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This Applesauce Cranberry Ice is the perfect ending to a filling Passover Seder meal. This recipes comes from Tamar Ansh's Passover cookbook, A Taste of Tradition: Pesach - Anything's Possible! This is a lite dessert, and it can be made in well in advance ...

Susan Portman is a very talented artist who also knows how to cook artfully. She highly recommends her mother's special applesauce recipe. Her mother's secret was to cook the apple peels and cores in water to make a nice apple juice, drain, and then to ad ...

So simple and so good! This Apricot Chicken is my family's favorite saucy chicken recipe. I like to make it for Shabbat lunch because it is moist enough to serve the day after baked.

Rugelach is sold fresh everywhere you turn in Israel, so I never felt the need to make my own. But six months into running a Kosher Food site, the time arrived for me to give it a try. I researched a bunch of recipes, took ideas from each of them, and the ...

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 ...

Artichoke Potato Soup

If you like the taste of artichokes, then you'll like this Artichoke Potato Soup. On cold winter evenings, my kids enjoy this with crackers. And the potatoes in the soup give it enough girth to work as a family dinner.

Artichokes make a wonderful first course. Children love to pull off one leaf at a time until they get to the heart of the artichoke. What a fun and healthy way to start a family meal together!

If you are tired of baked chicken for Friday night Shabbat dinner, try these quick and easy Asian Chicken Kebabs. This Chicken Kebab recipe also enables those who work on Fridays to put freshly prepared chicken on the Shabbat table even in the winter when ...

This Asian Three Pepper Salad is everything you could want in a salad. Preparation is simple and quick. The dish is lite and nutritious. And the salad adds color to the table and flavor - a touch of Asian flavor in this case - to your meal. Serve this col ...

I first ate Asian Tuna Salad at a Bar Mitzvah luncheon, and I immediately feel in love with its fresh, light and original taste. When Julie Remer and Paula Weinstein contributed this recipe for Asian Tuna or Chicken Salad, I was pleasantly surprised to le ...

Baba Ghanoush - also known as Baba Ghanouj and Baba Ganoush - is a dip or spread made of roasted eggplant and tahini. Simply roast the eggplant, scoop out the softened pulp, and then puree with tahini and seasonings. The seasonings used in this recipe for ...

My mother traditionally served Baked Apples with Dried Fruit and Cherry Liqueur for the Jewish holiday of Tu B'Shvat. I'm making a change. I'm going to start preparing and serving these delicious baked apples throughout the year in my home.

These Baked Fish Fillets, cooked with onions, garlic, mushrooms, tomatoes and wine, are a lite, healthy and delicious main course for a summer Shabbat dinner, especially when you have fish-eating vegetarians at your table. After you prepare it once, you'l ...

Looking for a easy, versatile, tasty fish recipe? This is it. Buy any fish you like, mix together sauce ingredients you are sure to have in your pantry, and bake for 30 minutes. This recipe comes from Sara Finkel's cookbook, Classic Kosher Cooking: Simply ...

Summer is the perfect time to cook with your kids, and this recipe for Baked Breaded Fish Sticks is a great parent-child cooking project. Children can bread the fish, and together you can put the breaded fish sticks into the oven. Ten minutes to prepare t ...

What better way to bake fish than to surround it with a variety of fresh vegetables and flavor it with white wine, lemon juice and spices?

This Baked Gefilte Fish and Peppers Recipe is easy, healthy, and delicious. It makes the ideal Shabbat appetizer, especially when served with homemade challah.

Gefilte fish is a loaf of chopped up fish, usually white-fleshed freshwater fish such as carp or pike. The chopped fish is generally mixed with onions, carrots and parsley. Eggs and matzah meal hold the mixture together. This gefilte fish recipe is unique ...

Why work hard when you don't have to? You can enjoy great tasting gefilte fish without spending all day in the kitchen. Simply buy a frozen gefilte fish loaf, cover with tomato sauce, and bake. Baked Gefilte Fish in Tomato Sauce is an easy and delicious S ...

This Baked Halibut recipe works well as a fish appetizer for a holiday dinner (gefilte fish substitute) or as a summer Shabbat dinner main dish, when the meal tends to be late and is best kept lite. Fish-eating vegetarians guests will be thrilled. Other w ...