25 Jewish Foods Everyone Should Learn to Cook
From buttery loaves of challah to crispy potato latkes, here are the traditional Jewish foods that everyone should be able make at home.
You can eat this soup any time of year, but it’s a great dish to serve at your Passover Seder alongside one of these Passover chicken recipes.
Get more classic Jewish recipes by picking up one of these Jewish cookbooks.
Editor’s tip: This side is a great accompaniment to any of our Passover lamb recipes.
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Filled with cheese, bourekas are popular Sephardic Jewish pastries made from puff pastry or phyllo dough and often topped with sesame seeds. You can find them at many Jewish holidays, including Shavuot.