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Pastas & Grains

This collection of kosher pasta and grain recipes can be used for side dishes or main courses. It includes pastas, rice, a wide variety of whole grains, and a selection of scrumptious kugels.
  1. Kugels (19)
  2. Noodle Side Dishes (2)
  3. Grain Side Dishes (15)
  4. Breakfast Cereals & Grains (1)

Soba Salad with Salmon and Avocado (Pareve)

Orecchiette with Broccoli Pesto (Dairy)
A recipe for Orecchiette with Broccoli Pesto, made with pasta, broccoli, pine nuts, olive oil, garlic and Parmesan cheese.

Tortellini Soup with Spinach
A recipe for kosher Tortellini Spinach Soup made with vegetable stock, frozen tortellini, spinach and tomatoes.

Kosher Fried Rice (Parve)
This Fried Rice is my family's latest favorite dinner. It contains everything needed for dinner in one dish -- carbs from rice, protein from eggs, and nutrients from vegetables. We often change the vegies in the dish according to what we have on hand. And best of all when it comes to dinner prep, this delicious rice dish is easier to prepare...

Easy Fried Rice (Parve)
My vegetarian daughter won't eat my Shabbos chicken. So instead of serving regular rice, farfal or potatoes with the chicken, I serve this Easy Fried Rice. This delicious rice dish includes eggs for protein and vegetables. And the sesame oil and soy sauce give the rice that Chinese food flavor that all your Jewish guests will love.

Rice with Carrots (Pareve)
Rice with Carrots is easy to prepare. Simply saute onion and carrots, and then add rice and boiling water. My kids love this Sabbath side dish because the onions and carrots add sweet flavor to the rice.

Couscous and Vegetables (Parve)
On Thursdays I buy lots of fresh vegetables (cabbage, squash or pumpkin, zucchini, carrots, celery ...) and use them to make a big pot of "Marak L'Couscous" (Soup for Couscous). We enjoy eating Couscous with the Vegetables alongside Roast Chicken on Shabbat, and alongside Shnitzel during the week. It only takes five minutes to prepare more couscous if we finish it before the soup.

Pumpkin Pancakes (Parve)
Pumpkin, an autumn vegetable, is traditionally eaten by Sephardic Jews on the Jewish New Year. These Pumpkin Pancakes can be served at the Rosh Hashanah meal or any autumn meal.

Vegetable Strudel (Parve)
This Vegetable Strudel recipe is a great way to use extra vegetables. Just chop in a food processor, cook on the stovetop, roll up in ready dough, and bake. The result is great tasting, kosher side dish that is pretty enough to serve for a Sabbath or holiday meal.

Kosher Fried Rice (Parve)
This Fried Rice is my family's latest favorite dinner. It contains everything needed for dinner in one dish -- carbs from rice, protein from eggs, and nutrients from vegetables. We often change the vegies in the dish according to what we have on hand. And best of all when it comes to dinner prep, this delicious rice dish is easier to prepare then you would expect.

Jewish Food Mailing List: Pasta
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).

Jewish Food Mailing List: Rice, Grains, Legumes
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).

RFCJ Newsgroup: Pasta, Grains
RFCJ Newsgroup (rec.food.cuisine.jewish) archives recipes sent in from different Jewish ethnic streams (Sephardic, Ashkenazic, Yemenite, etc.) and communities around the world. Recipes posted to this newsgroup respect the basic framework of the Jewish dietary laws. The recipes separate dairy and meat, and they do not call for non-kosher ingredients.

Parmesan Quinoa (Dairy)
Quinoa is so healthy, but I hadn't succeeded yet to find a way to prepare it so it is tasty enough for my crew. Then I saw this recipe for Parmesan Quinoa in Susie Fishbein's cookbook, Kosher by Design: Teens and 20-Somethings. As it turns out, mixing quinoa with Parmesan cheese was the secret to making quinoa a popular dish in my home.

Kreplach with Fried Onions (Parve)
Many Jewish cooks serve kreplach in soup, but my family likes kreplach as a side dish. While you can prepare these meat or potato filled noodle dumplings yourself from scratch, I suggest buying frozen kreplach to save yourself work. Cook the kreplach according to package directions, then mix with fried onions and season with salt and freshly...

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