Holiday Recipes

Published August 20, 2010.
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Rosh Hashanah:

Chickpea Cakes with Lime Honey Dipping Sauce

Fesenjan (Chicken in Pomegranate Walnut Sauce)

Green Rice

Holiday Challah

Honey Balls

Mead and Hard Cider Cocktails

Poached Apples and Pears in Orange Blossom Water

Yid.Dish: Chili Peppers on Rosh Hashanah

Yid.Dish: Crema di Zucca (Pumpkin Soup)

Yid.Dish: Delicata Squash Soup with Apple Croutons

Yid.Dish: Recipe: Farmer Freed’s Super Easy Cake With Fruit On Top

Yid.Dish: Sweet Potato Kugel

Yid.Dish: Who Invited Julia Child to Rosh Hashanah?

Yid.DishThe Search for the Perfect Pomegranate Chicken (and Seitan) Continues

Yom Kippur (Break-Fast):

Avgolemono (Egg and Lemon Soup)

Galaktoboureko (Custard-Filled Filo Pastry with Syrup)

Pesce All’Ebraica (Italian Sweet-and-Sour Fish with Raisins and Pine Nuts)

Yid.Dish: Apple Butter and Anise Bread

Sukkot:

Etrog Cake

Etrog Jam

Thanksgiving:

Yid.Dish: Apricot Glazed Tempeh & Onions

Hanukkah:

Andrine’s Vegetable Latkes

Basic Latkes

Basic Latke

Celery Root and Potato Latkes

Create Your Own Signature Latkes

Greta’s Great Latkes

Homemade Hanukkah Gelt

New Mexican Sweet Potato Latkes With Lime-Sour Cream Sauce

Pear Olive Oil Cake

Potato Pancakes with Celery Root and Apple

Potato Pancakes

Veggie-Feta Latkes

Yam Ginger Latkes

Yid.Dish: Aviva Allen’s Spicy Potato Latkes

Yid.Dish: Chickpea Fries

Yid.Dish: Curried Sweet Potato Latkes

Yid.Dish: Got gelt? Post-Chanukah suggestions for using up less-than-amazing chocolate

Yid.Dish: Homemade Applesauce

Yid.Dish: Latkes and Toppings

Purim:

Blood Orange Maple Nut Granola

Candied Ginger from Jacob Baskin

Chicken with Eggplants (Joojeh Bodemjune)

Grandma Rachel’s Poppy Seed Rolls

Hamantaschen

Persian Halvah

Ruth Marx’s Hamantaschen

Sambusak B’tawah (Iraqi Chicken (or Tofu) Turnovers)

Shirin Polo (Persian Sweet Rice)

Yid.Dish: Fortune Cookies

Yid.dish: Ha + mohn + tashen (poppyseed filling)

Yid.Dish: Hamentaschen

Yid.Dish: Individual Baklava

Yid.Dish: Savory Hamantaschen with Mushroom Filling

Passover:

2nd Avenue Deli Matzo Balls

Chocolate Truffles

Crispy Herbed Halibut

Food Network’s Flourless Walnut Date Cake

Julian’s Matzah Ball Soup

Katz’s Deli Matzo Balls

Leek Mina for Passover (Mina de Carne con Prassa)

Matzah Tortillas

Matzah Tostada Yucatan Style

Matzo Balls

Pineapple Truffles

Red and Golden Beets with Arugula Walnuts and Tarragon Vinaigrette

Roasted Beets With Toasted Hazelnuts

Roasted Halibut, Passover Cauliflower Pancake and Hibiscus Chipotle Glaze

Roasted Red Pepper and Mushrooms

Sandy Gertler’s Mandel Bread

So strange, it might just be good

Telepan’s Dark Chocolate Almond Cake

Warm Runny Chocolate Soufflés

Yid.Dish: Bitter Green Salad With Roasted Pears

Yid.Dish: Charoset for Building the Pyramids

Yid.Dish: Charoset: A Rememberance of Mortar Used for Pharaoh’s Construction Projects

Yid.Dish: Cut Fat and Cholesterol out of Pesach

Yid.Dish: Fig, Date and Cinammon Charoset

Yid.Dish: Homemade Matzah

Yid.Dish: Maple Pecan Matzah “Granola”

Yid.Dish: Maror

Yid.Dish: Matzoh Crunch

Yid.Dish: Quinoa, a Passover Game-Changer

Yid.Dish: Roasted Red Pepper and Walnut Dip

Yid.Dish: Spotlight On: Charoset

Yid.Dish: Sugar & Spice & All Things Nice, or Jemma

Zabar’s Matzo Balls

Shavuot:

Shavuot Cake: A Family Tradition

Yid.Dish: Blintz Blitz

Yid.Dish: Friends (Chevre) Cheesecake

Yid.Dish: In Search of the Perfect Cheesecake

Yid.Dish: Lemon Ricotta Cheesecake

Yid.Dish: Strawberry Rhubarb Blintzes

Yid.Dish: Sweet Under the Tongue – Coffee Flan With Raspberry Sauce

Tu B’Shvat:

Couscous with Dried Fruits and Nuts (Couscous Hiloo)

Israeli Wine and Fruit Soup

Moroccan Orange Salad (Salata Latsheen)






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