On Purim, the Jews of Iraq ate Sambusak pastries filled with cheese and decorated with sesame seeds. Aside from Purim, these versatile pastries can be served as snacks, hot or cold.
Kugels and Sides
These crispy thin sliced onions make the perfect topper for sandwiches, salads, and soups like our Roasted Potato-Leek Soup.
Butternut Squash Medley
A quick, easy-to-make side dish that’s sweet to the palate and colorful to the eyes. It will be a beautiful (and delicious) addition at your festive table.
Chai Roasted Stuffed Acorn Squash
A perfect Fall vegetable side dish that’s both healthy and delicious. Squash is flavored with chai tea and stuffed with bulgur, onions, pecans, and cranberries.
Butternut Squash and Sage Stuffed Shells
This easy and fast make-ahead dairy meal is great when you’re short on time. Delicious and healthy, this recipe is a sure winner
Vegetarian Moroccan Stuffed Peppers
This recipe is based on the flavors in kibbeh, the traditional fried bulgur and beef bites. You get all the flavor with less work and more health benefits.
Brisket- and Veggies-Stuffed Acorn Squash
This is the perfect recipe for leftover brisket of any kind. Quick, easy, and a great for an evening holiday meal.
Quinoa, Sweet Potato, Walnut Veggie Burgers
This recipe, with sweet potatoes, meaty mushrooms, "toothy" walnuts, and al dente quinoa, will change the way you think about veggie burgers!
Crispy Quinoa Cakes
Need something light yet filling for Seduah Shlishit? Try these easy-to-make quinoa cakes and top them with spicy tomato sauce or your favorite topping.
Chickpeas with Ground Meat and Roasted Pine Nuts
You don’t make chickpeas every day, but here's a recipe that everyone will lick their fingers and leave nothing on their plates!
Stir-fried Vegetables on Rice Noodles
Want something different after the heavy holiday meals? This quick-to-prepare parve version can be easily turned into meat with the addition of chicken or beef strips.
Chinese Quinoa Cakes
When you have leftovers, turn them into fritters! These Quinoa Cakes are a crispy Asian appetizer that is easy and healthy.
One-Pot Broccoli and Olive Oil Spaghetti
This recipe is based on a classic olive and broccoli spaghetti, but made in one pot. The flavor is mild, which can be helpful with picky eaters.
One-Pot Pumpkin Mac and Cheese
This one-pot recipe can be whipped up with pantry and freezer staples, using only one pot, and ready in under 20 minutes! Bonus, you get loads of vitamin A from this mac.
One-Pot Winter Veggie Pasta
Here’s the perfect busy mom’s dinner right here--from fridge to table in less than 30 minutes. Plus, there’s only one pot to wash!
Carmelized Onion Spaghetti Squash Casserole
You won’t miss the dairy in this casserole! The eggs in this recipe create a “cheesy” crust so divine that you might think you put mozzarella in there! Great as a side dish for any meal, even during Passover!
Corn Bread – The “Cake” That Will Make Your Day!
Is it bread or is it cake? A wonderful pastry that anyone can make. Suitable for breakfast and even as a dessert!
Bourekas – Israeli “Hot Pockets”
Everyone will love these Israeli “hot pockets”. Perfect as an hors d’oeuvres or snack, you can store un-baked bourekas in the freezer for up to 3 months.