"As with other special holidays, Hanukkah is a time to enjoy some of the traditional foods during the eight days and nights of celebrations. Whether you are looking for brisket, roast chicken, or prime rib, we have some great recipes to try. Or if you are looking for a fried side dish to serve with any meal, try our fried onion rings or potato latkes. You will need a loaf of Challah bread to make your meals complete. To finish off any meal, we have delicious noodle kugel, rugelach, cheesecake, and blintz recipes. You can enjoy all of these recipes during your celebrations of the Hanukkah holidays."
When cooking cabbage, place only 1/2 to 3/4 inch of water in the pan. Too much water will cause the cabbage's color to fade, nutrients and flavor to be lost, and the cabbage to become soggy and limp. view more.