Category - Hanukkah

HanukkahLike most holidays, the Jewish celebration of Hanukkah has its own traditional recipes, some of which are vegetarian. Fried foods feature heavily, in remembrance of the oil that lasted for eight days. Hanukkah Sameach!

(Also see Jewish recipes)

Applesauce

Sure you could just buy it at the store, but homemade applesauce is one of the all-time great treats.

Bagels

BagelsBagels seem daunting, but they’re actually really fun to make.

Cascadilla

This dairy-based, traditional Jewish soup is light and refreshing.

Cheese Blintzes

Although I’ve seen menus with various kinds of fruit blintzes listed, for me cheese blintzes are the only option. The creamy cheese filling complements the warm crêpe so nicely, I can’t imagine filling it with anything else.

Cheese Fritters

Eat these wonderful crunchy cheese fritters as soon as possible after they are cooked.

Mock Sour Cream

Vegan sour creamCreamy, savory, and just a bit sour – this thick tofu-cashew mixture is perfect on potato pancakes and many Mexican dishes.

Poppyseed Cookies

Delicious, not-too-sweet cookies filled with poppyseeds.

Potato Pancakes

Vegan potato pancakesPotato pancakes, or latkes, are a Jewish dish traditionally served at Hanukkah. These crispy potato pancakes are delicious at breakfast and brunch.

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