Fresh vegetables tossed with sesame and sumac make a unique salad.
Matzo balls (also spelled matzoh) are traditional Jewish dumplings, usually made with chicken fat and served in chicken soup. This vegetarian version tastes great in vegetable soup.
Mayim Bialik is an American actress, neuroscientist, and more importantly—at least from The Veggie Table's point of view—vegan mom. Mayim's Vegan Table is a collection of tips and simple recipes with a slight emphasis on Jewish dishes.
Kugel is a traditional Jewish side dish that is usually slightly sweet but is often served as a side dish, rather than a dessert.
Delicious, not-too-sweet cookies filled with poppyseeds.
Potato pancakes, or latkes, are a Jewish dish traditionally served at Hanukkah. These crispy potato pancakes are delicious at breakfast and brunch.
Red lentils turn into golden mush when cooked, but they taste divine, especially in simple recipes like this red lentil soup from Syria. Just a few ingredients bring out all the flavor you need for a hearty and delicious vegetarian / vegan red lentil soup.
Sweet and tangy marinated tofu makes a fine fake pastrami. Serve it with quinoa or rice, or thinly slice for sandwiches.
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.
Like 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.