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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 the Jewish Chronicle. Why make gnocchi when you can crush baby potatoes instead?
This recipe is from the Jewish Chronicle. Enjoy this rich and creamy vegetable spread during Passover this year – there’s an Ashkenazi version for those avoiding kitniyot.
This recipe is from the Jewish Chronicle. Spice it up with this vegan-friendly Tunisian aubergine favourite.
This recipe is from the Jewish Chronicle. A dairy-free soup with a satisfyingly creamy texture.
This recipe is from the Jewish Chronicle. It is Kosher for Passover. Simple, seasonal and full of flavour, make the most of beautiful blush oranges while they’re in season.
A delicious treat from Zoe Marks.
A hearty main course for your Passover meal! This dish contains kitniyot. Recipe from JewishFoodHero.com, with a few tweaks to make it Kosher for Passover.
Meet the unsung hero of the Hamantaschen cookie! The savoury Hamantaschen! Hamantaschen are made to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim, which celebrates the bravery of Esther against the evil, Haman. Although the cookies are typically sweet and filled with things like poppy seeds, jam, or chocolate, I decided this year to try a savory […]
This is really easy and can be made in stages ~ so just perfect for entertaining. You can even freeze the base and bring it out when required. Recipe by Denise Phillips, Professional Chef & Cookery Writer