Eat Jewish Recipes
This go-to chicken recipe, with a glossy and delicious sauce, is perfect for Rosh Hashanah or Shabbat.
Need a gluten-free or dairy option? Look no further.
Cooked slowly overnight, this hearty meat stew is a traditional dish for Shabbat lunch.
The rich, nutty flavor of sesame adds a special pop to this creamy dish.
With rice, noodles AND matza balls, this soup is a carb fest -- and it's glorious.
Sit back and relax, forget slaving over a hot stove and set your slow cooker for one of these delicious chicken soup recipes.
There's nothing easier or more delicious than this slow-cooked stovetop soup.
Sweet carrots combined with a savory blend of spices makes for a perfect side dish to any meal.
This lunchtime salad is especially nice plated individually and topped with cashews.
These tangy, sticky wings are taken to the next level by being served on a nest of silky sesame-tahini noodles.
Crisp lemon vinaigrette, seasonal produce, and fatty charred salmon is a fabulous combination.
This American comfort food classic gets an Israeli twist with plenty of za'atar and fresh thyme.
Noodles tangle together under a sweet, nutty sauce and combine with shredded grilled chicken for an easy make-ahead dish.
This Israeli-inspired dish is incredibly delicious and easy, and is equally awesome for a weeknight dinner or Shabbat.
This velvety, bright green soup is easy to assemble, puree and reheat.