When it comes to tender, juicy brisket, don't hurry a good thing. Let the meat cook slowly with carrots, potatoes, and dried fruit then serve with a savory red wine sauce. Left on during cooking, the brisket's layer of fat keeps it extra moist.
Fresh and fast, this colorful dish gets its crisp-tender crunch from shaved fennel. Sweeten the 25-minute side salad with pineapple and golden raisins.
Cracked pepper adds a savory element to the caramel flavor of this update on classic kugel. Serve the Hanukkah side dish with fresh parsley.
Fry these favorite potato pancakes last so they stay extra crispy during your Hanukkah dinner. The golden latkes can be made with simple ingredients like garlic, salt, and russet potatoes, or made modern with our Sweet Potato Currant, Beet-Carrot, and Horseradish variations.
Feeding a crowd? This easy challah recipe is your answer as it yields enough fluffy slices to serve 48. Keep it classic with our basic egg-brushed bread or satisfy any sweet cravings with our ideas for chocolate and cinnamon-sugar challah.
Served whole and flavored with cumin, hazelnuts, and honey, these roasted carrots are hard to resist. For a pretty display of color, swap regular carrots for rainbow carrots.
Whether you choose to fill it with fruit preserves or chocolate spread, these fluffy doughnuts are a real holiday treat. Sprinkle them with a dusting of powdered sugar or homemade icing for a divine dessert.
This traditional Hanukkah side dish is made with fresh parsnips, beets, and sweet potatoes. Olive oil, garlic cloves, Kosher salt, pepper, and paprika flavor the veggies.
Combine the sweet flavor of peaches with mixed greens, shallots, almonds, and a light vinaigrette. Coated in bread crumbs and rosemary then baked until golden, thin goat cheese slices add the perfect amount of creaminess to the rich salad.
Try an old favorite a new way. Wine replaces the traditional water and tomato sauce braising liquid in this delicious beef brisket recipe while grapes and herbs join the carrot and onion mixture.
Never overcook your beef brisket again. Watch as we show you our secret fork test that ensures juicy, tender meat that's ready for your Hanukkah celebration.
Two teaspoons of garlic, a pinch of salt, and a dash of pepper make these green beans a hit. Chop the garlic with a good pinch of salt -- it will soak up the garlic flavor and transfer it to the beans.
Make this simple applesauce ahead of time or in your slow cooker. Fresh thyme sprigs add a touch of sophistication to the traditional side dish that can be paired with latkes or enjoyed alone.
Use a store-bought angel food cake, and this sweet treat is ready in less than 15 minutes. The fluffy whipped filling is made with mascarpone cheese, fresh rosemary, honey, and lemon juice.
This rich bread is formed into a festive braid and sprinkled with sesame seeds for a classic look. Use a mixture of whole wheat and all-purpose flours to keep the challah fluffy.
Update this traditional Jewish pastry with a sweet fruit filling of cherries, apricots, and walnuts. Cream cheese holds the flaky layers together.
For a spicy version of the traditional Hanukkah pancake, add cauliflower, onion, curry, and coriander to the potato mix. Serve the latkes with homemade applesauce or a dollop of creme fraiche.
Kids will love these star and dreidel cut-out cookies topped with homemade icing. The easy holiday dessert requires just 25 minutes of prep.