Eat Jewish Recipes
Chicken soup is universal, comforting and enjoyed year-round.
The enveloping aroma of cumin, turmeric, coriander and black pepper just screams comfort food.
This gently seasoned beef and barley mushroom soup is a cold weather classic.
Too intimidated to make your own kreplach? These Jewish cooking pros make it simple.
With rice, noodles AND matza balls, this soup is a carb fest -- and it's glorious.
Forget slaving over a hot stove and set your slow cooker for one of these delicious recipes.
There's nothing easier or more delicious than this slow-cooked stovetop soup.
This velvety, bright green soup is easy to assemble, puree and reheat.
Making ramen at home is surprisingly easy. Mix and match until you find your favorite flavor combination.
A satisfying vegetarian-friendly dish chock full of white beans, peas, asparagus and bite-sized pasta.
This is the perfect soup to warm you up, make you feel good, and fill up your belly.
This twist on the classic butternut squash soup adds a Middle Eastern spice blend to the warm, creamy dish.
Easy enough for a weeknight dinner, but delicious enough for Shabbat.
This could soup is a perfect starter for any summer meal, served in martini glasses and garnished just like the beloved brunch cocktail.
Slow cookers are ideal for Shabbat.