18 Recipes for a Tasty Thanksgiving... with a Jewish Culinary Twist!
Strictly speaking, Thanksgiving isn’t a Jewish holiday, but there are lots of ways to infuse your celebration with Jewish meaning – and recipes from ReformJudaism.org. Start with our favorite turkey recipe, and these tasty sides and desserts will cover the rest of the meal.
For starters, you probably need a great sauce or relish. We've got you covered:
Accompany your turkey with some of our warm, autumnal side dishes:
- Sweet Potato and Carrot Latkes
- Bread Kugel with Dried Fruit and Sun-Dried Tomatoes (perfect instead of stuffing)
- Vegan Sweet Potato Kugel
- Corn Pudding
- Tunisian Sweet Potato Briks [Turnovers]
- Pumpkin Ravioli from Mantua
And don't forget your veggies! Instead of a standard side salad, try...
- Roasted Butternut Squash with Apples and Onions
- Vegetarian Couscous
- Curried Lentils and Vegetables
- Tunisian Spiced Carrots
- Butternut Squash in Sweet and Sour Sauce
Finish off your Thanksgiving meal with one of our delicious desserts:
- Pumpkin Mousse
- Sweet Potato/Pumpkin Cazuela (Casserole)
- Whole Roasted Pumpkin with Spiced Coconut Custard
- Spiced Angel Pecans
Now that you’ve checked out our recipes, comment below to tell us about your favorite Thanksgiving recipes. And if you like to cook, eat, and talk about food, sign up for The Jewish Dish, our monthly food email for recipes, fun food facts, holiday tidbits, and more - all with a Jewish twist. Yum!