Viral TikTok recipes made Jewish

3 trendy recipes with a Jewish twist.

Tiktok has taken the world by storm since its global launch in 2018, and more importantly, our kitchens have been shaped by the trending 15-60 second videos we consume from the comfort of our phone screens. From feta pasta to whipped coffee, the creators of Tiktok have inspired many to get back into the kitchen to keep up with today’s latest trends. The single hashtag “#food” has over 273 BILLION views, while the same hashtag on Instagram has just over 480 million, meaning Tiktok might just be the latest social media trend setter.

While I’ve loved seeing the rise of home cooking over the past few years, and the tips and tricks that have been shared online, I can’t help but wonder…can I put a Jew –ish turn on these trendy recipes? To find out, I picked three upcoming food trends discovered on Tiktok last year. Although we’ve all had our fair share of baked feta pasta, with a whole block of feta cheese (yes, even though we’re largely lactose intolerant), and sweet and sickly whipped Dalgona coffee made with just sugar, instant coffee and water, it’s time to move on and put a unique spin on the recipes that have won the hearts and stomachs of hungry viewers around the world.

Baked salad by Melissa

@bakedbymelissa She’s a green goddess #food #Recipe #vegan #foodie #viral #asmr #fy #fypシ ♬ original sound – Baked by Melissa

This viral salad was actually shared by Melissa Ben-Ishay, a mom, entrepreneur and Melissa behind Cooked by Melissa, the New York brand famous for its cupcakes and sweets. Her recipe for the now viral Green Goddess Salad is far from ordinary, where she encourages viewers to enjoy it with tortilla chips, inside a wrap or in their sandwich. While this recipe is one I’ve made time and time again (and always ends with the end of a whole head of cabbage in a day or two), it’s the perfect place to start a Jewish version of the viral dish.

Instead of cabbage, I based this version on an Israeli salad with a tahini dressing, loaded with cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, pickles, parsley, mint, za’atar and a flavorful lemon-tahini dressing. Scoop it up with pita bread or add it to your falafel wrap for an incredibly delicious (and veggie-packed) salad! Get the recipe.

Emily Mariko Salmon Bowl

@emilymariko♬ original sound – Emily Mariko

Emily Mariko is a Northern California-based vlogger responsible for viral Tiktok videos sharing her life in a strangely calming way. Known for her recipe for a deliciously simple bowl of salmon, she’s an it-girl to follow! Her delicious salmon rice bowl is topped with leftover salmon, Japanese Kewpie Mayo, sriracha, soy sauce, and she eats it with roasted nori.

My touch is a Lox & Schmear salad bowl, which includes hot smoked salmon, Kewpie mayonnaise, all the bagel spice, red onions, dill and cucumbers for an equally satisfying dish that has the taste of your favorite bagel and lox. Get the recipe.

Toasted bread with cream

@shineeeedee thick bread for the weekend 🍞 #custardyogurttoast #foodieph #tiktokeatsph #homecafeph ♬ Counting the Stars (Feat. Beenzino) – BE′O

The third and latest trend that is revolutionizing breakfasts around the world is a simple mix of just 3 ingredients: eggs, honey and yogurt! Poured into a bread boat and baked in sweet custard, this breakfast is simple enough to eat all week long, but delicious enough for a weekend brunch, in a pinch! Using whole milk yogurt gives this breakfast a rich, creamy texture.

Instead of the standard white bread, use your leftover Shabbat challah (I used a cinnamon swirl bread!) and add tahini to my custard mixture for a nutty flavor you can’t beat. Easier than French toast, this is the perfect weekend brunch recipe you’ve been looking for. Get the recipe here.

Whether you’re a social media geek or a hobbyist, there’s no wrong way to give your opinion on dishes you know and love!

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