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Lahuhua is a spongy, soft and flexible flat bread that is made in a skillet. Yemenite Jews traditionally eat Lahuhua with soup or stew.

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Warm pita, hummus and Israeli salad reminds me of eating outside on a peaceful, summer evening in Israel. You can use this recipe to make your own Israeli Pita Pockets (pitot in Hebrew).

During the week of Passover, we generally eat special kosher for Passover Popovers. But Popovers can really be enjoyed year-round. I like the fact that when the kitchen pantry is almost empty and my kids are scrounging for something to eat, I can almost a ...

This Apple Torte has replaced chocolate cake as our favorite Shabbos dessert. I'm glad because I'd rather that we all eat a dessert with apples in it. In addition, this impressive looking cake is surprisingly easy to make and especially delicious. If you ...

Our cousin from Minneapolis, who regularly hosts Shabbos meals for large crowds, has become reliant on this Adaptable Shabbat Torte lately. Meryll claims that once you get the hang of the cake, you can make it on autopilot in less than 10 minutes (if you' ...

This Plum Torte is incredibly delicious. And it turns out to be more healthy than the Apple Torte because there is no need to sprinkle sugar on top of the plums like I sprinkle on the apples. For a sure-fire summer Shabbos dessert hit, try this Plum Torte ...

My mother-in-law is an excellent baker, and she contributed this Apple Cake recipe to the About.com Kosher Food site. Since this moist and delicious cake is pareve, you can serve it for dessert after a festive meat meal. While this apple cake is especiall ...

If you like a cake that is not too rich and that goes great with a glass of tea, then this Lemon Tea Bread is the cake for you. This cake is easy to prepare and freezes well. This Lemon Cake is the perfect cake to serve when you've invited guests over on ...

My wife came back from Atlanta with this recipe for Oreo Balls, claiming that these cookies served at her nephew's bar mitzvah were extraordinary. My first reaction was that buying Oreos means not having to prepare treats, as Oreos are treats enough. But ...

No need to throw away those old bananas just because there is no need for cake in your home now. This recipe for Chocolate Banana Cake, contributed by Phyllis Katz, freezes so well that I generally bake it, wrap it and freeze it right away. While it can b ...

This is the easiest and quickest way to make your own pareve chocolate cake icing. Put one container of Rich's non-dairy whip topping and 2 parve chocolate bars in a sauce pan. On low heat, stir together until melted and combined. Then pour the icing on y ...

I've made this cake for over a decade. My kids refer to it as "the chocolate cake." I like that the ingredients are ones I always seems to have on hand (chocolate, eggs, sugar, margarine and a bit of flour), so I can whip this cake together whenever the n ...

Sara Finkel, author of <i><a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/koshercookbooks/gr/bk_finkel_delic.htm">Classic Kosher Cooking: Simply Delicious</a></i>, calls this Halvah Cake recipe one of her personal favorites. Halvah, a sweet confection consisting ...

What do you get when you cross apples with flour, oil, eggs, sugar and spice? This kosher parve Apple Cake recipe from Ohio caterers Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer. Julie says this recipe is by far their customers' favorite dessert.

In England a sponge pudding is a hot cake that is served for dessert. Traditionally it is steamed in a water bath in the oven for over 1 1/2 hours. However, this recipe "cheats" by cooking the pudding in a microwave for less than 10 minutes.

If you are a chocolate lover, this cake is your dream come true. As a kosher dairy recipe, it is less versatile than kosher parve dessert recipes (kosher observant can not serve it after a festive meat meal). Nevertheless, this Chocoholics' Chocolate Cake ...

I used to make a cake and then find I lacked the powdered sugar needed to make the icing. Now, thanks to this recipe, I'm always able to glaze my cakes. Water, cocoa, sugar, margarine and vanilla extract is all that is needed to make this delicious parve ...

This is one of those "gotta have the recipe" recipes that I got from a friend. Everyone, including my "I don't like cheesecake" son, loved this delicious cake. I call this Israeli Cheesecake because its main ingredient is Israeli white cheese (<a href="ht ...

This is one of my favorite cheese cakes and as cheese cakes go it is quite low in calories though this has never stopped anyone from licking the plate and asking for more. This cake is a must in my house for Shavuot. I make it without a crust buy you ca ...

My wife brought this Butter Pecan Turtle Cookies recipe to Israel with her from America. The recipe makes good use of the fresh pecans from my parents' pecan tree. And since these sweet treats freeze so well, this is the perfect make-ahead dessert for hol ...