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Hanukkah Dinner Recipes

Looking for Hanukkah dinner recipes? Get easy to make Hanukkah dinners. Taste of Home has dinner recipes for Hanukkah including Hanukkah brisket dinners, lamb dinners, and more Hanukkah dinners.

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Slow-Cooked Barbecued Beef Brisket

Slow-Cooked Barbecued Beef Brisket

Slow-Cooked Barbecued Beef Brisket

"I enjoy fixing a sit-down meal for my husband and myself every evening, so this entree is often on the menu," writes Anita Keppinger from Philomath, Oregon. "It's fairly inexpensive and takes little effort to prepare. The tender beef tastes wonderful."

Roasted Lemon Chicken

Roasted Lemon Chicken

Roasted Lemon Chicken

This gorgeous herb-rubbed chicken is so moist and tender that you'll want to serve it for special occasions as well as family suppers. Margaret Wilson of Hemet, California shared the succulent entree.

Spicy Beef Brisket

Spicy Beef Brisket

Spicy Beef Brisket

This fork-tender brisket is just as good when cooked a day ahead, refrigerated and reheated. I like to serve it with mashed potatoes, rice or noodles to take advantage of the flavorful sauce. -Wendy Kiehn Sebring, Florida
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Beef Brisket with Cranberry Gravy

Beef Brisket with Cranberry Gravy

Beef Brisket with Cranberry Gravy

With just a few minutes of hands-on work, this tender beef brisket simmers into a delectable entree. “The meat and gravy are great for sandwiches and leftovers the next day,” Noelle LaBrecque relates from Round Rock, Texas.

Berry Nice Brisket

Berry Nice Brisket

Berry Nice Brisket

Cranberry juice and cranberry sauce make this brisket tender and tasty.—Carol Hunihan, Alamosa, Colorado

Cranberry Beef Brisket

Cranberry Beef Brisket

Cranberry Beef Brisket

"My mother-in-law gave me the recipe for this tender brisket," relates Annette Bartle of Lees Summit, Missouri. It yields a lot, so the leftover beef can be used in the two comforting recipes that follow.

Marinated Beef Brisket

Marinated Beef Brisket

Marinated Beef Brisket

"This tender, tasty brisket cooks a long time, but it's so easy to prepare," confirms Janet Parham, Cibolo, Texas. "Just marinate the meat overnight in an oven bag, then add the sauce and roast with no more fuss!"

Smoky Beef Brisket

Smoky Beef Brisket

Smoky Beef Brisket

A friend and I first ate this brisket at a restaurant, then came home and duplicated it with great success. Leftovers make terrific sandwiches.—Sue McQueen, Cameron, Missouri

Zesty Beef Brisket

Zesty Beef Brisket

Zesty Beef Brisket

I cook often for church functions. This tender, well-seasoned beef is really very little fuss to make for a crowd.—Al Latimer, Bentonville, Arizona

Beef Brisket with Mop Sauce

Beef Brisket with Mop Sauce

Beef Brisket with Mop Sauce

This tender brisket roasts in a sauce that adds great flavor. When one of our sons lived in the South, I learned that "mop sauce" is traditionally prepared for Texas ranch-style barbecues in batches so large it is brushed on the meat with a mop! You won't need that much for my recipe, but will get the big-time taste. —Darlis A Wilfer, West Bend, Wisconsin

Brisket with Cranberry Gravy

Brisket with Cranberry Gravy

Brisket with Cranberry Gravy

Cranberry sauce adds a pleasant sweetness to this slow-cooked brisket. Use jellied sauce instead of whole berry sauce if you like. —Nina Hall, Spokane, Washington
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