Shabbat Chanukah is one of the most memorable Shabbats of the year. It’s when families get together and celebrate the holiday of lights. We know this year, many families will not be getting together to celebrate. Here at Kosher.com, we thought about how we could still help make this Shabbat Chanukah special for you.
We came up with the Ultimate Shabbat Menu for you to enjoy. All it takes is a little bit of planning and some creativity to make this holiday an unforgettable one, by creating a memorable meal with some special and unique dishes. You can also get your family in the spirit by decorating your table and doing some of our popular Chanukah crafts.
The Ultimate Shabbat Chanukah Menu
- Olive Oil Challah and Challah Doughnut Holes by Paula Shoyer
This incredibly delicious challah is perfect for Chanukah. Make it into 2 medium-sized challahs and 22-30 savory doughnut holes!
- Cauliflower Soup with Button Mushroom Croutons by Rorie Weisberg
Soups are a great way to begin a Shabbat dinner. They are delicious, warming, and filling. This soup with the mushroom croutons will be the perfect way to start your Chanukah meal.
- Arugula and Mushroom Salad with Garlic-Dijon Dressing by Rorie Weisberg
The perfect crisp, fresh, and wholesome salad that will elevate any meal!
- Latke Fried Chicken by Rivky Kleiman
This fried chicken is a Chanukah treat that can be enjoyed at your Shabbat table. This Chanukah chicken is guaranteed to become a family tradition.
- Last-Minute Miami Ribs by Estee Kafra
This is one of the best last-minute, never-fail sauces that tastes terrific on Miami ribs! It couldn’t be simpler to prepare.
- Heirloom Tomato Vegan Pizza by Chavi Feldman
This is a real beautiful and vibrant side dish, not to mention its delicious and addictive taste! The best part? It uses store-bought pizza dough and eggplant spread!
- Chanukah Cookies by Joy Devor
Finally, an amazing sugar cookie recipe that uses oil, not margarine! This is really the perfect recipe to make with little ones and create Chanukah memories.
- Classic Fritlach from the Nitra Cookbook
Fritlach are deep-fried pieces of dough, dusted with powdered sugar- perfect for Chanuka!
- Baked Chocolate Donuts by Tamara Friedman
Whip these donuts up in a pinch using just a mixing bowl and spoon! These are moist, airy, and full of chocolaty goodness! A perfect delicious alternative to frying donuts.
Set Your Chanukah Table With Dreamy Greens and Blues
The Ultimate Chanukah Tablescape to elevate your Shabbat Chanukah table. Get Inspiration from Esther O’s gorgeous table for your own table at home! Learn how to make it HERE.