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Looking for something new to pack for lunch? Are your kids tired of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches? My children love pita bread stuffed with fried eggplant and techina. While I avoid frying whenever possible, I am willing to fry eggplant slices so I c ...

I was served this Deli Roll for a Shabbat appetizer at a friend's house, and I immediately knew the recipe was destined for this Kosher Food site. Everyone, including the kids, loved the look and taste of this easy to prepare first course.

How can you make a Reuben sandwich both kosher and a Shabbat appetizer? Simply remove the dairy ingredients such as the cheese and roll the corn beef and sauerkraut in puff pastry dough. The result is a festive deli roll that your family and guests will l ...

Caponata

Caponata, a southern Italian stew consisting primarily of eggplant and bell peppers, makes a wonderful kosher parve appetizer. Serve this versatile vegetable concoction at room temperature with toasted bread or crackers, on a bed of lettuce, or in a scoop ...

Matboucha, a traditional Moroccan dish, is so popular in Israel that it can be found right next to the Hummus on Israeli grocery store shelves. Once you make it yourself, you won't want to settle for store-bought Matboucha anymore. My neighbor in Israel, ...

Tapenade is a rich olive spread that originated in the Provence region of France. The classic Tapenade is a paste of black olives, capers, olive oil and spices, but today many types of Tapenade can be found. This Tapenade is my favorite because it include ...

Kohlrabi, which tastes a bit like a mild, sweet broccoli stem, is popular in Israel in soups and salads. While kohlrabi is delicious just sliced and seasoned with fresh lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper, this recipe softens it up by salting it for f ...

This Cooked Olive Salad is often set out on the table as a first course appetizer next to the humus, matboucha, eggplant salad, tomato-cucumber salad and breads at parties in Israel. This delicious olive-tomato dish is easy to prepare. Just boil the olive ...

Kosher Pigs in a Blanket are called Moshe B'Tayva, which means Moses in the Ark, in Israel. Simply roll pastry puff dough around kosher hotdogs and bake. The recipe is so easy that children can make these hotdog roll-ups all by themselves.

My sister-in-law in Atlanta, Georgia introduced me to this recipe. I brought it back to Israel, serving it for Seudat Shlishit and at holiday meals that are traditionally dairy like Hanukkah and Shavuot, and it is always a big hit. Easy to prepare and del ...

The local cooking store was offering an Italian cooking class one evening, and my wife and I decided to join in the fun. In addition to the fun, we came home with this delicious and easy recipe for Sun-Dried Tomato Spread. Serve with focaccia, pita, toast ...

Is that avocado you bought getting soft? Just mash it up with the back of a fork, and add some mayonnaise, lemon juice, garlic and salt to create a kosher pareve and child friendly dip.

Hummus, made from garbanzo beans (a.k.a. chickpeas), is served as an appetizer, side dish or main course in Israel. Today grocery stores in Israel sell a variety of Hummus spreads (with pine nuts, with olive oil and paprika, with zaatar, with tahina...). ...

Invite over friends, put on some Israel music, and celebrate Israel together with this festive Stuffed Eggplant Dip. It requires a bit of chopping and sauteing, but the finished dish is well worth the effort.

We had the pleasure of eating at our friend Meira's house for Shavuot. For the first course, she served gazpacho soup as well as a variety of cheese spreads with crackers. Among the various cheeses, there was this amazing Hungarian cheese spread. My son l ...