These are potato pancakes, typically made with grated potatoes, onions, eggs, and flour, then fried until crispy. They're often served with applesauce or sour cream.
These are jelly-filled doughnuts, deep-fried, and dusted with powdered sugar. They symbolize the miracle of the oil lasting eight days in the Hanukkah story.
Slow-cooked beef brisket is a popular main course during Hanukkah. It's often seasoned and braised until tender, making it a flavorful and comforting dish.
This soup features matzo meal dumplings served in a flavorful chicken broth. It's a beloved comfort food and a staple at many Jewish holiday tables.
This is a baked pudding or casserole, often made with egg noodles or potatoes, and sweetened with sugar or fruits. It can be served as a side dish or a dessert.
Chicken dishes, whether roasted with herbs or prepared as schnitzel (breaded and fried cutlets), are commonly served during Hanukkah.
These are rolled pastries filled with jam, nuts, cinnamon, and sometimes chocolate. They make a delightful dessert or sweet snack during the holiday.
While traditionally associated with Purim, these triangular-shaped cookies filled with fruit preserves or poppy seeds are also enjoyed during Hanukkah.