Sephardic Food

Baklava with Honey and Cardamom Recipe

You won't miss refined sugar or butter with this sweet treat featuring cinnamon and cardamom-spiced nuts covered with honey syrup.

Leftover Chicken Recipes: Moroccan Spinach Pie & 5 More Easy Ideas

What to do with that leftover moist chicken from your soup-making?

Dukkah Recipe: The Egyptian Spice Blend You’ll Love

This everyday Egyptian condiment is comprised of nuts and a diverse array of seeds, spices, herbs, sea salt and pepper.

Where to Find the Best Shakshuka in NYC

A guide to where to nosh your favorite North African brunch dish.

5 Jewish Recipes to Make with Summer Tomatoes

Whether you’re growing your own tomatoes in the backyard (like me!), getting barrels of tomatoes in a CSA, or just ...

Sephardic-Inspired Sangria – Two Ways

White Peach Sangria with Orange Blossom Water and Strawberry Rosé Sangria? Yes, please.

Mimouna: A Delicious Way to Celebrate the End of Passover

Mimouna is not only a feast, but a symbolic and spiritual event that marks the beginning of spring--a time full of hope for wealth and abundance in the coming year.

Purim Recipe: Arab-Style Tortellini (Shishbarak)

On Purim it is traditional to eat food with fillings hidden inside to symbolize the hidden nature of the Purim miracle, ...

What Would Queen Esther Eat Today?

Esther, the star of the Purim story, is one of the bravest heroines for so many reasons–she not only strategized ...

Sephardic Jeweled Rosh Hashanah Rice

Sweet and fragrant, this dish incorporates symbolic holiday foods.

Moroccan Fish and Crispy Rice Cake with Saffron Crust

Vibrant red, yellow, and green colors, a spicy aroma, and delicate textures all come together in this perfect dish.

Yemenite Kubaneh Bread with Grated Tomato Dip

The Jews of Yemen would assemble this buttery, yeast dough and serve it warm and fluffy for a post-services breakfast.