Recipes for Jewish holidays are year-round favorites. Briskets simmered in a savory broth, kugels both sweet and savory, and potato latkes are beloved traditional dishes. And the comfort food classic, Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls, is always good for what ails you.
These burgers make a nice change of pace from traditional beef burgers and have that extra kick to them that lamb meat imparts.
Brisket Sandwich with Horseradish, Onion, and Pepper on Challah
Makes one sandwich that you won’t want to share.
Mozzarella Matzah Brei
Although typically eaten as a breakfast food during Passover, this savory dish can be enjoyed for any meal!
Chocolate Hazelnut Rugelach
A modern take on a Traditional Jewish dessert that is guaranteed to satisfy any chocolate lover!
Crostini with Smoked Trout and Sour Cream
This easy, quick snack calls for trout, but any cold-smoked fish you might find in a grocery store or deli, such as salmon, whitefish, sable, or bluefish, would work just as well.
Matzo Ball Soup
Matzo ball soup is Jewish comfort food in a bowl. Traditionally served on Passover, it’s absolutely delicious any time of year.
Classic Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls
The original cure for whatever ails you—even if all you need is a little comforting!
California Walnut and Apricot Rugulach
These traditional cookies combine walnuts and apricot marmalade.
Mushroom, Artichoke and Onion Matzo Kugel
Kugel, the traditional savory Jewish casserole, goes upscale with mushrooms and artichokes.
One of the most popular breakfast dishes in Israel, Shakshuka is made by poaching or scrambling eggs into a simmering tomato sauce.
Brisket of Beef
Whether you smoke, baste, braise, sauce, boil or roast a brisket, low and slow cooking times are key for a tender and flavorful piece of meat.