You might want to introduce your family to traditional Jewish foods, but let's be honest, Jewish cooking is not known for being particularly healthful. Fear not; there's no need to abandon all your nutritional principles. The following recipes are packed with fresh ingredients, fruits and veggies, and a whole lot less of the stuff you want to avoid.

Braised Fennel with Raisins and Pine Nuts
Bronx Borscht
Bulgur and Raisins with Goat Cheese
Chicken Soup With Vegetables
Chickpeas for Purim
Chickpea Arugula Salad
Chickpea Salad with Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Cold Cucumber Soup
Falafel
Hummus
Israeli Breakfast Recipes
Matzah Balls
Parsnip-Sweet Potato Latkes
Shakshuka
Spinach and Cheese Lasagna
Stuffed Pumpkin
Vegetarian Chicken Soup