Feed a Full Sukkah with Harvest-Inspired Recipes

Written by Behrman House Staff, 11 of September, 2017
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Whether you’re hosting or visiting a loved one’s sukkah, you’re no doubt thinking of a menu to prepare. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite autumn recipes, available for free download. Simple to prepare, these ingredients have you covered for every course and are sure to please even the pickiest eater in your sukkah.

Super Stuffed Peppers

Try these Super Stuffed Peppers from Get Cooking! A Jewish American Family Cookbook as an appetizer. They’re healthy, easy, and the entire family can lend a hand.

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“The first Jews of Mexico arrived with the Spanish conquistador Hernando Cortes in 1521,” writes Tina Wasserman in Entrée to Judaism for Families. Surprise your guests with this recipe for quesadillas recalling a Jewish Mexican past. Best of all, they are customizable — add your favorite ingredients or use a dairy substitute instead.

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Pumpkin Mousse

Treat your loved ones to this decadent dessert from Entrée to Judaism, ideal for the holiday season. They’re a wonderful way to end an evening and they’re even perfectly portable to bring to the sukkah.

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