Jamie Geller, a best-selling cookbook author of Jewish foods, shows us how to make her perfect crunchy potato kugel cups. This is a special Ashkenazi Jewish dish that can be served on Shabbat (Sabbath).
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Watch now to see Joan Nathan, food writer for Tablet Magazine, make one of her favorite Jewish dishes: cabbage strudel.
Mujaderra (sometimes spelled Mujadara) is a lentil and rice dish that Middle-Easterners have enjoyed for centuries. Some believe that mujaderra was the “red stew” that tempted Esau to sell his birthright in exchange for a helping (Genesis 25:30). Today you will find this dish in restaurants from Egypt to Israel. During the fall, mujaderra tastes delicious when stuffed into winter squash. Enjoy!
The traditional holiday and Sabbath bread called challah is usually braided all year long. On the Jewish New Year, which begins today at sundown, Jews make the challah round instead in order to symbolize a whole and perfect year ahead of us. And what better way to celebrate than by making round challah with chocolate chips? Our friends at The Nosher show us how.
Jews celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, next week! Many Jews will follow tradition by dipping an apple into honey to bring in a sweet new year. This week’s recipe is sweet apple bread to honor this special custom. Our friends at The Nosher show us how.