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Kosher Bruschetta has all the gooey, cheesy, flavorful zing of Italian Bruschetta, and this recipe can be made in ten minutes or less!
The Backstory: Even though we may think of Kosher Bruschetta as a misnomer, after all, Brus[…]-READ-MORE>
Kosher chicken tempura is crispy, savory, and absolutely delicious. This is a dish you can make at home with a few simple steps and our no-fail recipe.
The Backstory: Tempura is one of my go to dishes for something fast and de[…]-READ-MORE>
The Backstory: My family always loved soup. It’s just one of those comfort foods, like stew, meat loaf and roasted chicken that always warms the soul. I admit, it took me a long time to learn how to prepare soup so that they […]-READ-MORE>
The Backstory: When I think of borscht, I immediately picture my grandfather slurping up spoonfuls of this deep magenta soup, oblivious to the sounds of his own enjoyment, and smacking his lips with a satisfied “aahh” every few s[…]-READ-MORE>
The Backstory: I cannot remember a time when this velvety soup was not served for a holiday dinner. My mom never measured anything, and here I am trying to convert her favorite answer to my question, “how much of this or that” […]-READ-MORE>
Surprisingly delicious, chicken with ketchup glaze strikes the perfect balance of sweet and tanginess and makes a quick and easy weeknight dinner.
The Backstory: Okay, so not exactly the most appetizing name for a dish, but It[…]-READ-MORE>
This recipe for schmaltz and grebenes will give you a taste of the past (for those who remember!)
The Backstory: This is definitely a Jewish thing. And what you might call an acquired taste. Mention it to someone who is not […]-READ-MORE>
The Backstory: I have eaten fried fish sandwiches all my life. I’ve had it at fast food restaurants, in a posh hotel (that shall remain nameless), but the best place I ever had this type of sandwich was at a roadside place c[…]-READ-MORE>
Homemade whole wheat chicken fingers are moist, juicy, and easy to make. Make extra and freeze for busy nights when you need quick meals the kids will love!
The Backstory: If you’ve got kids, chance are, you’ve got a fussy eat[…]-READ-MORE>
Kosher crispy fish cakes are perfect as an appetizer, first course, or main dish. Don’t forget the lemon wedges!
The Backstory: This is one of those old-fashioned recipes that you’ll probably remember from childhood. These kos[…]-READ-MORE>
Kosher Sloppy Joes are a fan favorite for kids young and old. The tangy sauce and juicy beef combination are just too good to resist! Add a side of chips, a salad, or even a dill pickle to round out this classic meal.
Kosher Chicken Chow Mein is beloved by American Jews and our recipe will have you making this fan favorite at home in no time.
The Backstory: We Jews certainly love Chinese Food. I have had this type of cooking in some of th[…]-READ-MORE>