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Kosher Recipes for Jewish Holidays

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Last Updated on November 18, 2021

Food corner: traditional festival recipes, popular Israeli food and fun facts.

rosh hashanah challah recipe

The Easter European (Ashkenazi) kitchen and the Middle Eastern and North African (Sephardi) kitchens offer a taste sensation that ranges from sweet to savory, spicy and sometimes even a little bland.  Some festival foods have no borders and they are eaten by all Jews around the world.  Here are some of out favorites.

Rosh Hashanah Recipes

Sukkot

Jews would bring baskets of fruit and other delicacies to the Temple in Jerusalem during Sukkot. We commemorate this by eating similar kinds of food.

Hannukah

It is traditional to eat foods that have been deep fried; latkes, fritters and jam donuts.

Tu B’Shevat

Purim

It is traditional to eat Oznei Haman (English: Haman’s Eears) on Purim filled with poppy seed, nuts, dates, halva and anything else you can think of.

Pesach

Pesach recipes – forbidden foods and no leavening agents

Yom Ha’Atzmaut

Shavuot

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End your meal with black coffee – ‘Botz’, ‘Kafe Shachor’,  ‘Kafe Turki’, with or without cardamom – brewed coffee

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