Eat Jewish Recipes
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.
Making a simple roasted chicken is said to be a sign of a great cook.
This go-to chicken and rice dish looks gorgeous, tastes incredible, comes together in no time, and you can make it all in one pan.
Like any good Jew, I love Chinese food. There’s nothing better than feasting on salty, saucy takeout favorites like orange ...
Super cripsy chicken + zingy, fresh slaw makes for one extra special Israeli-inspired sandwich.
This gently seasoned beef and barley mushroom soup is a cold weather classic.
Rosh Hashanah Food
These flavors deepen as they are cooked, making them sweeter.
Brisket is one of the most iconic Jewish American dishes, though every family and every Jewish cook has their own ...
With whole wheat flour and ground flax seed, this sweet bread is a not-so-guilty pleasure.