Shabbat Menu- No-Bake Recipes For Hot Summer Days

Kosher.com Staff June 30, 2021

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Let’s be real. It’s hot! Like really hot. Who else is carrying liters of water and dreading the thought of a hot Shabbat meal?

This week’s Shabbat recipes completely changed that for me!

From thinking about the chicken soup resting on the blech Friday night, I’m now thinking about Watermelon Gazpacho.

These recipes are not only nutritious but filling also. This week’s email was the inspiration I needed to create menus for these upcoming summer Shabbats.

Watermelon Gazpacho by Sara and Yossi Goldstein

This recipe is a unique twist on the classic gazpacho.

Deli Roll Pinwheels with Chopped Salad by Jamie Geller

Lighten up the traditional deli roll by making these healthier pinwheels. Loaded with flavor and whole grain, they are a filling lunch or dinner best served with an Italian-inspired chopped salad.

One-Pan Tomato Basil Chicken by Ally Mawhirter

The Italian flavors of tomato and basil combine beautifully, perfect for a summer Friday night.

Cold Noodle Salad With Peanut Dressing by Sina Mizrahi

Thanks to the creamy peanut dressing, this Thai-inspired salad is bursting with flavor. Serve alongside a meat dish for a complete meal.

Watermelon Matchstick Salad by Chanie Nayman

This recipe deserves a try. It’s perfect for every occasion. From Yom Tov to Shabbat, this will become your new favorite dish.

Strawberry Basil Lemonade Mocktail by Sara and Yossi Goldstein

This three-ingredient mocktail is summer in a glass! Seasonal strawberries and basil are bursting with flavor and are extra delicious when topped off with a crisp sparkling lemonade.