In the US, we officially changed our clocks.
This means Shabbat is coming in one hour earlier than last week! That last-minute dessert you had time for last week, now you probably won’t be able to squeeze it in.
Especially as a working parent, I find these early Shabbats difficult. Last year, I decided to cook for Shabbat Thursday nights, and I’ve come to really enjoy it!
That’s why I love the concept of a one-hour Shabbat menu. For all those that like to cook Thursday or Friday, you can still do it with these easy, yet delicious recipes.
Cold Cut Salad with Maple Dressing by Brynie Greisman
This is one of those salads everyone loves! The dressing is sweet and tangy and pairs beautifully with the freshness of the salad.
Savory Honey Capons by Nechama Norman
These juicy capons are the perfect make-ahead for a hectic day!
Dijon Baby Potatoes by Nechama Norman
You can’t go wrong with this potato recipe! The dijon gives the potatoes the perfect flavor.
Candied Carrots by Elizabeth Kurtz
The combination of coconut oil, sweet carrots, and curry gives these carrots a mysterious sweetness and fantastic flavor.
Chocolate Chip Cake from the Nitra Cookbook
The easier, less time-consuming way to enjoy chocolate chip cookies. It’s much faster to spread your batter in a pan and bake than to form cookies!