Sukkot Recipes and Menus
tasty, traditional, tried & true~

Here are our favorite Sukkot Recipes from The Kosher Channel. It's a tempting assortment of the "Tried and True," "Back to Basics" and "Elegance with Ease" Queen in the Kitchen Collections. So I truly hope you have fun planning your Sukkos menus with me. Remember, you can always email me if you have any questions and please tune in again soon for more Torah tidbits, recipes and tips designed to bring majesty to the mundane~
Cooking for The King's
Sukkot Recipes

The Bread Recipes

The Queen it the kitchen Challah Recipe~ This challah recipe is about much more than its mixture of flour, water and oil

Olive Oil Dips~ anoint your challah in good health

Onion and Garlic Twirls~make these easily with a pound of your regular challah dough and an abundance of garlic and onion


The Appetizer Salads Recipes

Mushroom Ratatouille

The Best Babaganoush~

Homemade Chummus~coming soon

Onion Oblivion~you'll be looking for more than bread to spread this on


The Fish Recipes

Oven Barbecue Salmon~this easy sauce will surprise your taste buds

Kosher Fish Louis~The King of Salads makes a great presentation

Persian Stuffed Fish~make with salmon, tilapia or halibut as a main dish or appetizer

Signature Salmon Quiche~everyone asks for this recipe and now it's yours, too


The Soup (for the soul) Recipes

The Bean and Barley Soup~Elegant and easy

The Harvest Bisque~velvety butternut squash soup, perfect for chasing away the chills

The Kosher Chicken Gumbo~gets rave reviews from Queen in the Kitchen readers

Garden Chili~ This easy vegetarian chili is a family pleaser. Easy on your time and economical, too


The Most Delicious Meat Recipes

Beef Bourguignon~the best kosher beef bourguignon recipe is on The Kosher Channel

Elise's Deli Roll~Elise is no ordinary girl, neither is her deli roll

Surprise Meat Roulade~with step by step video instructions

Fired Up London Broil~this will become a regular at your yom tov table

Tex-Mex Stuffed Peppers~colorful and crowd pleasing, almost a meal in one dish

Most Requested Honey Curry Chicken Recipe~goes on the grill or in the oven, make a lot, they'll surely want leftovers

Southern Smothered Chicken~a simple one dish meal for fall off the bone chicken

Oven Fried Chicken~ moist and delicious every time, a great make ahead chicken recipe with a planned over recipe for an encore

Herbed Breast of Turkey Our favorite way to enjoy moist turkey every time, a "best of" Sukkot recipes from Cooking for The King


The Salads & Sides

My New Quinoa Salad Recipe~it's a Queen in the Kitchen recipe, so include your favorite veggies

Chick Chock Salads Mix~a time and energy saving tip

Snappy Slaw~this salad just gets better in the fridge, so you can happily serve it several times over the three day yom tov

Forgotten Zucchini~good warm or room temperature and it works with green beans too

Luscious Leeks with Bell Peppers and Pine Nuts~meltingly rich vegetables for an elegant side dish

Easy Carrot Marsala~adults and kids alike will enjoy these

Southern Sweet Potato or Pumpkin Pie~everyone's favorite whether you are from the South or "out of the South" (bless your heart)

Stuffed Baked Potatoes~stock your freezer with these, and you'll thank me! (hint hint)

Whipped Butternut Squash and Sweet Potatoes~I just served this for Rosh Hashanah and it was a huge hit

Simmering Persian Stew~rich in spices with butternut squash or carrots, prunes


There's Always Room for Something Sweet

Cinnayums!~keep these mouth watering cinnamon rolls around to offer your visiting sukkah hoppers

Sephardic Rosca~homemade cinnamon bread

More Desserts here~I'll just leave it up to you!


The Planned Overs
Lots of leftover food?
Here are fresh ideas to extend the life of your Sukkot recipes:

Brunswick Stew~A Southern Classic for what to do with the "leavin’s"

Fajitas~Fun in the sukkah and freedom for the cook starts with planned overs

Pounds of Potatoes?~Great! Now you've got the makings for easy knishes and borekas

Everyone loves Tamale Pie~planned over chili + cheese + soft taco shells= one easy family dinner in the sukkah

Planned over Oven Fried Chicken~may be even better the second time around

Many say, and I agree, that Sukkot recipes and meals should be simple & here's why....
Have a wonderful chag!

recipes & writing from Cooking for The King by Renee Chernin
The book of Torah insights, recipes and practical tips
designed to bring majesty to the mundane.

Cooking for The King by Renee Chernin ~ The book of Torah insights, recipes and practical tips designed to bring majesty to the mundane.

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