Although the Chagim are behind us, it doesn’t mean the cooking stops. In just a couple of days, Shabbat will be here, which can definitely be a stressful thought (who else needs a break from the kitchen?!).
To help ease your way into another mini cooking marathon, we’ve created a menu that requires minimal cooking and prep time. So instead of thinking about this Shabbat as an impossible task, cook simply, relax and take it slow before the first full week back begins!
Maple Glazed Salmon by Kiki Fisher
For those who serve salmon either next to or instead of gefilte fish, forget the teriyaki sauce this time and treat your family to a new flavor that’s just as sweet.
Roasted Chicken Bottoms with Olive Oil, Rosemary, and Root Vegetables by Zeta Olive Oil
A warm and inviting chicken lunch or dinner with great rustic flavor.
Chili Pizza by Rivky Kleiman
For all you meat lovers… A fun way to have your pizza and eat meat, too.
Sesame-Lime Soba Noodles by Chanie Nayman
The sauce in this recipe conceals the slight grittiness of the buckwheat in the soba noodles. Also, the cilantro in this recipe makes it so bright and fresh. The bold flavors of this dish makes it a real crowd-pleaser, and it’s suitable for all ages!
Honey Balsamic Roasted Carrots by Chanie Apfelbaum
If you can get your hands on rainbow carrots, go for it – they’re especially beautiful for serving this dish!
Chocolate Chip Cookie “Pizza” by Rivky Kleiman
A creative way to enjoy an old-time classic. Just whip up a batch of cookie dough and let your imagination run wild.