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Thanksgivukkah recipes

Discussion in 'Messianic Judaism' started by Ahavah, Nov 8, 2013.

  1. Ahavah

    Ahavah Old School

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    What are you planning to make for Thanksgivukkah?

    Here's a few recipes I have. Do you have any you want to share?

    First..I have to go to Trader Joes to get a Kosher Turkey.
    How to make a Maneschewitz-brined roast turkey
    How To Make Maneschewitz-Brined Roast Turkey For Thanksgivukkah

    Challah stuffing

    Challah Stuffing Recipe | Thanksgivukkah


    Zucchini Latkes Recipe | Thanksgivukkah

    Cranberry sauce filled sufganiyot

    Cranberry Sauce-Filled Sufganiyot Recipe | Thanksgivukkah

    Horseradish mashed potatoes

    How To Make Horseradish-Chive Mashed Potatoes For Thanksgivukkah

    Pumpkin Pie Kugel

    Thanksgivukkah Watch: Pumpkin Custard Kugel - Zagat
  2. xDenax

    xDenax Active Member

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    I work a 12 hour shift the night before until 9am that morning...so...nothing! I'm putting together a pumpkin cream cheese dip. It's not Chanukah or Thanksgiving related. It's just very simple and very good. The recipe was alright but I changed it and it's better.

    3/4 pumpkin puree (canned or fresh)
    8 oz cream cheese
    4-5tbsp brown sugar (depending on your preferences)
    ground cinnamon and allspice

    That's it. I served it to my friends with graham crackers but being gluten free I ate it with sliced apples and it was really good that way too.