Easy Recipes for Your Purim Se'udahElizabeth Stark
The annual celebration of Purim continues today, with merrymaking foremost on everyone’s minds. To celebrate, we’ve got an easygoing Purim Se’udah menu that will leave you more time for fun and festivities. Chag Semeach Purim!
Let’s start with the hamantaschen. I’ve got a simple recipe that can be made in just a few steps. I went with a traditional, not-too-sweet prune filling, and these little cookies are amazing. Get the recipe here. Enjoy!
Now that we’ve got dessert taken care of, let’s move on to dinner.
Kreplach is a traditional beef or chicken soup with triangular dumplings. Here’s a great basic recipe.
Julie’s sweet potato mash is an excellent, seasonal side.
Finally, how about some challah? Jaime’s festive pumpkin challah will be a great compliment to your holiday meal.