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Matzo Ball SoupMatzo or Matzah ball soup is a famous traditional Jewish dish in which light and dense Matzo balls are made from a mixture of soaked, drained and browned matzo crackers, eggs, parsley, onions and seasoning. The beauty of this soup is the plump dumpling-like balls floating on top of the chicken broth. It’s one of the Jewish cuisine’s fancy dinner recipes you can feel awesome about serving to your family.
Baked Chicken With PomegranateIf you are looking for quick and delicious weeknight meal ideas to impress your family, your search ends here! This special sweet-tart pomegranate glaze is scrumptious and gives the chicken breasts a nice, ruby luster while roasting. Serve this Jewish-inspired chicken with cooked wild rice.
Roasted Baby Carrots With Orange & HoneyUtilize gorgeous baby carrots to make this simple Jewish traditional classic side dish. Sprinkling of sea salt while serving adds taste and charm to a jovial plate of shiny crunchy carrots. This delicious and quick side complements perfectly with fast weeknight meals for your family.
Sweet & Savory Wild Rice SaladThis healthy & quick wild rice salad is just an amazing addition to your dinner party recipes. It features fork-tender long-grain brown rice, tarty dressing of lime orange and herbs, crunchy chives, cucumber and bell pepper, nutty almonds and dates. Enjoy as a healthy lunch or serve with dinner as a side.
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It has been 130 years since Easter Sunday fell on April 1, like this year. Easter celebrates the new life of spring, and is a time of spiritual reflection and festivities. Forgo the crowded restaurants and prepare an Easter brunch at home for family and friends. Since ham is the traditional Easter main course, your family will love this scrumptious menu! Pair with your favorite beverage and welcome spring!