Plenty of recipes for Hanukkah including latkes, sufganiyot, matzo balls and anything else you need for the feast.
This soup will cure what ails you. Made with a whole chicken, this soup is simmered for 3 hours and will make you feel better when you're sick. Jewish penicillin.
This is a traditional Jewish holiday recipe called sufganiyot, normally served during the Hanukkah season. These are really great when stuffed with jam.
Slow cooked over night, this chicken soup is delightful. Chicken, celery, onion, garlic and carrots, this soup is amazing. You can even add matzo balls if you like.
I adapted this recipe from a Jewish cookbook which I have. I make these potato pancakes for when my Jewish friends come over to visit.
Potato pancakes are a little different and special when made with sweet potato. There's a great comfort food side dish.
A variant on the traditional potato latkes that includes fresh zucchini and feta. A big taste difference!
This spicy twist on a classic Jewish beef brisket uses horseradish and mustard for extra flavour. It is cooked in a slow cooker for an easy dinner.
These delicious latkas have potato, sweet potato, onion, eggs, garlic salt and a bit of white pepper. They are a lovely twist on the traditional potato pancake.
These doughnuts, filled with jam or cream cheese, make perfect Chanukah treats. Start this the day before so the dough can rise overnight.
These potato pancakes have grated potato, courgette, onion, flour and eggs. I just use what I have on hand, so feel free to substitute anything you like.