Eat Jewish Recipes
Increasingly trendy worldwide, Israeli food mixes the flavors of the Middle East and the Jewish Diaspora.
The most ancient of desserts.
This much beloved egg dish has become an Israeli icon.
Rosh Hashanah Food
Why this ancient fruit is a Jewish symbol.
You won't miss refined sugar or butter with this sweet treat featuring cinnamon and cardamom-spiced nuts covered with honey syrup.
The rich, nutty flavor of sesame adds a special pop to this creamy dish.
Homemade hummus is easy and cheap.
Bright greens, toasted pistachios, black lentils and sugar snap peas give this salad a burst of texture in every bite.
The addition of Middle Eastern spices gives this challah a subtle flavor that is perfect with a savory meal.
Potato and spinach hamantaschen!? Yes, they exist, and they're delicious.
Tamari and seaweed give this Middle Eastern staple a touch of Asian flair.
This perfect brunch dish brings Jewish-American flavors to a sweet and buttery Yemenite bread.
This half-frozen sweet treat with Middle Eastern flavors is bound to impress any dinner guests.
Hummus, shakshuka, sabich, homemade pita and Israel salad in honor of Yom Ha'aztmaut.
Upgrade your snacking game with these crispy strips and a bright, creamy dip.