Jewish Soup Recipes

Soups

  • Traditional Kreplach Soup

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on March 18, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Kreplach are a traditional Ashkenazic Jewish dish. They are filled dumplings and are most similar to Chinese wontons and Italian Tortellini.

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  • Jewish Beet and Cabbage Borscht Recipe

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on March 13, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Borscht is a soup made with a beetroot base and commonly includes potatoes, cabbage, or both. Borscht has its origins in Ukraine and is now a very popular dish in the rest of the Eastern European and Central European countries.

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  • Israeli Orange Soup

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on March 12, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Orange soup, or Marak Catom in Israel, is a soup made from all the orange vegetables in the kitchen. This soup is a major staple in Israeli homes - during the winter, you’ll see pots of this Orange Soup cooking on a daily basis.

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  • Easy Shabbat Chicken Soup Recipe

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on March 06, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Chicken Soup, also known as Jewish Penicillin, is the cure for all colds, stomach aches, and homesick fits. Chicken soup also makes its way into Jewish cuisine every week to bring in Shabbat on Friday evening.

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  • Traditional Matzo Ball Soup

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on February 13, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Matzo Ball soup is very popular in Jewish cuisine. No matter your background, Matzo Ball Soup makes its way into your cuisine for all sorts of holidays, including Purim, Shabbat, and Hannukah.

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