OU Kosher Staff

How Do I Hear Megillah If I Work Late

Erev Purim is a busy day. What if your job doesn’t allow for you to be home to hear megillah reading at the ideal time? Rabbi Elefant explores what to do if that’s the case.

Do I Need To Tovel A Dish Before Giving It As Mishloach Manot?

When delivering Mishloach Manot, there are a few guidelines to think about. Today, OU Kosher’s Rabbi Moshe Elefant is discussing the responsibility of toveling a dish that you are giving as part of your mishloach manot. Does the responsibility lie with you or the recipient?

What Are The Guidelines for Mishloach Manot?

Ever wonder what the requirements are for giving Mishloach Manot? Wonder no more! Rabbi Moshe Elefant of the Orthodox Union is here to answer all of you Jewish Law questions. Find out what the most common misconception is about Mishloach Manot.

Spinach Artichoke Turkey Burger Wraps

These ingenious reinvention of classic turkey burgers takes dinner to a whole new level.  Wrap it up in a crisp lettuce leaf or a whole wheat wrap and make the whole table happy.

Shockingly Simple Sushi Spheres

These spheres are a delicious work of art. Enjoy this video which will show you how to make a yummy and gorgeous treat.

Tuna Poke and Market Fish Ceviche

Mike of Mike’s Bistro shares the secret to his famous poke and explains what you need to know about making ceviche.

Pepper Steak Tacos

Try these tacos made with delicious, tender pepper steak. And of course a full bar of toppings!

One Hour Chicken Soup

This quintessential heimish comfort food is the edible equivalent of our happy place.  You might even want to put up a batch for that amazing homemade smell.

Lighter Sesame Chicken

Want a non fried, lighter sesame chicken recipe? Try this pan-seared, low sugar version the next time you need a sesame chicken fix.

Cozy Sunchoke Soup

This silky blended sunchoke soup is just the recipe to warm you to the core this fall and winter.