Smaller size latkes mean you can sample a wide variety of toppings on your plate.
Add this Cucumber Cabbage Salad to your Easter or Passover menu. Fresh dill adds bright spring flavor to this crunchy salad.
While there are many variations of Potato Kugel, this recipe is by far the most delicious and fuss-free. The machine basically does all the work, which is a blessing in itself. Moist on the inside and crispy on the outside is how your kugel will be when you pull it out of the oven and serve to your family and friends.
Whipped egg whites add lightness without the need for leavening. A delicious gluten-free cake that’s perfect for Passover or anytime. If you’re making this cake for Passover you will want to use Kosher for Passover ingredients.
For many people, kugel is one of those foods that brings back old memories and strong nostalgia. Kugels were traditionally fried and because most frying pans are round kugels came out round, which is where the name comes from. Kugel means round or circular.
Seriously, who doesn’t LOVE delicious Homemade Potato Latkes? Don’t forget to top them though with sour cream & chives; Greek yogurt & pomegranate seeds; smoked salmon, crème fraîche & caviar; or homemade applesauce.
If you’re a lover of beets then you’ll love this easy recipe. Beets can be cooked in a variety of ways, but roasting them really brings out their natural sweetness. These beets are perfect for the upcoming Jewish holidays.
This rugelach is made with a tender cream cheese dough that gives it that traditional taste and texture.