We are helping you with you Hanukkah celebrations with 20 Hanukkah Recipes.
What Is Hanukkah?
Hanukkah an eight-day Jewish celebration also known as the Festival of Lights. The holiday season typically occurs in December and is a festival of Re-dedication of the holy temple in Jerusalem by the Maccabees after its desecration by the Syrians.
How to celebrate Hanukkah?
The celebration of Hanukkah centers around the lighting of the menorah or hanukiah. A Hanukkah menorah is a candelabrum with eight branches. There is typically a ninth raised lamp that is set apart from the others. This light is used to light the other lights each night of the celebration.
The food that is traditional served at Hanukkah are typically all fried in oil. Some traditional Hanukkah recipes include potato pancakes/potato latkes, jelly filled doughnuts, and potato kugel. If you’ve never tried a crispy latkes with sour cream, you are seriously missing out!
Enjoy these 20 Hanukkah Recipes that will turn your holiday table into the feast your guest will be talking about all year.
Challah is a rich Kosher braided style bread made simply with flour, eggs, yeast, salt and water.
Hanukkah Main Dish Recipes
Hanukkah Side Dishes
Hanukkah Latkes Recipes
Latkes are a fried potato pancake that originated in Easter Europe. American associate latkes with Hanukkah celebrations
Made with HAPPY is known for their potato recipes.
Here are a few you might enjoy
- LOADED TATER TOT NACHOS RECIPE
- SMASH POTATOES
- LOADED TATER TOT SKEWERS
- PIZZA TATER TOT SKEWERS
- CARNE ASADA POTATO SKINS
- LOADED POTATO DIP
- LEFTOVER CHEESY MASHED POTATO BITES
- CHEESY PANCETTA POTATO STACKS