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Baked Herbed Gefilte Fish

Author: Jamie Geller

Roasted Garlic Asparagus

Author: Susie Fishbein

Apple Matzoh Kugel

Author: Abigail Kirsch

Hummus

This recipe is from The Best Recipes in the World by Mark Bittman.

Author: Mark Bittman

Fluffy Matzah Balls

If you like light, airy matzah balls, you'll like this recipe. It's my son David's favorite, especially when his grandmother makes the matzah balls.

Author: Joan Nathan

Crispy Potato Leek Kugel

Inspired by the flavors of potato-leek soup, this kugel is creamy on the inside, crackly on the outside, and completely irresistible.

Author: Leah Koenig

Atlanta Brisket

Author: Jean Anderson

Potato, Carrot, and Zucchini Kugel

Author: Diane Rossen Worthington

Flourless Chocolate Orange Almond Cake

This flourless chocolate-orange almond cake is bittersweet in the best way.

Old Country Chopped Liver

Author: Robert Sternberg

Kartoffel Kugel (Ashkenazic Potato Pudding)

This classic Jewish savory potato pudding has a crisp crust and a moist, soft interior.

Author: Gil Marks

"Tzimmes" Chicken with Apricots, Prunes, and Carrots

This holiday-ready dinner has all the flavors of tzimmes, the traditional Jewish sweet side dish made with stewed dried fruits and honey. Roasted on baking sheets with colorful young carrots, this recipe...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Spinach and Matzoh Pie

On a weeknight, when you don't have the time to work with paper-thin sheets of phyllo, try matzo. Although different from phyllo, it makes an easy framework for a spanakopita-like pie. This pie's dill-...

Author: Melissa Roberts

Veal, Wild Mushrooms, and Red Wine

Author: Abigail Kirsch

Chicken Soup

This is a classic chicken soup recipe, using homemade stock and a whole chicken.

Author: Sharon Lebewohl

My Favorite Brisket (Not Too Gedempte Fleysch)

Basically, this is what you'd offer your future in-laws to ensure their undying affection. This is a taste-great, feel-good classic Jewish brisket, but while the recipe has been in the family for years,...

Author: Stephanie Pierson

Baked Gefilte Fish

Author: Todd Gray

Flourless Chocolate Walnut Cookies

This signature Payard treat delivers a delicious dose of heart-healthy fat and antioxidants, courtesy of the nuts and cocoa.

Author: Francois Payard

Wine Braised Brisket with Tart Cherries

Beef brisket is the centerpiece of many Jewish holiday meals, particularly at Passover, and every family has their favorite way of preparing it. There are countless recipes out there, but how many do you...

Author: Melissa Roberts

Traditional Apple Walnut Charoset

This is a standard Ashkenazi (Eastern European) recipe, with a little brown sugar added for depth.

Author: Adeena Sussman

Noodle Kugel

Author: Carole Chernick

Matzo Meal Latkes

Author: Sharon Lebewohl

Mamaleh's Brisket

The point cut is the fattier end of the brisket. It's more tender and especially delicious because of the marbling. Ask for it first.

Green Chicken Soup with Dill Matzo Balls

Enliven traditional chicken soup with spring-y fennel and a dose of fresh green kale. Dill-flecked matzo balls bring the classic to another level.

Author: Leah Koenig

BA's Best Chocolate Macaroon Cake

A flourless, gluten-free, and grain-free chocolate cake reminiscent of chocolate-dipped macaroons with almonds, coconut, and ganache topping.

Author: Claire Saffitz

Engel's Passover Brownies

Author: Nancy Rosenberg Engel

Matzo Brei

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Crispy Skin Chicken with Dill and Garlic Sauce

Quickly shallow-frying the chicken halves in shallot oil after they've been roasted locks in their juices and results in beautiful golden brown and crispy skin. Served with garlicky boiled potatoes, then...

Author: Kat Boytsova

Shaved Carrot and Radish Salad with Herbs and Pumpkin Seeds

This salad highlights the many green herbs that are an essential part of Persian cuisine, especially in spring when they are just coming into season. This salad is a crunchy, raw counterpoint to a rich...

Author: Louisa Shafia