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Hanukkah recipes

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Celebrate the festival of Hanukkah with classic Jewish recipes. Make a stunning beef brisket main, latkes to share and delicious doughnuts for dessert

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  • Potato latkes on a plate

    Classic potato latkes

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    Serve these potato latkes with apple sauce, or smoked salmon with a dollop of soured cream. Traditionally made for Hanukkah, they're great all year round

  • Hanukkah biscuits

    Hanukkah biscuits

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.3 ratings

    Good Food reader Danielle Brown shares her grandmother's recipe for savoury Kaak biscuits, traditionally eaten during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah

  • Za’atar and herb potato latkes

    Za'atar & herb potato latkes

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    Latkes are a Jewish classic – essentially, potato cakes made with onion. Take them up a notch by adding a handful of herbs and za’atar (a peppy blend of herbs popular in the Middle East)

  • One-pot beef brisket & braised celery

    One-pot beef brisket & braised celery

    A star rating of 3.7 out of 5.7 ratings

    This beautiful beef brisket dish is based on the Tuscan braise – beef in Barolo wine, but you can use any full-bodied red that suits your budget

  • Potato and celeriac kugel in a baking dish

    Potato & celeriac kugel

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    Lighten the carb-load by replacing half the potato with celeriac in this potato kugel. Potato kugel is a traditional Jewish Sabbath side dish

  • Challah bread on a wire cooling rack

    Challah

    A star rating of 4.9 out of 5.9 ratings

    Make challah bread, a sweet, enriched loaf traditionally eaten on Friday nights by Jewish families to celebrate the Sabbath. The leftovers make lovely French toast

  • Raspberry jam doughnuts served on wire trays

    Raspberry jam doughnuts

    A star rating of 3.6 out of 5.7 ratings

    Take your baking skills to new levels by making your own jam-filled doughnuts. Decorate with pink icing and freeze-dried raspberries for the wow factor

  • Classic roast chicken & gravy with carving knife & fork

    Classic roast chicken & gravy

    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.132 ratings

    What more can we say? A classic roast chicken recipe should be in everyone's repertoire, and it can always save the day

  • A collection of strawberry halva hamantaschen

    Strawberry halva hamantaschen

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    Enjoy these triangular cookies made with a filling of tahini, honey and strawberry jam. Hamantaschen are often enjoyed during the Jewish festival of Purim

  • Chocolate orange babka plaited into a festive wreath shape

    Chocolate orange babka

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.17 ratings

    Make a chocolate orange babka for a showstopping treat at Christmas. Babka is an enriched bread dough usually made in a loaf tin, but we've shaped it as a wreath

  • Slow cooker beef pot roast with gravy and roast potatoes

    Slow-cooker beef pot roast

    A star rating of 4.3 out of 5.124 ratings

    Get this beef brisket in the slow cooker first thing in the morning, so that come evening-time your Sunday dinner is an absolute breeze. Perfect for busy family weekends

  • Apple sauce in bowl with knife and fruit on board

    Apple sauce

    A star rating of 4.6 out of 5.34 ratings

    Our easy apple sauce is a great accompaniment to rich meats, such as goose or pork. It needs just three ingredients to make in one simple step

  • Bite-sized toffee apple doughnuts

    Bite-sized toffee apple doughnuts

    A star rating of 4.3 out of 5.7 ratings

    Master the art of deep frying and rustle up a batch of these irresistible mini-doughnuts filled with cinnamon caramel

  • Cinnamon, raisin & walnut rugelach pastries on a wire rack

    Cinnamon, raisin & walnut rugelach

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    Bake these delicious pastries characterised by a melt-in-the-mouth cheese-based dough. They originated in Poland and are a popular Jewish treat

  • Gravadlax

    Gravadlax

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.10 ratings

    Cure your own salmon, Scandinavian-style, with dill, juniper, and lemon and serve with a mustard sauce

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