From harosets and latkes to sweet matzo haystacks, discover delicious recipes for your Passover menu.
Go ahead and double the recipe: You can't have too much haroseth.
These chocolaty Jewish treats are sure to thrill your household.
A kugel is a pudding that can be served either as a side dish or as a dessert.
This is the lower fat and calorie alternative to your grandmothers recipe. It still tastes great though.
Delicious any time of year, matzo ball soup is a traditional way to start the Passover Seder feast.
There is a long family history for this recipe going back to the early 1900s. Diane Safran's maternal grandmother, Bubby Caron, began the concept and her mother, Bubby Stein, completed it and updated it to more modern times. Now Diane's kids help make t
Crushed candy topping provides the "glitz" in these voluptuous chocolate puddings. Try crushed pistachios or other nuts for an equally delicious combination.
Amp up the allure of veggies by marinating them in sweet and tangy balsamic vinaigrette. Delicious and party-perfect served warm on skewers, they're also great as leftovers added to pasta sauces and salads.
This salmon and rice salad is delicious and healthy. Perfect as a light main dish or potluck side, it makes a great addition to your barbecue menu.
When it comes to summer cooking, recipes with five ingredients or less reign supreme. With only four ingredients, this delicious and fresh salad may just become a summer staple in your house.
t really doesn't matter if you're Jewish or not, because this will be the most addictively delicious thing you have every had a hand in making; honestly, it could be one of the ten plagues, it's so dastardly.
Here's a way to start a big meal on a lovely, light note.