30 Stuffed Foods for Sukkot

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In terms of the sheer number of holidays (not talking about amount of work…nissan has that one covered!) Tishrei is simply stuffed!  This year's three-day-long chagim require a lot of advanced cooking and with that comes a lot of eating.  While we all look forward to enjoying certain traditional foods at Rosh Hashanah and (pre/post) Yom Kippur, Sukkos leaves a lot of room for culinary creativity.  A great way to exercise the foodie in all of us is by finding different ways to pack as many (read: pleasant) flavors into your dishes, the most literal manner of doing this is by cooking meats and vegetables that are literally quite literally stuffed with vegetables or dairy, respectively.  Here are 30 stuffed foods to try this sukkos.

Avocado Stuffed Salmon with Wild Rice

These two fish recipes are both delicious ways to prepare stuffed fish. I would serve the flounder during a meal which will have either red meat, or  chicken with a dark sauce, it's just a personal preference to keep either the color or flavor theme similar.  The Avocado Stuffed Salmon is great for a holiday lunch or when you are serving a lighter main course.

Asian Vegetable Stuffed Flounder

Avocado Stuffed Salmon with Wild Rice

Sundried Tomato and Brie Stuffed Portabella

Many people have different minhagim when it comes to serving meat versus dairy meals during the holidays, but no matter when you serve these dairy stuffed creations they are sure to be a big hit!

Stuffed Asiago-Basil Mushrooms

Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms

Sundried Tomato and Brie Stuffed Mushrooms

Cream Cheese Stuffed Plums

Stuffed Fingerling Potatoes with Caviar and Creme Fresh

Gorgonzola and Walnut Stuffed Shells

Stuffed Fingerling Potatoes with Caviar and Creme Fresh

Salmon and Green Goddess Stuffed Latkes

Cranberry Quinoa Stuffed Zucchini

Stuffed Artichoke Bottoms

Stuffed vegetables pack double the nutrition and double the flavor.  Also, there's a lot of versatility when it comes to serving them as appetizers or part of the main course, and generally they are easy to reheat to serve the next day.

Stuffed Artichoke Bottoms

Stuffed Peppers

Salad Stuffed Grilled Portobellos

Quinoa Stuffed Grape Leaves

Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Raisin-Apple Stuffed Squash

Curried Vegetable Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Vegetable Stuffed Tomatoes

Quinoa-Stuffed Tomatoes

Stuffed Turkey Breast

These meat recipes are really special to serve at the holidays.  The stuffing not only tastes great, but it also makes the holiday meal special because of the extra thought that goes into preparing and serving such an elegant dish.

Stuffed Turkey Breast

Brisket and Veggies Stuffed Acorn Squash

Kurdish Stuffed Vegetables

Duck Breast Stuffed with Dried Fruits

Chicken with Spiced Mango Rice

Grape Leaves Stuffed with Herbed Lamb and Rice

Stuffed Roll of Beef

Check out more "stuffed" recipes here and more sukkos ideas here!

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