Shabbat Menu- Fresh, Juicy Peach Recipes

Kosher.com Staff August 3, 2021

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We’ve got some delicious peach-themed recipes for your Shabbat menu this week, but let me interrupt for one second to tell you about what’s happening on Kosher.com this week! 


Tomorrow, we are releasing “The Final Four,” the first video episode of Food Fight, our brand new cooking competition series. As I told you a few weeks ago after we filmed the episodes, the experience far surpassed my imagination and dreams for this project. The days we spent on set were better than we could have ever asked for.

Then, the day finally came when I got to watch the Food Fight video. Can we get obsessed about something? Food Fight is obsession-worthy. There’s suspense, drama, and of course, really, really good food. All I have to say is, get ready to get totally hooked. (Click here to watch the sneak peek promo clip.) 

Since all you can do right now is wait, you may as well make some good food in advance for your viewing party!

Happy cooking!



Refreshing Peach Salsa by Miriam Szokovski

We’re in love with this cucumber-peach salsa. Sweet and refreshing with mild heat, it’s a great addition to your dips course, or a superb accompaniment to fish or chicken.


Peach Strawberry Salad from the Dining In Cookbook

Here’s a salad that screams summer. With a strawberry puree dressing, fresh peach slices and crunchy nuts, this sweet salad is like a burst of sunshine on a plate.


Peach Glazed Grilled Chicken Cutlets with Watermelon Salad by Rivky Kleiman

This recipe will instantly transform a chicken into summer perfection. The combination is so delicious- simple glazed chicken served with a summery salad and homemade vinaigrette!


Green Bean and Peach Salad with Honey Sriracha Dressing by Sina Mizrahi

Opposites come together to create an unexpectedly spectacular side dish. Sweetness from the peach, balanced against the savory green beans. Spicy sriracha, balanced against the sweetness of honey.


Summer Peach Crisp by Lois Held and Roberta Scher

Stock up on fresh, juicy peaches for this recipe! This classic Southern dessert will make any guests at your table feel truly welcomed when you bring it out!