New Jewish Recipes
With such great latke, brisket and matzoh ball soup recipes, you won't be able to wait until the holidays to make these new twists on Jewish classics.
Gigi's Apple Cake
Don't wait until the Jewish New Year to enjoy this moist and rich cake that promises a sweet ending to a meal and a sweet future ahead.
This traditional recipe for potato pancakes can be served as a side dish for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Matzo Ball Soup
Make a double batch of these meaty matzoh balls and use them in soup or with spaghetti and marinara!
Potato-Zucchini Latkes with Basil
Add a pop of green with these latkes, full of healthy flavor.
Brisket with Sweet Potato Tzimmes
Tzimmes is a traditional Jewish stew made from carrots, dried fruits and potatoes. It's special enough for the holidays but so comforting and delicious that you won't be able to wait for a special occasion to make it!
Sweet Potato Latkes with Cinnamon Sour Cream
Sweet potatoes and cinnamon are a latke match made in heaven.
Mammy's Mushrooms on Toast
This is a great appetizer to serve at any holiday get-together, or even at Friday night dinner.
Potato-Beet Latkes with Horseradish Cream
Don't wait until Passover to use Horseradish. It adds just the right amount of heat to these sweet and savory potato pancakes.
Fruited Brioche Stuffing
Stuffing can be served all year, especially when it's studded with dried fruit and sweet Challah bread!
Potato-Carrot Latkes with Lemon-Raisin Topping
No need to stick to just potatoes while making latkes. Carrots add a nice sweet flavor without overpowering the lemon-raisin topping.
Mama Elsa's Chicken Liver Spread
Chopped liver is a classic Jewish delicacy. This easy party dip is best served with toasted bread, grainy mustard and plenty of pickles.