Recipes

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Let’s Make Apple Potato Latkes with Tahini!

Our friends at The Nosher created a fresh take on a Hanukkah classic. Latkes are popular among Ashkenazi Jews (Jews from France, Germany, and Eastern Europe) – but this dish adds flavors of dates and tahini from Middle Eastern Sephardic cuisine. It’s the best of both worlds.

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Let’s Make Baba Ganoush!

In Israel, it is not unusual for guests to drop in for a visit without prior notice. In such cases, they are likely to get a light snack or impromptu meal. In anticipation of such contingencies, one such prepared dish is baba ghanoush, which can be found in virtually every Israeli refrigerator.

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Let’s Make Baklava!

This sweet pastry is sold in Jewish markets, and comes in a multitude of varieties.

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Let’s Make Apple Pudding for Rosh Hashanah!

On Rosh Hashanah, which begins on September 29, it is customary for Jews to dip an apple into honey to usher in a sweet new year! In honor of this tradition, this week’s recipe is apple pudding!

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Let’s Make Challah for the High Holy Days!

The traditional holiday and Sabbath bread called challah is usually braided all year long. On the High Holidays, Jews make the challah round instead in order to symbolize a whole and perfect year ahead.

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Let’s Make Tzimmes for Rosh Hashanah!

Tzimmes is any kind of sweet stew. It usually is orange in color, and includes carrots, sweet potatoes and/or prunes. It is often served on Rosh Hashanah, or the Jewish New Year, because it is a sweet food and symbolizes the wish for a sweet new year.

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Let’s Make Honey Cake for Rosh Hashanah!

This week’s recipe is a special treat for  Rosh Hashanah , the Jewish New Year, which starts later this month on September 20th! This freshly baked traditional honey cake is served with apples, honey, and challah for a sweet new year.

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Let’s Make an Israeli Sabich Sandwich!

A favorite Israeli street food, this sandwich (pronounced “sah-beekh”) has cooked potato, fried eggplant, and egg wrapped in a pita. If you aren’t in the Holy Land, though, you can make your own version at home! Our friends at ISRAEL21c show you how.

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Let’s Make Israeli Halva!

Watch now to learn how to make delicious Israeli halva!

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Let’s Make Fruit Salad!

The abundance of fresh fruit in Israel, ripe from the fields and orchards, makes fruit salads a natural choice. After a good meal, nothing is more refreshing than this cool dessert.

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Let’s Make Mushroom Jalapeño Matzah Ball Soup!

Try this Mexican twist on a favorite Jewish soup!

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Let’s Make Cheesecake for Shavuot!

When you start to see cheesecake appearing more frequently in bakeries and restaurants in Israel, you know Shavuot is approaching!

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Let’s Make Roasted Vegetable Lasagna!

On Shavuot, which begins the evening of June 8, Jews often eat foods with dairy. They do this because the holiday is linked to the Exodus from Egypt into the Promised Land, “a land flowing with milk and honey.” This non-meat version of lasagna and cheese make it a perfect recipe for serving during Shavuot.

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Let’s Make Classic Pita Bread!

Learn how to make Israeli-style pita bread in your own kitchen!

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Let’s Make Coconut Macaroons for Passover!

Passover – the most widely observed Jewish holiday that commemorates the story of the Exodus – begins next week. The Nosher shows us how to make delicious coconut macaroons to celebrate.

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Let’s Make Shakshouka (Egg in Tomato Sauce)!

A Sephardi Jewish favorite. No Middle Eastern restaurant menu is complete without it. Learn how to make this favorite today.

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Let’s Make Black and White Cookies!

Try making these iconic cookies loved by Jews – The Nosher shows us how!

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Let’s Make Savory Hamantaschen for Purim!

Purim is just around the corner, which celebrates the biblical story of Esther. And we bring you another hamantaschen recipe from The Fellowship's Rachel Katzman.

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Let’s Make Lemon Poppyseed Hamantaschen for Purim!

This month, Jews will celebrate Purim, which recalls the biblical story of Esther. A favorite Purim treat are cookies named after the villain of the story, Haman. The Fellowship's Rachel Katzman shows us how to make them.

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Let’s Make Mushroom Jalapeno Matzah Ball Soup!

Our friends at The Nosher put a Mexican-inspired twist on the classic matzah ball soup!

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Let’s Make Hummus!

Watch now to learn how to make classic Israeli hummus.

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