You don't need to be a trained chef to pull off these celebratory dishes. Our expert tips and step-by-step guidance will make them practically foolproof. Whether you're searching for the perfect beef tenderloin, succulent turkey, glazed ham, roasted leg of lamb, or another one of our creative main courses, we have both tried and true recipes as well as fun riffs on classic flavors to bring family favorites to a new level. These spectacular entrées take a starring role in any holiday meal.
Slow-Roasted Salmon with Bok Choy and Coconut Rice
Salmon is a common entrée at Hanukkah meals, because many traditional dishes feature dairy ingredients, which kosher dietary laws prohibit mixing with red meat or poultry. This Asian-flavored fish dish is extra tender from long, low-temperature cooking, and is matched perfectly by the creamy rice and crisp stir-fried bok choy.