Hanukkah Recipes

Fragrant fresh herbs, garlic and tangy vinegar prove a perfect match for slow-cooked brisket.

Freshly grated ginger gives this sweet carrot puree a hint of heat and flavor. For some crunch, add a garnish of toasted pumpkin or sunflower seeds.

Make these easy bites ahead, if you like. Once cooled, layer them between sheets of parchment paper in an airtight container then re-crisp on a lightly oiled baking sheet in a 400°F oven just before serving. There are three choices for flavoring the sour cream—...

These cookies are a buttery and rich Hanukkah tradition. Fig preserves and pecans make the filling for these indulgent cookies. Serve with coffee or tea.

Once cooked, you can keep these deliciously sweet latkes in a 200°F oven for up to 1 hour. If you’d rather not use flour, you can substitute 1/4 cup matzo meal, and let the mixture sit at least 20 minutes before making the latkes.

 

This hearty dish features mushrooms, kale and egg noodles, bound with cottage cheese and sour cream for richness. Use a variety of mushrooms in place of the button mushrooms, if you like.

Arrange any leftover brisket between slices of whole wheat bread and top with barbeque sauce to make hearty sandwiches. For a richer flavor, substitute 1 cup of red wine for 1 cup of the beef broth.

Pumpernickel, with its subtle sweetness and hearty flavor, provides the perfect base for an appetizing bite of smoked salmon topped with a lemon-dill crème fraîche mixture. You can prepare all of the components ahead of time, but assemble just before serving.

This robust stew-like soup makes a wonderful dinner served with potato latkes and applesauce on the side. Store leftovers in the refrigerator or freeze in containers for future use.