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  1. Mini Potato-Carrot Pancakes with Festive Sour Cream
    Recipe Rating: 3.86062

    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—spicy, savory or sweet and sour. Choose your favorite or reduce the amounts to make all three and offer a variety.

    Categories: Appetizers, Family Friendly, Entertaining, Low Sodium, Vegetarian, Sugar Conscious

  2. Spinach and Matzoh Ball Chicken Soup
    Recipe Rating: 3.38709

    A rich, flavorful broth is crowned with light-as-air dumplings in this recipe. One of the secrets to fluffy matzoh balls is gentle handling. Form the balls as gently as possible, leaving them a little uneven and cloudlike for best texture.

    Categories: Soups and Stews, Dairy Free, Sugar Conscious

  3. Pistachio-Citrus Rugelach
    Recipe Rating: 3.08746

    Great for cookie swaps and gift giving, these not-too-sweet but oh-so-tasty rugelach will become part of your cookie rotation. A dough flecked with poppy seeds and lemon meshes perfectly with a filling of chopped pistachios. Watch our how-to video.

    Categories: Desserts, Gifts, Make Ahead, Vegetarian

  4. Roasted Root Vegetable Matzoh Ball Soup
    Recipe Rating: 3.38038

    Roasted root vegetables bring a golden savory goodness to this vegetarian version of a Passover favorite. Lightened with fresh dill, chives and vegan butter spread, the delicious handmade matzoh balls are easier to make than you might think. For ease of preparation, the vegetables can be roasted the day before preparing the soup.

    Categories: Soups and Stews, Dairy Free, Vegetarian

  5. Apricot Kugel
    Recipe Rating: 3.76607

    Fran from New Orleans sent us this recipe, a tasty twist on a traditional Jewish holiday dish. She likes to serve it for brunch or as a side dish at dinner. Fran adds "About 25 years ago, I converted to Judaism. I developed my own kugel recipe after trying many published ones. Many women in my synagogue say my kugel is the best they've ever tasted!"

    Categories: Desserts, Side Dishes, Breakfast and Brunch, Entertaining, Family Friendly, Make Ahead, Vegetarian

  6. Fig Rugelach
    Recipe Rating: 3.51322

    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.

    Categories: Desserts, Family Friendly, Gifts, Make Ahead, Picnic and Potluck, Cooking with Kids, Entertaining, Vegetarian

  7. Rugelach
    Recipe Rating: 3.02615

    These cookies feature a rich cream cheese pastry rolled around a delicious nut and raisin filling. For a variation, the cookies can be filled with your favorite jam, instead of the raisin mixture.

    Categories: Desserts, Cooking with Kids, Entertaining, Family Friendly, Gifts, Make Ahead, Vegetarian

  8. Apple Lokshen Kugel
    Recipe Rating: 3.56596

    Kugel is a baked noodle pudding traditionally served on the Jewish Sabbath. Our versatile, slightly sweet version works well as a dessert.

    Categories: Desserts, Make Ahead, Entertaining, Family Friendly, Vegetarian

  9. Southwestern Matzoh Brei
    Recipe Rating: 3.74959

    A traditional Passover-week dish, this version of matzoh brei is reminiscent of Southwest favorite migas. Serve for breakfast or a light lunch, topped with a spoonful of your favorite fresh salsa. Watch our how-to video.

    Categories: Breakfast and Brunch, Quick and Easy, Vegetarian

  10. Potato and Carrot Kugel
    Recipe Rating: 3.40601

    Cut this potato-based kugel into squares and serve as a side dish at brunch, lunch or dinner.

    Categories: Side Dishes, Family Friendly, Entertaining, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Low Fat

  11. Zucchini Potato Latkes
    Recipe Rating: 3.62795

    This version of potato pancakes comes from Romania. It is a great alternative to the traditional latke recipe. Serve with applesauce and/or sour cream.

    Categories: Side Dishes, Family Friendly, Dairy Free, Vegetarian

  12. Potato Latkes
    Recipe Rating: 3.6166

    Curious about the connection between Hanukkah and latkes? Latke is the Yiddish word for pancakes. The latke draws its origin from the Ukrainian potato pancake. It is the dish most associated with Hanukkah in the United States since foods fried in oil have symbolic meaning for the holiday. This recipe makes a lacy potato pancake as long as the matzoh meal is used sparingly. Serve with applesauce and/or sour cream.Watch our how-to video.

    Categories: Side Dishes, Quick and Easy, Entertaining, Family Friendly, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Sugar Conscious

  13. Roasted Garlic Matzoh Ball Soup
    Recipe Rating: 3.51413

    This take on a comforting classic puts savory roasted garlic into pillowy light matzoh balls and gives the broth a touch of warmth by infusing it with jalapeño. If you have leftover soup, store the matzoh balls and broth separately so the balls don’t get soggy. Watch our how-to video.

    Categories: Soups and Stews, Entertaining, Sugar Conscious, Vegetarian

  14. Tofu Reuben with Russian Dressing
    Recipe Rating: 3.49478

    This Reuben is a far cry from the original mile-high sandwich made with corned beef, Russian dressing and lots of melted cheese. This sandwich makes your mouth happy, as the layers of sauerkraut, tofu and cheese work so well nestled between the griddled crispy rye bread.

    Categories: Sandwiches, Main Dishes, Family Friendly, Quick and Easy, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Sugar Conscious