The latest from the Radish
Hanukkah is the Festival of Lights, when family and friends gather together, light candles, spin the dreidel, and nibble on latkes, jelly doughnuts, and chocolate gelt. Like most holidays, food takes center stage and is a prominent fixture of this cultural celebration. Most families are bound to a signature latke recipe, which has been passed down through the generations. If you are looking to switch it up and veer away from traditional russet potato latkes, consider this vibrant sweet potato and carrot alternative.
It is soup and stew season! Throwing together a hearty soup or stew is a simple and seamless way to provide yourself with a nourishing and filling meal. It is also a great way to meal prep and reap the benefits of your cooking efforts for a few meals throughout the week. Most soups freeze well and can be a great asset to your freezer for those days where cooking is the last thing you can fathom doing. Here are my top 5 winter soups.
If you are looking for a simple and hearty stew to warm you up this winter, look no further then this immune boosting chana dal. Chana dal beans are split chickpeas, which are full of fiber, plant-based protein, and iron. They can be used in dips, salads, soups, and stews and are a staple in Indian cuisine.