Celebrate the Sukkot holidays with these great recipes from Jamie Geller. Salads, side dishes, and main courses are featured. Try them out and see for yourself!
Editor’s Note: We’ve marked which recipes are FREEZER FRIENDLY so that you can cook and bake ahead of the holidays. If a holiday falls on a Thursday-Friday, be sure to read Eruv Tavshilin to properly prepare for Shabbat.
Chicken Meatball Stew – This recipe was inspired by an Italian soup recipe. With a few easy steps, you can have a delicious light entrée for a holiday night meal.
|Secret-Spice-Rub Roast Beef – Use the secret rub on roasted chicken, fish and vegetables. The roast beef is a versatile dish that is easy to make, quick to prepare, and delicious! FREEZER FRIENDLY!|
|Braised Flanken – This dish is a real winner. So easy to make, yet it tastes as if you spent all day in the kitchen! Great when you face a lot of holiday cooking. FREEZER FRIENDLY!|
Chicken with Mango Rice – Savor this fusion of ingredients as they combine to make a melody in your mouth. Quick, easy, and delicious!
Slow Cooker Sesame Chicken – This classic chicken dinner has only a few ingredients that should already be in your pantry. Sweet and tangy, you’ll love it! FREEZER FRIENDLY!
Soups, Salads, and Sides
Brisket– and Veggies–Stuffed Acorn Squash – This is the perfect recipe for leftover brisket of any kind. Quick, easy, and great for an evening holiday meal.
Green Beans with Walnut Miso – This side dish is perfect for a holiday meal! Light, delicious, colorful, and always a crowd-pleaser.
Sweet Potato Kale Salad – This extraordinarily healthy type of lettuce can be quickly made into a hearty lunch meal. Sweet potatoes and almond slivers add a splash of color.
Acorn Squash and Lentil Salad – A perfect dairy salad that’s not only nutritious, but also appealing to the eye. Try this salad when you want a switch from holiday meat dishes.
Carrot Ginger Soup – An incredibly easy, quick, and tasty soup that can be served hot or cold. Top with toasted pumpkin seeds or croutons for the perfect soup entrée.
|Warm Salmon Salad – Enjoy this luscious (and delicious!) warm salmon salad with colorful peppers, raisins, pine nuts, and spinach. Quick and easy to make.|
|Moroccan Fish – This stunning and flavor-packed fish is a staple Shabbat appetizer among Sephardi Jews. Served hot with sauce. You don’t have to be Sephardi to love this fish!|
|Salmon Gefilte Fish – Want to use a traditional recipe but add a bit of zing? Jamie Geller incorporated poached salmon into the gefilte fish recipe to give it a delightful change of taste.|
|Scallion Dill Sauce – I recently made this sauce and so many of you asked for the recipe. It is so good with salmon, but you can serve it with chicken or veggies, too.|
Pecan, Chocolate, and Raspberry Rugelach – Enjoy this rugelach that’s not only delicious but healthier too! Freezes well, so make extras of this sure-to-please dessert.
Pumpkin Maple Bundt Cake – This beautiful cake is a parve version of the seasonal pumpkin pie. A delicious dessert to end your holiday meals.
|Best Apple Crisp – Is it a side dish, or a dessert? Crisp, or kugel? Just apples, or with cranberries? Either way you serve it up, it’s a sure winner with family and guests!|
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Jamie Geller is one of the most sought-after Jewish food and lifestyle experts worldwide. She is the bestselling author of 5 books and founder of Kosher Network International, publisher of JamieGeller.com featuring more than 10,000 recipes, articles, and videos. Check out her new #1 Amazon Bestseller, Brisket 101and her new family meal plan “Fresh Families” at FreshFamilies.us.