Green Bean and Potato Knishes
Though knishes’ exact origin is unknown, they’re believed to have originated between 400 and 600 years ago. Once you’ve tried these savory hand pies, it’s easy to see why they’ve stood the test of time. Full recipe here.
Chickpea and Baby Beet Salad with Pickled Red OnionsBeets aren’t just the main ingredient in borscht; the bright-red root vegetables are a key ingredient in many Ashkenazi dishes. In this easy salad, their earthy flavor grounds the tangy taste of quick-pickled red onions. Full recipe here.
Herbed Vegan Matzo Ball SoupThough traditionally served during Passover, this hearty, savory soup can be enjoyed all year round. Full recipe here.
Potato pancakes, or latkes, are a favorite dish for Hanukkah and make for great cold-weather comfort food. Full recipe here.
Jelly Doughnut HolesThis recipe offers a healthy take on another traditional Hanukkah treat: Our sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts), typically deep-fried, are baked here and filled with fruit-only preserves. Full recipe here.