Kosher Thanksgiving Recipes
Kosher Thanksgiving Recipes
Kosher Thanksgiving Recipes
Kosher Thanksgiving: Menu & Recipes
These kosher Thanksgiving recipes can help you to prepare an easy, delicious, and kosher Thanksgiving meal for your family and friends. Recipes include stuffed roast turkey, pareve cornbread muffins, sweet potato pie, lettuce salad and a variety of holiday desserts.
Kosher Roast Stuffed Turkey (Meat)
This Roast Stuffed Turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving entree, but it is also the perfect dish to serve when entertaining a large group of people. These carefully written instructions take the novice turkey-roaster from thawing to carving.
Susie Fishbein's Roast Turkey with Caramelized Onion-Balsamic Gravy (Meat)
If Susie Fishbein writes "I love this turkey recipe", then I've got to make it! I can't hide my enthusiasm for what Fishbein has done for kosher cooking. At the same time she has raised the quality and made it more accessible to novice cooks. Since every Fishbein recipe I've tried has been a huge success, I'm going to use her kosher Roast Turkey with Caramelized Onion-Balsamic Gravy recipe this Thanksgiving.
Parve Cornbread Muffins (Parve)
The biggest challenge to creating a kosher Thanksgiving meal is making the traditional Thanksgiving side dishes in non-dairy form (pareve) so they can be eaten with the turkey. This cornbread recipe uses soy milk. These Cornbread Muffins are sweet, fluffy, and best of all pareve.
Parve Mashed Potatoes (Parve)
Mashed potatoes go so well with Thanksgiving turkey and gravy, but most mashed potatoes recipes contain butter, milk or cream. A menu consisting of both turkey meat and dairy products is a problem for kosher observant. This Parve Mashed Potato recipe is the solution. Now you can enjoy a kosher Thanksgiving meal with traditional turkey and non-dairy mashed potatoes.
Sweet Potato Pie (Pareve)
This Sweet Potato Pie is a nice alternative to kugel if you are looking for something new to serve for the Sabbath lunch. This pareve pie goes particularly well with turkey, at Thanksgiving or any time of the year.
Honey Glazed Carrots (Parve)
Honey Glazed Carrots are the perfect side dish for any Sabbath or Jewish holiday meal. Given their sweet flavor, they are especially fitting for Rosh Hashana. They are easy to make, and the color and taste complement meat entrees.
Oven Roasted Asparagus (Pareve)
Oven Roasted Asparagus is the perfect side dish for any Sabbath or Jewish holiday meal. It is easy to make, and the color and taste complement meat main dishes.
Peacock Vegetables (Pareve)
This is one of those sure-fire success recipes from Our Customers' Favorites by Paula Weinstein and Julie Remer. I like to make these Peacock Vegetables whenever we invite guests over for a barbecue. I also like to make this for the Purim Feast (Seudat Purim). This refreshing dish can be served with meat and to a large crowd.
Pumpkin Doodles - from Susie Fishebein (Parve or Dairy)
This is another unique, easy to make, and amazingly delicious recipe from Susie Fishbein. The recipe comes from her Kosher by Design - Entertains cookbook. I serve these parve Pumpkin Doodle Cookies, next to Chocolate Pecan Pie and Apple Pie, for dessert on Thanksgiving.
Pumpkin Apple Tart
Pumpkin Apple Tart, a "Think Fall - Think Pumpkin" recipe from Word of Mouth Catering, will supply the perfect ending to any autumn celebration.
Aish.com: Pumpkin Harvest Recipes
Chef Herschel's provides practical recipes for pumpkin pie, pumpkin kugel, pumpkin soup, pumpkin bread, roast pumpkin and more.
Jewish Delight: Thanksgiving Recipes
A variety of clearly written kosher Thanksgiving recipes are organized into categories such as The Turkey, The Gravy, The Cranberry, The Apple, The Potatoes, The Noodles, The Cake, and The Leftovers. This is an especially helpful site for novice cooks or first-time Thanksgiving meal hosts.
Jewish Food Mailing List: Thanksgiving
The Jewish Food Mailing List has compiled Jewish food recipes from its active subscribers. The mailing list defines Jewish food as any food that is able to be prepared according to kashruth (Biblical dietary laws).
United Jewish Communities: Give Thanksgiving a Jewish Flavor
Enjoy an article about how American Jews celebrate Thanksgiving, as well as Thanksgiving recipes from Faye Levy's 1,000 Jewish Recipes. The recipes include Thanksgiving Tzimmes, Spiced Roasted Turkey, Hot Cumin-Tomato Sauce, Challah Stuffing, and Pecan Struesel Pears.
Being Jewish: Homemade Pies for Thanksgiving
Ethel G. Hofman, cookbook author, food editor of the Baltimore Jewish Times and Philadelphia Jewish Exponent, and past president of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, shares her Thanksgiving pie recipes and tips.
Warm Green and Yellow Squash Salad With Cranberry Vinaigrette
This side dish for perfect for Thanksgiving because it is parve and can be prepared in advance.
Apricot Turkey Roast
Enjoy this low-fat, easy-to-make, moist and kosher roast turkey recipe.
Cranberry bread is another way to add traditional American flavor to your Thanksgiving feast.
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies is a creative way to get into the holiday mood.
Crock Pot Stuffing for Thanksgiving (Parve)
Why should stuffing take up room in your busy oven on Thanksgiving day? Why should your vegetarian guests miss out this delicious mix of toated bread cubes, vegetables and spices. This recipe for parve Crock Pot Stuffing tastes like it was cooked in the turkey, but it is actually prepared completely separately in the slow cooker.