Everyone comes home from school and it’s: “There’s nothing to eat!” “We’re soooo hungry!” “When’s dinner?”
With all the new back to school regulations, some of us going back to work, and tons of Yom Tov prep, we’ve all got a lot on our plates. Anyone else finding that there are just not enough hours in the day?
So to make at least the dinner planning easier, we’ve rounded up some great dinner recipes. Whether you are serving meat, dairy, or parve, these super simple recipes use 7 ingredients or less (not counting oil, water, salt, and pepper, which we’ll assume you have handy.) Here’s to making dinner time easier!
Another bonus, just add a chopped salad and a simple soup or rice side dish and you have a full meal!
And, to help with your Yom Tov prep, check out all our other amazing Rosh Hashanah recipes!
- Easy Italian Meatballs by Tamar Teitelbaum
- Sheet Pan Dinner – Chicken on the Bone by Reva (Blander) Yaffe
- Shawarma by Rachel Moskowitz and Devorah Kahan
- Minute Steak and Potatoes by Michal Frischman
- Extra Crispy Chicken Nuggets from the Dining In Cookbook
- Garlicky Cutlets by Estee Kafra
- Mustard Cornflake Chicken by Sina Mizrahi
- Meat Calzones by Chayie Schlisselfeld
- Barbecue Pastrami Pizza by Estee Kafra
- Spinach Lasagna by Chayie Schlisselfeld
- Faked Ziti by Esty Wolbe
- Macaroni and Cheese Casserole from the Nitra Cookbook
- Whole Wheat or White Pizza Dough by Estee Kafra
- Cheesy Baked Ziti from the Nitra Cookbook
- Zucchini-Mushroom Cheese Bake by Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
- Carb-Free Mini Vegetable Quiche by Esther Ottensoser
- Maple Glazed Salmon by Kiki Fisher
- Ramen Shakshuka by Chanie Apfelbaum
- Roasted Vegetable Medley by Estee Kafra
- Ginger-Teriyaki Salmon by Sina Mizrahi
- Baked Flounder Chips from the Nitra Cookbook
Teriyaki Salmon and Avocado Bowl with Pickled Radishes by Sarah Walker Caron
- Gnocchi with Butternut Squash and Spinach by Sam Adler