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.
Serve these baked puff pastries with mushroom gravy as an appetizer option.
Cardamom-Scented Chanukah Cookies
The addition of fragrant spices transforms these cookies into a holiday-worthy treat.
Country Spinach, Tomato and White Bean Soup
A hearty, healthy vegetable soup, perfect for the holiday season.
Yukon Gold and Sweet Potato Latkes
Slightly sweet, crisp and condiment-friendly latkes from The New Jewish Table cookbook.
Potato and Cheese Knishes
A traditional potato and cheese knish recipe from Todd and Ellen Gray’s New Jewish Table cookbook.
Weezie’s Sour Cream Cheesecake with Strawberry Compote
A rich sour cream cheesecake recipe from The New Jewish Table cookbook.
Buttermilk Challah French Toast with Praline Clusters
French Toast made with Jewish egg bread—a delicious merging of cultures.
If using yogurt and milk, start at least 3 hours and up to a day in advance by placing both in a bowl. Whisk well…
Spicy Freekeh Soup with Meatballs
Freekeh is a slightly smoked green wheat. Look for it online or in Middle Eastern grocery stores.
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.