by: A N G Soft • 3
Preparing a Passover seder for twenty? Or a Purim feast for six? Or making a kosher meal to impress the in-laws? Whether it’s grand-scale celebrating or a cozy simple at-home meal, cooking traditional Jewish fare is one of life’s great joys. Yet preparing all those favorites you grew up with—like challah, hamantaschen, a roast leg of lamb drizzled in herbs—delicious enough to please a roomful of hungry guests as well as fulfill holiday expectations can be pretty intimidating. Yet it doesn’t have to be.
Don't wait for the holidays to make some of these traditional Jewish recipes. These are good year-round. You'll also find some nouveau recipes. Included are recipes used for traditional holidays such as Passover Seder, Hanukkah, Rosh Hashanah and others.