8 Festive Hanukkah Recipes
Brisket With Pomegranate Juice
The acidity of the pomegranate juice is a perfect foil for the richness of the beef.
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Simple Roast Chicken
Because the onion and potatoes cook in the same pan as the chicken, there’s very little post-dinner cleanup.
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These essential Hanukkah treats have an unusual—and healthy—twist which makes cooking them a breeze: They’re baked, not fried.
Get the recipe for Latkes.
This recipe is a modern interpretation of a traditional salt-cod-and-potato brandade. When the cod is mixed with mashed potatoes and fried, the result yields a sort of latke that can be served as an appetizer, a side dish, or a main course.
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The key to making fluffy, light matzoh balls is to pack them loosely; you want them to float when they cook. Matzoh balls almost double in size when they cook, so be sure not to make yours too big.
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Polish ponchik are fried doughnuts stuffed with jelly. This quick and easy recipe allows anyone to celebrate Hanukkah with homemade jelly doughnuts.
Get the recipe for Raspberry Ponchik.
These cookies may look complicated, but they’re a cinch to make. The secret? Starting with refrigerated pie crusts.
Get the recipe for Rugelach.
Sometimes called mondel bread, or Mandelbrot, this cookie is very much like Italian biscotti. It is baked twice to make it very crunchy.
Get the recipe for Mandel Bread.