9 Stuffed Foods to Make for Sukkot and Simchat Torah

Fill Up on These Filled Foods

Easy Beginner Kibbeh

The Spruce

Thanks to Sukkot's status as a harvest holiday, there's a tradition to serve stuffed foods to celebrate the seasonal bounty. For many, the custom extends through Simchat Torah, since pairs of cylindrical foods—think cabbage rolls or blintzes—plated side-by-side resemble Torah scrolls. (The same logic applies on Shavuot, the harvest holiday that celebrates the giving of the Torah.) Of course, there's no need to save these recipes for the holidays—they're wonderful all year round!