Side Dish Recipes

Posey Salem's recipes for side dishes that help to round out a meal.

Potato Latke Recipe

Oh I just love Potato Latkes! We eat them throughout the year not just at Chanukkah. I like to eat them with sour cream on top that is sprinkled with sea salt and fresh cracked pepper. Sometimes I like to eat Potato Latkes with applesauce on the side. We prefer our latkes to be somewhat [Read On]

Orange & Apple Kugel

Kugels are an Ashkenazic Jewish side dish typically served during Shabbat and the Festivals. They usually incorporate wide egg noodles and sweet or savory ingredients. This Orange & Apple Kugel makes a nice contrast to savory foods or can be used as a not too sweet dessert. Noodle Kugels can be made using a wide [Read On]

Crispy Matzah Brie & Herb Dip Recipe

Matzo Brie can be made so many ways and every Jewish family seems to have their favorites. Some use more egg and milk and become like an omelet and others are thinner and crispy. This recipe is the crispy version and to me they should be like crackers that can be dipped in the the [Read On]

Fresh Moror ~ Bitter Herb

Here is a recipe for a fresh and home-made alternative to a store bought horseradish preparation. Try this Moror recipe for your next Passover Seder meal. Here is a recipe for a fresh and home-made alternative to a store bought horseradish preparation. Try this Moror recipe for your next Passover Seder meal. I have never [Read On]

Broccoli & Cheese Mina

Posey Salem’s version adapted from Marlena Spieler’s recipe in Jewish Food: for festivals and special occasions. A mina is a type of pie, prepared from layered matzos and a savory sauce, and topped with beaten egg, which holds it all together as it bakes. My family ABSOLUTELY LOVES this recipe. We eat it throughout the [Read On]

Cabbage & Noodles

by Posey Salem This is a delicious dish familiar to many eastern European countries. Many Jewish families adopted this dish because it is easy to make, inexpensive, can be easily doubled and is very nutritious. It can be served as a main vegetarian entrée or as a side dish to accompany  roast chicken or beef [Read On]