Quiz: We Can Tell How Jewish You Are Based Solely On The Foods You've Tried

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Did your mouth water when your Bubbe was in the kitchen?

Anyone who has been surrounded by Jewish cuisine knows how delicious it can be! Take this quiz to see if you know all of the delectable foods!

 Nov 05, 2018

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What are these bagels with no holes called?
Charoset
Baily
I have no idea!

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Wouldn't you just love a bowl of Borscht right about now?
What is that?!
No, thank you!
Yes, please!

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What is the name of an egg cake filled with cinnamon, chopped nuts, and chocolate swirls?
Babka
Brillah
Badduh

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During Passover, what is the popular dish made of apples and nuts called?
Chasitain
Charoset
Churro

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restarif.com
We all love Jewish cuisine but what are Falafels?
Broiled eggplant mixed with garlic, lemon, tahini, and spices
Rendered goose or chicken fat
Deep fried chickpea balls

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www.myjewishlearning.com
What is this?!
Definitely haven't tried this!
Knish
Rugelach

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Have you ever had a Kugel? It's a savory casserole made of noodles, potatoes, vegetables, and fresh cheese!
I have not tried that yet!
I've tasted it... and regretted it!
Yes! It's one of my favorite dishes!

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What is this delicious triangular pastry?
Habakuk
Hanaford
Hamantashen

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Fried potato pancakes, usually eaten at Hanukkah, are called?
Ladels
Loteritas
Latkes

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Jewish food is amazing but... what are Schnitzels?
Pounded cutlets of meat dipped in egg and crumbs and then fried
A twisted dumpling made with a potato dough
Sweet stew of carrots and yams, sometimes with raisins

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www.myjewishlearning.com
What is this?!
Tezech
Tantifiers
Tzimmes

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Have you ever tasted Halva? It is a sweet brick of ground sesame that is sometimes embedded with pistachios!
I haven't tried that thing!
Of course I have and I love it!
I've tried this and will never try it again!

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What are the hard and baked almond bread-like biscotti called?
Malandia
Mandelbrot
Menifee

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This chocolatey, sugary, and flaky pastry is called what?
Rugelach
Rogaby
Rodferum

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What are thin slices of cured salmon fillet called?
Lix
Lax
Lox

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What is a meat stew famously called?
Golidge
Goulash
Gaugera

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What is this the name of this Jewish dish?
Gefilte Fish
Galilee Fish
Gregorio Fish

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What are these Jewish fried donuts called?
Sufganiots
Spedforios
Santeros

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Kichel
These are Jewish crisps made with eggs and sugar! Ever tasted Kichel?
Yes and I'd never eat one of these again!
I haven't tried these crisps!
Of course! Love these!

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In all of its sweetness, what is the name of this dessert?
Butter Rolls
Blingero
Blintz

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In a Jewish cookbook, how is Helzel described?
Stuffed chicken neck skin, stuffed with matzah, bread crumbs, and spices
Pickled chopped horseradish, sometimes with beets
Small pellet-shaped egg pasta

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What is the name of boiled dumplings that are pretty similar to pierogi or gyoza called?
Kerplunk
Kaloway
Kreplach

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What is this delicious Jewish food called?
Bourekas
Beladonias
Seeded Browns

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The Jewish recipe calls for Holishkes! They are ____.
Stuffed cabbages or cabbage rolls
Buckwheat groats cooked in water
Fried noodles and rice

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Have you ever tasted a bite of Baba Ghanoush?
Yes! So delicious!
Yes and it's not my style!
I've never tried this!
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

Jewish cuisine is extremely delicious and anyone who loves to keep it kosher can attest to that fact! There are certain recipes that might just blow you away because they turn out to be so tasty! There are other recipes that list off a bunch of ingredients that might sound as though the result would not turn out too amazing-- the results are always amazing though! Cooking Jewish food for friends and family, or even just cooking Jewish food for yourself is always worth the time and effort it takes in the kitchen. There are options such as eggs, beef, lamb, and vegetables that totally play by the rules and then there are other more intricate ideas for a delicious menu! Dumplings made of matzah meal, eggs, and traditionally schmaltz taste great when boiled and served to your loved one within a chicken soup stock. There are also turnovers that can be served with mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, onions, ground meat, and cheese! These turnovers can be either baked or deep fried! The options are limitless with the many different ways we can combine food together to create new ideas for new tastes and flavors. Some traditional Jewish foods might be difficult for a non-Jewish individual to say because the spellings on some of the foods are complex! Foods like Kneidlach, Kishke, Mandelbrot, Shlishkes, and Rugelach might throw someone for a loop! Nevertheless, these are amazing foods that everyone should try on the right occasion! Waiting for holidays like Hanukkah isn't always necessary to enjoy some of this cuisine!

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