Eat Jewish Recipes
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.
Tender meatballs, chicken wings, and a heavenly sweet and sour sauce make for a delicious twist on a classic.
Stuffed cabbage is one of the most quintessential Ashkenazi Jewish dishes.
The rich, nutty flavor of sesame adds a special pop to this creamy dish.
Because it's not a holiday without slow-cooked brisket.
Classic shakshuka gets a dose of spiced lamb meatballs and fresh spinach for a one-pot wonder meal.
If a sweet pulled brisket got married to a can of baked beans, this dish would be their delicious baby.
Making a simple roasted chicken is said to be a sign of a great cook.
Top store-bought dough with chopped salad and an herb tahini dressing to recreate this Turkish street food.
Doughy little pockets of heaven filled with cheese and your favorite veggie combination.
Making ramen at home is surprisingly easy. Mix and match until you find your favorite flavor combination.
Super cripsy chicken + zingy, fresh slaw makes for one extra special Israeli-inspired sandwich.
Turkish-style lamb and beef meatballs paired are paired with flavorful veggies for a grill-happy meal.
Albondigas, or meatballs, are a mainstay of Sephardic cuisine.