipes for dishes especially loved by children.

Kids Make Kosher Salads - Recipes for Children
Kids love to prepare, serve and eat these kosher salads. Find recipes with few ingredients and easy instructions that enable kids to cook by themselves. And find recipes for dishes especially loved by children.

Levana Kirschenbaum
New Yorkers have long known and loved Levana Kirschenbaum, an extremely talented master chef and warm personality, via her restaurant, bakery, catering business and cooking classes. Now we can all delight in Levana's work as she has made her recipes and knowledge accessible via a wonderful kosher cookbook, Levana's Table - Kosher Cooking for Everyone.

Miriam Zakon
Miriam Zakon is the author of the bestselling classic for kids - The Kids Kosher Cookbook.

Naomi Muller - Nutritious and Delicious Kosher Cookbook
Naomi Muller wrote her Nutritious and Delicious Kosher cookbook to provide great tasting recipes for those who keep kosher and follow sugar-free (even sugar substitute-free), refined flour-free, and trans-fat-free diets. In addition to being kosher and healthy, the recipes are delicious enough to pass the taste tests of Muller's children.

Nechama Cohen - Jewish Diabetes Association - EnLITEned Kosher Cooking cookbook
Nechama Cohen is the Founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA) and the author of EnLITEned Kosher Cooking. JDA is devoted to diabetes education and advocacy. EnLITEned Kosher Cooking - a response to the growing need for healthy-living information and solutions - offers more than 250 good-carb, healthy-fat, sugar-free, mostly gluten-free, kosher recipes for weekday meals and special occasions.

Course by Course Kosher Recipes
These kosher recipes are organized by course. Find appetizers, breads, soups, salads, sides, mains and desserts.

Kids Can Cook Kosher - Kosher Recipes for Children
These are kosher recipes by and for children. Find recipes with few ingredients and easy instructions that enable kids to cook by themselves. And find recipes for dishes especially loved by children.

From the Kosher Kitchen of
These kosher recipes are organized according to their sources. Find recipes that were perfected in the kitchens of kosher chefs, restaurants, caterers, and enthusiasts from around the world.

Recipes for Special Days
These kosher recipes are organized by occasions. Find recipes for Sabbath meals, holidays such as Rosh Hashana, Hanukkah and Passover, and celebrations such as a Shalom Zachar (Welcoming the male baby) or a Bar Mitzvah Kiddish.

All Kosher Recipes
Use this recipe index to find all recipes in the About.com Kosher Food site.

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.

Old-Fashioned Kosher Garlic and Dill Pickled Cucumbers - Israeli Recipe - Kosher Parve Recipes - Jewish Cooking
My father made these Pickled Cucumbers when I was growing up. I tried them once, and my kids fell in love with them. Now every morning they ask me to make them a pita stuffed with humus and these pickles for school. I call them old fashioned pickles because they don't use pickling mixes or any such modern ingredients. In this recipe the cucumbers are pickled in water, salt, vinegar, garlic and dill.

Hamantashen Recipes for the Jewish Festival of Purim
Hamantashen is a triangular, filled pastry which is traditionally served on the Jewish festival of Purim. Enjoy this varied collection of tried-and-tested hamantashen recipes.

Appetizers, Breads & Soups
Enjoy these recipes for kosher appetizers, breads and soups.

Ask the Rabbi about Kosher Food
Rabbi Barry Dov Lerner has 30 years of experience as a pulpit rabbi and an exceptional amount of hands-on experience in formal and informal Jewish education. Rabbi Lerner invites questions about kosher food from anyone, of any religious or cultural background, who has an interest in kosher products or kosher cooking.

Challah - Jewish Sweet Egg Bread - Shabbath and Jewish Holiday Food
Challah is a special bread that Jews bless and eat at the beginning of Sabbath and holiday meals. Challah is a sweet, egg bread. Challah is often, but not always, braided. On some Jewish holidays, round challot are served. Some challah loaves are sprinkled with poppy or sesame seeds, and some challot are baked with raisins inside.

Cheese Blintzes
Cheese Blintzes

Eggplant Parmesan
Eggplant Parmesan

Parmesan-Crusted Fish
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.

Sara Adar's Pepper, Cheese and Sugared Pecan Salad
Sara Adar's Pepper, Cheese and Sugared Pecan Salad

Cheesecake
Cheesecake

Spinach Lasagna
Spinach Lasagna

Photo Gallery - Images of Kosher Dairy Dishes - Kosher Food Recipes
It is customary for Jews to eat dairy food during certain times of the year. One such period is during the Nine Days prior to the Jewish fast day of Tisha B'av. In addition, Jews traditionally eat dairy food on the Jewish holiday of Shavuot. See images of kosher dairy dishes, such as blintzes, kugels and cheesecake.

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.

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!

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Meringue Cookies
Meringue cookies take time to prepare and bake, but the work itself is simple. I made these meringues with my 6-year-old, as the recipe came from Susie Fishbein's Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen cookbook. When the cookies came out of the oven, I was surprised to find the best-tasting meringues I've ever eaten.

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....

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.

Photo Gallery - Images of Kosher Desserts - Kosher Food Recipes
Food is an integral part of Jewish culture, and desserts are an integral part of Jewish cuisine. Jewish desserts are a synthesis of recipes from the many places that Jews have lived throughout the centuries, all influenced by Jewish dietary laws.

Chickpea Salad
Chickpea Salad

Couscous and Vegetables
Couscous and Vegetables

Hummus - Chickpea Spread
Hummus Chickpea Spread

Israeli Salad
Israeli Salad

Kosher Mediterranean Rice Pilaf Recipe
Kosher Mediterranean Rice Pilaf Recipe

Mediterranean Zucchini
Mediterranean Zucchini

Pita Dough
Pita Dough

Shakshouka
Shakshouka (also spelled Shakshuka), from the Hebrew word leshakshek meaning "to shake", is a popular, spiced, egg and tomato dish which Israelis are happy to eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Tabbouleh Salad
Tabbouleh Salad

Photo Gallery - Images of Kosher Israeli Food - Kosher Food Recipes
Like Israeli society, Israeli cuisine is multifaceted. View these photographs of Israeli food.

Main Courses
Enjoy these recipes for kosher main dishes: meat, fish, dairy and vegetarian.

Salads & Side Dishes
Enjoy these recipes for kosher salads and kosher side dishes.

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.