Our Epic Hanukkah Menu
If you’ve been dreaming about your favorite holiday flavors — crispy pan-fried latkes and tender braised brisket, for starters — it’s time to get inspired! We’ve curated favorite Hanukkah flavors that honor tradition to make your celebrations deliciously memorable and your menu more complete. Not planning to cook the entire meal? Let us handle the cooking.
Roasted Brisket with Parsley, Mint and Thyme
Fragrant fresh herbs, garlic and tangy vinegar prove a perfect match for slow-cooked brisket. Be sure to baste frequently for moist and tender results.
Classic Matzo Ball Soup
Poaching chicken breast right into the broth gives this classic soup wonderful flavor and aroma, and fresh dill adds brightness.
Polish-Style Beet Soup
Sometimes called clear borscht, this rendition of the traditional Polish soup is surprisingly light and brothy.
Roasted Chicken with Herbs
Roasting chicken with a delicious crust of herbs, salt and pepper gurantees an irresistible dinner dish. Serve alongside roasted veggies for a simple meal.
Spice-Crusted Roast Salmon with Ginger Beets
This simple, festive treatment for a whole side of salmon is an easy way to feed a crowd with style.
Serve these latkes with sour cream or applesauce for a traditional treat, or top them with crème fraîche and smoked salmon for a luxurious appetizer.
This latke (the Yiddish word for pancake) recipe makes a lacy potato pancake, as long as the matzoh meal is used sparingly.
Oven-Roasted Brussels Sprouts
This four-ingredient side dish makes for a simple preparation that will pair perfectly with Hanukkah mains.
Jam-Filled Coconut Donuts (Sufganiyot)
Filled with sweet-tart jam and crowned with toasted coconut, these baked donuts are a fun version of more traditional Hanukkah sufganiyot.
Chocolate Gelt Buttons
As fun to eat as they are tasty, this homemade Hanukkah gelt is topped with golden flaxseeds, sesame and poppy seeds, and turbinado sugar.
A dough flecked with poppy seeds and lemon meshes perfectly with a filling of chopped pistachios.