Recipes

Recipes by or recommended by Temple Israel members.

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Margorie Goldberg’s Kichel

Posted on March 8, 2021

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Intense Chocolate Cake

Nigella Lawson’s Intense Chocolate Mousse Cake

Adapted from Nigella Lawson’s recipe by Ashley Barajas Posted on

  From Nigella Lawson: "There is very little that needs to be said about a chocolate mousse cake. This one lives up to its name. It is gloriously intense. But the whisked egg whites ensure that it has a balancing lightness. A slice of it, with a smattering of fresh raspberries and a dollop of Continue Reading »

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Marbled Banana Bread Recipe

Recipe recommended by: Helen Hanan Posted on March 6, 2021

  Temple Israel's Sisterhood held a Zoom bake off together, led by Helen Hanan in October 2020. More Temple Israel Recipes    

Marge Goldberg’s Challah Recipe

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Shakshuka

Shakshuka Recipe

Contributed by Avia Sagron Posted on February 3, 2021

Shakshuka is a North African and Middle Eastern meal of poached eggs in a simmering tomato sauce with spices. It's easy, healthy and takes less than 30 minutes to make. Watch the video below to see how quickly it comes together!

Hamentaschen

Lorrie Grossman’s Hamentaschen Recipe

Recipe by: Lorrie Grossman Posted on January 29, 2021

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Babka

Chocolate Babka

Written by: Dinah Berch Posted on January 21, 2021

Death by chocolate in the very best way

Girls and Latkes

Legendary Latke Recipe

Posted on December 4, 2020

Legend has it that this recipe was given to the Temple Israel Portsmouth Brotherhood by the chef at the Waldorf Astoria. The below quantities yield ~18 latkes. Ingredients: Russet potato ~1.67 lbs Matzo meal 1/3 Cup White whole wheat flour 5 T Eggs 2 Sweet onion (medium) 1/3 ~¼ lb. Salt ½ t +/- Pepper Continue Reading »