In honor of Shabbat Nachamu we’ve gathered elegant recipes that also highlight fresh and delicious summer produce. Summer produce is my favorite! There is nothing like fresh tomatoes and corn straight from the farm. I love going to my local farms and seeing what kind of produce they have. It helps inspire my Shabbat cooking. I love using seasonal ingredients and letting them shine in the dish.
Enjoy these fresh and colorful recipes we’ve picked for you and wishing everyone an amazing Shabbat!
Duck Confit Empanadas by Sara and Yossi Goldstein
Duck—sounds so exotic and complicated to prepare, right? Not really! In fact, this method is practically foolproof and leaves you enjoying incredible flavors and your guests coming back for more!
Marinated London Broil with Zucchini and Heirloom Tomatoes by Zehava Krohn
Try this delicious marinated London broil with these beautiful roasted vegetables!
Colorful Salad Platter by Brynie Greisman
The dressing can be made way in advance, and the veggies can be prepared and cut two days in advance and bagged separately in the fridge. Even the sweet potatoes can be baked beforehand. The fun part is getting creative and setting it all out!
Mini Pommes (Potatoes) Anna by The Peppermill
Thought to have been named for a famous Frenchwoman in the 1800s, this dish is usually made in a single soufflé dish or large frying pan. This version uses muffin cups or ramekins for pretty presentation and lots of crispy edges—everyone’s favorite part!
Apple Smores Tartlets by Faigy Grossman
Amazing combo! The flavors of the apple filling and s’mores ingredients come together to create a fantastic tasting dessert/miniature to present to your family and friends!
Peach and Berry Compote by Nechama Norman
This concept is genius! It’s easy to prepare, convenient, and serves nicely for any occasion.