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This Moroccan-style brisket is so abundant and impressive looking, you can keep the sides super simple.
Delicious latkes that can be made on the stovetop or in the oven — it’s your choice!
A cross between a beignet and a jelly donut, sufganiyot are pillowy donuts that are eaten in Israel and around the world during Hanukah.
Mandel bread is a traditional twice-baked Jewish cookie similar to biscotti.
With its rich, slightly sweet flavor, shiny golden crust, and pillowy interior, challah isn’t just for the Jewish holidays — it appeals to everyone, any time!
This baked homemade applesauce is rich, tart and sweet — almost like apple pie filling — and a world apart from store-bought.
Spiced with a blend of curry, cumin, ginger and cayenne pepper, these sweet potato pancakes are a delicious alternative to the usual latkes.
This sheet-pan roast chicken dinner is the perfect no-fuss dish — everything can be prepared and assembled a day in advance, so all that’s left to do at dinnertime is pop it in the oven.
Making chicken soup is a bit of a “potschke,” as my mother would say, but it’s not hard — you pretty much throw everything into a pot and forget it. And these matzo balls are made from a mix!
This slow-roasted salmon with an elegant fresh herb salsa is wonderful at room temperature, making it perfect for a holiday brunch or buffet.
Similar in taste to beef bourguignon, these braised short ribs make a cozy yet elegant dish.
Heavy on the butter and nutmeg, this cake has all the flavors of your favorite cake donut in a convenient square shape.
From Laurie David’s book, The Family Dinner, this roast chicken is a great dish for creating cozy family moments around the table.
Sweet and spicy, these curried roasted carrots taste like vegetable candy.
A much-loved Jewish holiday treat, chocolate rugelach are miniature pastries posing as cookies.
This beef brisket is cooked on top of a massive heap of onions, which slowly caramelize and make a flavorful French onion soup-like gravy.
It’s hard to improve on simple roasted Brussels sprouts, but a drizzle of balsamic vinegar and a touch of honey bring the flavors to life.
Delicious to eat and fun to make, rugelach are miniature crescent-rolled pastries with a sweet filling.