Eat Jewish Recipes
It should come as no surprise that challah wrapped around some brie is delicious, decadent and a great party appetizer.
Bright greens, toasted pistachios, black lentils and sugar snap peas give this salad a burst of texture in every bite.
In search of a modern, yet classic, take on the Eastern European dish.
If you've never made knishes from scratch, you are actually just a handful of ingredients and a few steps away from making your own delicious version.
The combo of juicy melon and salty cheese creates a flavor explosion with every bite.
Albondigas, or meatballs, are a mainstay of Sephardic cuisine.
This quick salad is a cinch to whip up, keeps for several days in the fridge and is a real crowd-pleaser.
Deli meats slathered in Russian dressing and wrapped in puff pastry -- now just a touch fancier.
Tamari and seaweed give this Middle Eastern staple a touch of Asian flair.
This bright summery dish can be spruced up further with figs, plums or peaches.
The flavors of this light salad develop more completely the longer it sits.
Hummus, shakshuka, sabich, homemade pita and Israel salad in honor of Yom Ha'aztmaut.
The fried chicken skin crackling is making a comeback.
Upgrade your snacking game with these crispy strips and a bright, creamy dip.