Recipes

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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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Let’s Make Sachlav!

Learn how to make a delicious Middle Eastern hot milk drink to warm up on this cold winter day. Enjoy!

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Let’s Make Sumac Chicken and Rice!

This week's recipe uses sumac, a spice used throughout the Middle East. Our friends at The Nosher like making this dish for Shabbat, but you can make the recipe for all occasions. Enjoy!

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Let’s Make Coffee Coconut Date Balls for Tu B’Shvat!

Next week, Jews will celebrate Tu B'Shvat, a holiday that celebrates the annual cycle of life and the new year for trees! In Israel, it's traditional to prepare the foods of the Bible, or the "Seven Species." So today, we bring you a special Tu B'Shvat recipe that uses dates, which is one of the biblical foods and also a food grown in the Holy Land.

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Let’s Make Matzah Ball Soup!

Matzah, or the traditional unleavened bread Jews eat during Passover, can be transformed into a soup dumpling by adding eggs, water, and oil. This soup originates from the Ashkenazi Jews (Jews from France, Germany, and Eastern Europe) and is great to make during the winter.

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Let’s Make Burekas!

This is a Jewish Sephardic dish which is quite similar to the Turkish "burak." Burekas are served on festive occasions, but also widely sold on Israeli street corners. Watch now to discover how to make them.

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Let’s Make Cranberry and Roasted Squash Noodle Kugel!

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Try this Jewish kugel dish flavored with cranberries and roasted squash for the holiday!

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Let’s Make Tunisian Spiced Squash Soup!

Try this roasted butternut squash soup, but with a Middle Eastern twist!

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Let’s Make an Eggplant Dish with Saffron!

Forward's Hélène Jawhara—Piñer shares with us a recipe that's perfect to prepare after the Jewish celebration of Sukkot – which just ended on Sunday. Jawhara—Piñer explains how the recipe uses etrog, which is "one of four species used to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkot"

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Let’s Make Stuffed Cabbage!

Right now Jews are celebrating Sukkot, where they inhabit sukkah, or temporary shelters that remind them of the huts the Israelites lived in during their 40 years of wandering the desert. Some will eat and even sleep in their sukkah, so many of the meals prepared are warm and comforting to get them through the chilly autumn evenings.

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