Showing entries from: Passover

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Savory Herb Braised Brisket

Simple recipe for mouthwatering Savory Herb Braised Brisket with fresh herbs. Slow cooked tender holiday brisket. Kosher for Passover, Meat. Read More

Whitefish salad on egg bagel with lox, cream cheese, and sliced onion

Whitefish Salad

The history of smoked fish and appetizing. Learn a recipe for Jewish whitefish salad with celery and herbs. Kosher, dairy or pareve. Read More

Passover Chicken Schnitzel Main

Passover Chicken Schnitzel

Recipe for crispy golden fried Chicken Schnitzel chicken breasts using matzo meal and seasonings. KFP, Kosher for Passover/Pesach, meat. Read More

Hawayej Spice Blend

Hawayej Spice Blend

How to make hawayej spice blend from scratch using whole spices and seeds, then Read More

Sweet Potato Coconut Chremslach - Sweet Potato Pancake Recipe for Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, Thanksgivukah Holidays

Sweet Potato Coconut Chremslach

Crisp and fluffy sweet potato pancakes with coconut, spiced with garam masala for a delish holiday treat. Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, Thanksgivukah. Read More

Moroccan Lemon Chicken with Olives

Moroccan Lemon Chicken with Olives

Learn to make traditional kosher Moroccan Lemon Chicken with Olives. Slow simmered, tender chicken with preserved lemon, olives, and spices. Read More

Stuffed Eggplant

Vegetarian Stuffed Eggplant

Recipe for Vegetarian Stuffed Eggplant. Vegan, pareve, gluten free, all natural. Read More

Shakshuka Main

Shakshuka

Recipe for Shakshuka, inspired by Dr. Shakshuka restaurant in Israel. Kosher, Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Healthy, Delicious. Read More

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Classic Hummus

Learn to make traditional Middle Eastern hummus dip with perfectly balanced flavors, much cheaper than store-bought hummus. Kosher, Pareve. Read More

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How to Roast Garlic

Learn a simple method for oven-roasting garlic. Makes milder, sweeter, caramelized garlic cloves that add flavor and depth to your recipes. Read More

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Chopped Liver

How to make traditional Ashkenazi Jewish chopped liver with schmaltz and gribenes. Kosher, meat. Read More

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Schmaltz and Gribenes

How to render chicken fat to create the luscious golden cooking oil known as schmaltz, as well as crispy and delicious gribenes. Kosher, Jewish. Read More

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Mujadara

Learn to make mujadara in the traditional Indian style – fluffy white basmati rice, tender brown lentils, cumin & salt with caramelized onions. Read More

Strawberry Topping

Strawberry Topping

How to make a fresh strawberry topping for ice cream, blintzes, cheesecake, waffles, anything! Kosher, pareve, gluten free, dairy free. Read More

Unstuffed Cabbage

Unstuffed Cabbage

Delicious recipe for Unstuffed Cabbage, an easier way to capture the flavor of savory stuffed cabbage without all the work. Kosher for Passover. Read More

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Potato Salad with Dill and Dijon

Potato salad for Israeli Independence Day- recipe with new potatoes, mayonnaise, dijon mustard, vinegar and dill. Kosher, pareve, picnic, potluck Read More

Vegan Butternut Squash and Chickpea Soup

Vegan Butternut Squash and Chickpea Soup

Low fat, low calorie vegan soup with butternut squash, chickpeas, spinach, turmeric, cumin, cinnamon and cayenne. Kosher, Middle Eastern, Pareve Read More

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Butternut Squash Soup with Chickpeas

Today’s recipe is a soup that I adapted from an old Sephardic Israeli family recipe. It utilizes two popular Middle Eastern ingredients, chickpeas and butternut squash, to create a hearty soup that is low in calories and full of fiber. … Read More

Sephardic Charoset Truffles 2

Sephardic Charoset Truffles

Learn to make Sephardic Charoset Truffles from a Moroccan recipe. Exotic treat for the Seder. Kosher for Passover, Pareve, Vegan, Gluten Free Read More

Tishpishti

Tishpishti

Our next Sephardic dessert originated in Turkey. The word for the dish, Tishpishti, has a number of different English spellings (tishpitti, tezpishti, etc.). Jews adopted the cake because, like macaroons, it is generally unleavened and can be eaten during Passover. … Read More