If you're looking for some recipes for Passover dinner—or some kosher dinners for anytime—here are some kosher.com has shared.
The glaze keeps the salmon ultra-moist, and the ginger gives it an extra kick. It is delicious served warm or at room temperature and is a perfect dish for Passover.
If you want to include more whole grains in your diet, here are some tips on what they are and how to eat them.
Grilled fish with roasted kale chips is a healthy, gluten-free dinner, and the lettuce helps keep the fish moist.
Brisket often takes center stage at Jewish holidays, and this cumin-spiced brisket adds some interesting flavors to an old favorite.
Potato knishes are easy to make and perfect to serve as part of the Passover meal.
This is a reduced-cholesterol version of a traditional Pesach Chocolate Cake made in a tube pan. You may also omit the chocolate.
If you're a parent who's in a rut of always preparing the same foods, succumbing to "what works" or relying on dairy and wheat to get by, then try one of these fresh, healthy recipes.
This gluten-free ricotta and quinoa chocolate lava cake oozes deliciousness without butter or wheat flour.
Pork tenderloin with chimichurri sauce is an Argentinian-inspired, gluten-free dish that's easy to make for a dinner party or family gathering.