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The Jews of Salonika used to bake el pan de siete cielos – the bread of the seven heavens – as part of their Shavuot celebrations. El pan de siete cielos is a rich fatty bread, flavoured with anise extract or arak. It is sculpted into shapes connected to Shavuot. Traditional shapes included some or all […]
This recipe is from Violife.
A delicious treat from Zoe Marks.
Introducing: the ultimate Passover cookie from Jewish Food Hero. During Passover, it feels nice to enjoy nourishing homemade treats that are good for us. I’ve adapted a traditional chocolate chip cookie recipe to use all plant-based, healthy ingredients that are Kosher for Passover. If you eat Kitni, no-one – from your kids to your husband […]
Recipe by Violife, the UK’s leading plant-based alternative to cheese.
A lovely, easy and fun to make treat for Chanukah! These doughnuts are best when served immediately, but they can be stored in airtight containers overnight.
Are baked doughnuts really doughnuts? Well, not exactly. But this recipe aims to replicate that fried goodness with crispy exterior and moist interior. And what is it about nutmeg that transforms everything into a doughnut? Who knows, who cares. Just be grateful that you can have these adorable doughnuts without breaking out the deep fryer. […]
Even though my father was the chef, my mother would always allow me to help her bake desserts in the kitchen on the weekends. Whenever she decided to bake, I was always there, sneakily waiting for her to pass me the empty bowl to lick clean of whatever remained. Not an easy feat when you […]
Notice how most butter products in the supermarket are packaged in plastic? This butter is planet-friendly and a delicious way to use that leftover water from soaking chickpeas, or from the tin. Chickpea water is a really useful ingredient and can be made into delicious things like meringue and marzipan. Scientifically, it’s known as ‘aquafaba’ […]