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    5 Reviews |  By s'kat

    This recipe was given to my MIL by her Great Grandmother, who immigrated from Poland. I swear this soup has magical powers, as it has nursed my husband to health from countless colds, flus, and even a total hip replacement!! This also freezes very well, so make in advance of flu season!

    Recipe #34486

    6 Reviews |  By Mirj

    These make light and fluffy matzoh balls. If you want hard as a rock matzoh balls (also known as Jewish hand grenades) you'll have to look for a recipe somewhere else.

    Recipe #21534

    21 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a family favorite, we eat it almost every week, but it's especially good on Passover.

    Recipe #23257

    6 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My mother used to make this all the time when we were kids.

    Recipe #14751

    Don't be put off by the amount of cooking time (I've quoted the longest time). It is well worth the wait and develops the flavour better with the long cooking. This recipe is adapted slightly from the original which was found at Just Slow Cooking.com.

    Recipe #95630

    This recipe, from The Essential Book of Jewish Festival Cooking, eventually surfaced in the Food Section of the 27 May 2009 issue of the Los Angeles Times.

    Recipe #375061

    These are good for lunch, as a snack or as breakfast on a matza. Of course they can be made with flour too. I usually make a bunch and freeze them.

    Recipe #111780

    6 Reviews |  By Bayhill

    Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-Israel. From the "Best of International Cooking" cookbook. I haven't had the chance to try this recipe yet.

    Recipe #172973

    This is the only knish recipe I've made. It always turns out so great and you can alter the filling to suit your tastes. Today I made the dough with yams instead of white potato. I also added some spinach and mushrooms to the filling. I added some dill and thyme to the filling instead of the parsley. The first 6 ingredients are for the dough.

    Recipe #234377

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    These are also from Cuba. I like them as a side with of course, melted butter and salt.

    Recipe #161020

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    This looked too good to pass up, since I love anything with eggplant. We tried it and we made some changes and here they are. Was originally found in Cooking Light, March/95.

    Recipe #162987

    I based this recipe on one I found in Nechama Cohen's "Enlitened Kosher Cooking." I chose the sweet variation, so that's what I'm posting; but if you want a savory kugel, leave out the Splenda, cinnamon and nutmeg and replace it with one peeled, sliced medium onion and two peeled, minced cloves of garlic sauteed in a tablespoon of olive oil. Don't be deterred by the cooking time -- most of it is spent waiting for the squash to cool, or the kugel to bake!

    Recipe #342154

    2 Reviews |  By Manami

    This savory pudding brings comfort home for Friday nights. :) Individual sized portions make serving a cinch. Great for company-style meals or maybe a luncheon! Country Living Magazine. UPDATE: 10/22/2009 - we made this the other evening with low-fat cream cheese and sour cream & I increased the cheddar cheese to 2 1/4 cups with a bit of sharp-cheddar thrown in. :)

    Recipe #339660

    This is my family's recipe for an Eastern European Jewish favorite. This side dish is traditionally made with bowtie noodles. It is flavorful and addictively delicious. Definitely not for the carb-shy! I am gluten-free and sadly, there are no gluten-free bowtie noodles on the market. If you are gluten-free, Hoffner's GF egg noodles or Glutano brand tagliatelle (made of maize) work best. Buckwheat, by the way, is not related to wheat and is gluten-free (and tasty).

    Recipe #192220

    A Jewish recipe, originally from "Foods From Eastern Europe Add Variety to Purim Menus" which I have adapted from one I found on www.jewish.com. Posted for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #136498

    Great tasty recipe that can be used for multiple occasions.

    Recipe #325670

    Potato Knish Tillie Bogatz

    Recipe #294835

    33 Reviews |  By Kishka

    I have been eating potato kugel all my life - take it from me, this one is the absolute best. It's from the "Kosher Palette Cookbook" it is crispy on the outside and creamy and, well, 'lacy' on the inside. It freezes very well so I usually double the recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #71313

    Vegetarians' Passover Pleasure! You'll never know there's no noodles in this, tastes wonderful.

    Recipe #293529

    A vegetarian cutlet from the Woman's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery (Jewish Cookery).

    Recipe #171952

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