18 Tasty Thanksgiving Recipes... with a Jewish Twist

Kate Bigam Kaput

Strictly speaking, Thanksgiving isn’t a Jewish holiday, but we know many Jews take this time to give thanks, affirm the many contributions Indigenous People have made, learn about the land we are on, pursue justice, and connect with those we love most. There are many ways to infuse your celebration with Jewish meaning. Here is a selection of some recipes from reformjudaism.org to make for a delicious, Jewish- infused Thanksgiving dinner.

For the main event, we love Tina Wasserman's Roast Turkey with Vegetables, complete with "Tina's Tidbits" for cooking the bird. Then choose one or more of these warm, autumnal side dishes to accompany it:

Don't forget your veggies! Instead of a standard side salad, try one of these delicious sides:

Finally, finish off your Thanksgiving meal with one of our delicious desserts:

Oh, and you probably need a great sauce or relish, right? We've got you covered: