As Hanukkah, or the Festival of Lights, approaches, you're likely working on your meal planning. A lot of the recipes served at Hanukkah is fried in oil, as a symbol of the ancient lamps that had enough oil only for one day but miraculously burned for eight.
You surely remember the delicious tastes and the aromas that wafted throughout the house during celebrations past: Potato latkes, applesauce, matzo balls soup, brisket, doughnuts and other baked goodies probably come to mind!
Make this the year to branch out and try a few new Hanukkah recipes to celebrate! You don't have to go completely "out with the old," but incorporate a few new foods into your celebrations, or change up your traditional recipes just a touch.
Traditional dishes usually take time. With today's busy life, you can still make a traditional dish, but using a nice shortcut. This is one easy, tasty recipe!
Like so many holiday dishes, everyone seems to have their own family recipe and special way of making kugel. Opt for this sweet and creamy noodle kugel recipe that includes cranberries to the delight of your guests!
There's nothing wrong with trying to add a more healthy twist to a traditional dish. These baked latkes will be a bit lighter, but still provide you with the crunchy exterior and soft interior for a potato treat!
What are the holidays without your favorite, traditional cookies? These tasty treats are sweet and rich and all about sharing with family and friends.
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As you plan to celebrate with your family and friends, consider new ways to enjoy the festivities. Consider a few new Hanukkah recipe options to make your meal a time (and taste) to remember!
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