Jews Celebrate Shabbat from Sundown Friday Night Until Sundown Saturday Night
Shabbat, or the Sabbath, is a weekly observance by Jews all around the world.
The idea behind Shabbat is that it is a day of rest, as G-d created the world in 6 days and rested on the 7th, so do we. Yes, that means in Israel we start our week on Sunday and generally work until Thursday or Friday at around 14:00. Then Shabbat begins at sundown Friday night and lasts until Saturday night at sundown.
We refrain from using electricity or cooking for these ~25 hours, so our recipes are designed for delicious Friday night meals and Saturday lunches (and afternoon noshes)!
Check out some of our delicious Shabbat Recipes below:
The delicious & egg-heavy Jerusalem Kugel dish is a classic in modern Jewish Tradition, certainly one of the first things people mention when the topic of “Jewish Food” comes up!
One of our favorite foods is the Classic Israeli Schnitzel – a chicken cutlet breaded and fried to perfection.
Chicken & Matzah Ball Soup is the bedrock on which meals are made and often the catalyst to curing colds.
Typically served on Shabbat, you’ll have your friends and family clamoring for a bit of this not-too-complex Traditional Cholent Recipe.
Delicious Deli-Style Egg Salad doesn’t have to be a 30-minute science experiment with unknown outcomes! Try this easy tried-and-true recipe today!
In our opinion, this is the best Challah Recipe there is, whether you’ve baked 1,000 or if this is your 1st. We’ve refined this easy recipe for years.
Perfect for Shabbat or quick meals during the week, this Simple Shabbat Deli Roll
Typically served on Shabbat, Hamin is a delicious meal from Sephardi & Mizrahi culture. With beef or chicken, this meal is perfect for Shabbat.