Eat Jewish Recipes
Because it's not a holiday without slow-cooked brisket.
Did we mention how easy these chocolate-drizzled treats are to prepare?
Making a simple roasted chicken is said to be a sign of a great cook.
A beloved Old World dish with humble origins and rich flavor.
Think apples and cinnamon is the only way to go? A whole other world of harosets is out there.
One of the most popular ways that North American Jews enjoy haroset.
This much beloved egg dish has become an Israeli icon.
Cooked slowly overnight, this hearty meat stew is a traditional dish for Shabbat lunch.
Stuffed cabbage is one of the most quintessential Ashkenazi Jewish dishes.
Everyone gets excited when brisket is served. But sometimes you don’t want to wait until the holidays to enjoy this ...
Bourekas are a Sephardi, and more specifically Turkish, treat coming from the word borek, which means pie.
Need a gluten-free or dairy option? Look no further.
Brushed with melted butter and parmesan, this Friday night staple is absolutely delicious.
Serve this quintessential comfort food for Shavuot, for Shabbat, Yom Kippur break-fast, or just because.