What is the name given to specially prepared Jewish food?
Food prepared according to the laws of kashrut (Jewish dietary laws) is referred to as 'kosher'.
Kosher food have been produced under the supervision or a Jewish Rabbi, whereas non kosher foods have not. _________ Correction: Kosher food does not require a Rabbi's involvement. When talking about commercially prepared food, the kitchen has to be supervised by a 'mashgiach'. Any orthodox Jew can be a mashgiach. Kosher food is prepared with kosher ingredients following the laws of kashrut.
There is no single list of kosher foods as creating such a list would be impossible. Kosher isn't a style of food, it is a title given to any food that is prepared following the laws of kashrut (Jewish dietary laws). For example, macaroni and cheese can be kosher if it is made in a kosher kitchen using kosher ingredients. The same is true for chow mein, which is Chinese in origin, but again, can…