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Having Guests This Shabbat? Here’s What To Make!

Having Guests This Shabbat? Here's What To Make!

When we host guests on Shabbat we want the food to be beautiful, that’s a given (who doesn’t love a good compliment?). But more importantly, we want the menu to be fresh, vibrant, healthy-ish, and packed with amazing flavor that will leave your guests’ stomachs full and their taste buds happy.


Recipes like Turkey Roast with Mediterranean Salsa, Dijon Ginger Tuna, London Broil with Chimichurri Sauce, and Limonana Sorbet will do just the trick.


If you’re looking for other types of Shabbat menus, like fast and easy, kid-friendly, or those showstopper dishes, you can check out our complete list of 85+ Shabbat menus HERE.


  1. Marinated Turkey Roast with Mediterranean Salsa by Brynie Greisman

  2. Olive and Basil Leaf Tapenade by Adina Silberman

  3. Fruit-Topped Brownie “Pizza” by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen

  4. Salmon Scoops with Red Cabbage Slaw by Michal Frischman

  5. Strawberry Lemon Galette by Chanie Nayman

  6. Dijon-Ginger Tuna by Chanie Nayman

  7. Spinach Salad with Basil Dressing by Chanie Nayman

  8. Lemon Crisps from the Dining In Cookbook

  9. String Beans with Yellow Pepper Pesto by Brynie Greisman

  10. Presto-Pesto Salmon by Chavi Feldman

  11. Lemon Cookie Summer Fruit Cobbler by Leah Nagel

  12. Chimichurri Mushroom Salad by Michal Frischman

  13. Chocolate Sesame Babka Bites by Sylvia Fallas

  14. Limonana Sorbet by Brynie Greisman

  15. Sesame-Crusted London Broil by Daniella Silver

  16. Spiced Carrots with Chickpeas and Herbs by Adina Silberman

  17. Chicken Steaks with Golden Berry Orange Gremolata by Estee Kafra

  18. Moist Cinnamon Swirl Bundt by Nechama Norman

  19. Lamb Chummus Plate by Michal Frischman

  20. Pepper-Crusted London Broil with Chimichurri Sauce by Faigy Murray

  21. Mini Sprinkle Cookies by Leah Nagel

  22. Lemon Za’atar Cauliflower by Molly Hagler