Israeli food is a colorful mix of local dishes and recipes brought from all over the world by Jews from the Diaspora. The Israeli cuisine is frequently ranked among the top ten healthiest diets in the world being quite similar to the Mediterranean diet. 'Israeli Food' brings you the best Jewish recipes and news from the culinary world.
Why go the traditional grilled meat route when you can serve your discerning guests grilled fish and vegetables?
This is the time of year for placing pieces of meat on metal skewers and grilling batches of tasty brochettes.
Two delicious vegetable dishes for the holiday table.
Kosher food in general has developed so much as it has been influenced by cuisines around the world, and Passover food should be no different.
Brush up on your matza history and trivia.
A new cookbook brings us the flavors of Balkan Jewish cuisine.
This Passover, try serving traditional Seder dishes with a twist, transforming them into modern upscale delights.
Learn to use fresh lemongrass.
Have a northern Italy style pizza night.
Here are a handful of simple and delicious snacks that are the perfect addition to your Mishloach Manot baskets.
Get ready to make this simple root vegetable one of your favorites.
Valentine's Day may be well and truly over, but that doesn't mean you can't fall in love with this deliciously dreamy coconut cake.
Quick and easy to prepare chicken dishes that are perfect for cold, rainy days.
Turn the chore of baking into a pleasant and relaxing experience.
No other food says "love" better than chocolate.
Chef Laura Frankel gives this classic Mexican dish a modern twist.
Try these recipes that reflect the cuisine enjoyed by Sephardi Jews.
Dull salmon takes on a new life when paired with these exciting ingredients.
An irresistible cheese fondue is perfect for the party season.
Learn how to integrate this healthy new trend into your soups, salads and more.
Try this simple recipe for low braised beef ragu and get cozy in the winter time.
Homemade dumplings are easy and fun!
Will the new Israeli standard for healthful bread make things easier for confused consumers?
Learn some great French and Spanish style fish recipes from chef Eyal Lavie of restaurant Pastis on Tel Aviv’s Rothschild Boulevard.
There is something magical about the golden pools of chicken fat.
For Tu Bishvat, enjoy dates and other dried fruit in your baking and cooking.
Discovering the secrets of sourdough.
Now is the time to bake some fruit cakes.
Make these hearty, no-fuss soups in less than an hour.
Need some drink ideas for this New Year's eve celebration? 'Jerusalem Post' brings you great recipes for a fun time.
Freshly made ravioli is festive and inviting and not difficult to make at home.
These are the “secret” processes that occur in your oven as bread bakes. If your preparations are exemplary, the finale of the process will be a resounding success.
Unseasonably cold temperatures throughout the world lend to comfort foods and soup with every meal. Here are some great recipes to stay warm.
Celery root makes a delicious puree and with the addition of potatoes and garlic, it is gobsmackingly delicious!
Easy and tasty gourmet fish dishes to make at home.
On my regular market run, strawberries, romaine, green beans… I was elated to find a bright, fragrant and beautiful package of lemons.
Make exotic delights using a common Israeli ingredient – ptitim.
Winter cooking, comforting on so many levels…it tastes great and is easy to make!
The Hanukka party is not over. Winter is a great time to gather with friends and nothing says festive like an amazing, crispy-crusted roast.
Translated as 'woman of the house' or 'housewife' and originally meant as an honorific, the term implies to some being a slave to family demands.
Hanukka is replete with religious symbolism, reflected in the holiday cuisine.
Try these foolproof recipes for doughnuts from around the world, including Moroccan sfinge, baked American doughnuts and Italian panzerotti.
Tired of eight days of mess and the effort involved in making latkes? Try these freezing tips and all of these latke recipes for a delicious Hanukka.
Crispy, crunchy and delicious, fish and chips combined with sweet, nutty black garlic are a perfect Hanukka meal.
Crispy skin, tender juicy meat and short cooking time. Fried turkey for this year's hybrid holiday of Thanksgivukkah seems the best choice.
This year, why not try these reinvented and totally terrific alternatives to traditional jelly doughnuts.
Colorful and tasty, these patties are great as finger food all year round.
Dishes made from root vegetables are perfect on chilly winter days.
Stale bread and old wives’ tales.
Try these recipes adapted from popular Asian street food.
Combine the deliciousness of baked sweet potatoes with marshmallows and the crispiness of a latke to celebrate Hanukkah and Thanksgiving falling on the same day.
Try these gourmet dishes for a special dinner with friends.
Spinach seems to pop up on all of the Best Food lists. Check out some of these great dairy and fish recipes.
These recipes are all easy, Asian, and will be a big hit when you serve them to guests.
Gremolata can be sprinkled on vegetables, soups, stews, braised meats and any dish that needs a little oomph.
Make environment-appropriate bread for the cold days ahead.
Enjoy citrus in all shapes and sizes for more than just desserts.
In honor of International Sandwich Day, try adding exotic flavors to your sandwiches.
Filling, easy and flavorful pasta dishes that work both as side and main.
Here are some important tips for baking with whole grain flour.
It's too late for ice cream and too soon for hot desserts so during this time of transition, mousse seems the best option.
Bibimbap, which means Mixed Rice, is a perfect comforting Korean rice dish topped with sautéed and pickled vegetables and hot chili paste.
Warm and nourishing, soup is comfort in a cup. Try Moroccan couscous soup with green fava beans for something a little different.
After some intensive "High Holiday cooking" we take a little break from long kitchen hours, keeping it healthy, light and simple.
Become a hands-on pro at home and try this easy recipe for sourdough rye bread.
Don’t shy away from this quintessential fruit now in season.
As an architect who loves birthdays, chocolate and baked goods, Elisheva Menachem uses fondant to model the shapes she wants and creates something new each time.
On Simhat Torah, enjoy some delicious and easy cookie recipes that will please your family without chaining you to the kitchen.
Sorghum is a hearty grain that can be used in place of barley or farro in recipes; this Curried Pumpkin Sorghum recipe is perfect for a Succot meal.
Try these holiday-inspired cocktails using arava, etrog ,lulav and hadas.
In fact, why not cook with it? Here are a few ideas including chicken with root vegetables and etrog pie.
With the scent of etrog in the air, here are some easy desserts you can whip up whenever company comes to call.
Grilled Tomato Soup with Gremolata Topping and Maple and Date Glazed Short Ribs are great options for warm and delicious meals in the Succa.
Bake spelt cookies with nuts and dates for breaking the fast and entertaining in the succa.
Rusitc vegetable galettes are easy to make, can be prepared ahead of serving and make a change from a traditional kugel.
Although there is an undeniable culinary aspect to the High Holy Days, the main emphasis is deeper, more spiritual in nature.
On the morning of a holiday or Shabbat, pamper your family with fresh, home baked buttery cakes. A great start to a new year or a new week.
Using the same traditional recipes each year can become boring so spice things up with Moroccan-style fish patties or a different kind of salad.
There's only so much honey you can use for dipping apples in, so the leftovers for main dishes such as sweet and spicy orange honey chicken.
With their silky skin, meaty flesh and the generous array of colors and shapes, summer tomatoes are nothing like their winter counterparts.
Mix things up a little this year by adding honey to all different kinds of cakes such as cupcakes and chocolate cake.
Add meaning to your holiday cooking with recipes that relate to Rosh Hashana traditions.
It may still be summer but Rosh Hashana is just around the corner; mix the two holiday favorites for a sweet New Year.
What are you waiting for? Grab a bunch of herbs from your garden, scrounge around your pantry and fridge, and improvise your own pesto.
Match figs with meat for some sumptuous holiday dishes such as lamb stuffed figs and beef carpaccio with figs.
Use an old French cooking method and inspiration from around the globe for this holiday’s fish dish.
This ancient grain is versatile and is perfect to use with stuffed peppers as well as soups, salads and even as a side dish.
Add some new tips to your arsenal of baking knowledge in time for the High Holy Days.
Serve frozen cocktails at your next party such as Campassion, Pear and grappa, Sabra fruit and Limoncello, Watermelon and vodka.
Try adding mangoes to salads or even steak sauce for a bit of extra summer sweetness.
Enjoy these delicious lime recipes while the lime season lasts!
Even if you can’t go on vacation from the usual, your palate can with this recipe for Jamaican Jerk Chicken.
Having trouble deciding what to eat while it's so hot outside? Chilled soup Ajo Blanco fits the bill perfectly.
Make a Sicilian-inspired couscous meal with dishes such as fish couscous with saffron and anise sweet couscous with pistachios and almonds.
Not all products that state so on their package are truly whole grain. Here is what whole grain really means.