Sweet Potato and Carrot Bake

 
Sweet Potato and Carrot Bake

June 26th 2011By Jamie Geller

 

Seared Peppered Yellow Fin Tuna with Dried Cranberries

 
Seared peppered yellow fin tuna with dried cranberries, orange, chilli & dill

July 12th 2011By Joy of Kosher

 

Salmon With Pine Nuts, Rosemary and Orange

 
Salmon85

March 20th 2015By Helen Goldrein

This salmon stays deliciously moist under its crispy, nutty crust. Serve with orange wedges to squeeze over.

 

Rolled Recipes for Passover

 
mashed ptoato beef roll ups

February 26th 2013By Chavi Sperber

 

Pomegranate, Orange, Papaya, and Kiwi Green Salad

 
Pomegranate, Orange, Papaya, and Kiwi Green Salad

July 18th 2011By Joy of Kosher

 

Orange, Olive and Fennel Salad with Cranberry Vinaigrette

 
Orange, Olive and Fennel Salad with Cranberry Vinaigrette

July 13th 2011By Joy of Kosher

Want to pair a glass of wine with this salad? According to Chef John Ash, the creator of this recipe, a bright, fruity Gamay, Gewürztraminer, or White Zinfandel would all work with this refreshing salad.

 

Orange Honey Cake with Orange Mousse

 
Orange Honey Cake For Rosh Hashannah

September 2nd 2011By Paula Shoyer

This is a new kind of honey cake for Rosh Hashanah. I have made it square, but you can make it in 8-inch round pans too. I like to decorate the sides of the cake with candied orange slices (recipe below) but quicker options are sliced almonds or chopped pistachio nuts. Decorate the top with sliced berries, but always wait until just before serving so the fruit doesn’t bleed onto the cream.

 

Orange Ginger Charoset

 
orange ginger charoset (1)

March 23rd 2015By Aviva Kanoff

Charoset is one of more popular and tasty symbolic foods on the Passover Seder Plate. It is a sweet, dark-colored paste made of fruits and nuts meant to mask some of the bitterness of the horseradish. The word "charoset" comes from the Hebrew word cheres, meaning clay. It’s color and texture are meant to recall mortar which the Israelites used when they were enslaved in Egypt. Like pretty much everything in Judaism, there are lots of different traditions depending on what part of the world one is from. Traditionally, the recipe calls for apples, nuts and wine. I personally like to stay true to traditions while simultaneously playing with new ingredients to keep things fresh and fun. The following recipe for charoset does just that! The recipe calls for apples, nuts and wine, keeping with tradition, but also incorporates, orange, ginger and mint to keep things new and exciting! Have fun and experiment this year! Wishing you all a Chag Kasher V’Sameach!

 

Orange Carrot Salad

 
Orange Carrot Salad

June 28th 2011By Zippy Siedenfeld

 

Mimosas

 
Mimosas

July 6th 2011By Jamie Geller

For a non-alcoholic, kid-friendly version, use seltzer or Sprite instead of Champagne. Now everyone can join in the festivities!

 

Hungarian Shortbread with Cranberry Jam

 
Hungarian Shortbread with Cranberry Jam

July 13th 2011By Joy of Kosher

This is fun recipe to make because of the unique technique of freezing and then grating the shortbread dough before topping with the cranberry jam. A top layer of grated dough gives the finished product an interesting texture.

 

Duck With Orange And Almond Rice

 

March 7th 2011By admin

 

Cranberry Thumbprint Cookies

 
Cranberry Thumbprint Cookies

July 13th 2011By Joy of Kosher

 

Cranberry Almond Crostata

 
Cranberry Almond Crostata

July 13th 2011By Joy of Kosher

Cranberries are a rarity, even to this day, in Italy, so this crostata represents an achievement that’s uniquely Italian-American. Though many crostatas employ jam, this one gets its zest from fresh cranberries cooked down and paired with an almond-scented crust—and the proportion of filling to crust is perfection.

 

Candied Orange Cheesecake

 
Candied Orange Cheesecake

July 6th 2011By Jamie Geller

I love candied orange peels. (I know it seems like I love everything. Guess I just love good food; but I share only the best of the best with you!)

 

4 Pesach Desserts Better Than a Bakery

 
passover desserts

March 20th 2013By Joy of Kosher