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No matter your religion, you'll enjoy these tasty recipes. I know Jew will!
Growing up, Amy Kritzer loved to cook traditional foods with her Bubbe Eleanor. Whether they were braiding challah or rolling out rugelach dough, there was always tons of laughter (and a messy kitchen.) These days, inspired by Bubbe's best dishes, Amy puts her own modern twists on everyone's favorite classic Jewish recipes. She incorporates modern ingredients and techniques to make some of the most innovative Jewish creations ever! Her recipes have been featured in The Huffington Post, The Today Show Food Blog, Bon Appetit and more. Jewish food is totally having its moment.
Sweet Noshings takes the ever-evolving world of Jewish desserts to the next level. With stories of life as a Jew in Texas, and plenty of kitsch, Amy's modern interpretations of classic recipes bring new light to old favorites and creates a whole new unique cuisine. You don't have to be Jewish to love these sweets; just enjoy getting creative in the kitchen.
Over 30 delicious recipes including:
-Chocolate Halva Hamantaschen -Lemon Ricotta Blintzes with Lavender Cream -Apricot Fig Stuffed Challah -Manischewitz Ice Cream with Brown Butter Charoset and Manischewitz Caramel -Tex Mex Chocolate Rugelach -Honey Pomegranate Whiskey Cake -Dark Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Sea Salt Babka
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About the Author
Amy Kritzer developed "What Jew Wanna Eat" as your source for home cooked (sometimes) kosher goodness. She has always enjoyed cooking and baking, but needed a new goal, a challenge, to get back to her culinary roots. So, she called up Bubbe Eleanor and pleaded for her to send her best recipes. Amy loved cooking these recipes so much, she quit her corporate job and went to culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu in Austin. Now, she spends her days teaching cooking classes, developing recipes, personal chefing and food writing. Amy's recipes have been featured in Cosmopolitan, Bon Appetit, The Today Show and others. In 2012, she was a finalist in Daily Candy's Start Small, Go Big Contest.
Table of Contents
What Does Kosher Mean? 12
Helpful Tools 14
Helpful Tips 15
Baklava-Spiced Rugelach 18
Tex-Mex Chocolate Rugelach 20
Strawberry Rosewater Hamantaschen 23
Chocolate Halva Hamantaschen 24
Black and Pink Cookies 26
Espresso-Cherry Mandel Bread 29
Pumpkin-Pecan Cinnamon Roll Strudel 30
Chocolate Ombré Layer Cookies 32
Lemon Mohn Sandwich Cookies 35
Cakes and Breads
Tzimmes Cake 38
Blueberry-Lemon Cheesecake with Pretzel Crust 40
Apricot and Fig-Stuffed Challah 42
Coffee Coffee-Cake Muffins 45
Cranberry-Walnut Challah Bread Pudding with White Chocolate-Thyme Sauce 46
Peanut Butter and Dark Chocolate Babka 48
Apple Chai Cake with Maple Cream Cheese Drizzle 51
Drunken Honey-Pomegranate Cake 52
Snickerdoodle Bagels aka Unicorn Bagels 55
Flourless (Pesach) Desserts
Flourless Chocolate-Orange Cupcakes with Beet Frosting 60
Blackberry Yogurt Matzah Brei 63
Rainbow Sprinkle Macaroons 65
Layered Chocolate-Mint Meringue Cake aka Pavlova 66
Manischewitz Ice Cream 69
Brown Butter Charoset and Salted Maniscnewitz Caramel 70
Latkes, Egg Creams, Kugel, and More!
Chocolate-Lime Sufganiyot 74
Dessert Latkes with Fruit Compote and Marshmallow Sour Cream 76
Peach and Goat Cheese Noodle Kugel 79
Fon-"Jew" Manischewitz Chocolate Fondue 81
Strawberry-Almond Egg Cream 83
Lemon-Lavender Blintzes 84
Pistachio-Chocolate Krembos 87