Last week we premiered our brand new cooking competition, Skill’it!
The challenge was to create 3 bite-sized dishes in 60 minutes.
One dish had to include the mandatory ingredient, Gefen Wonton Wrappers.
Bonus Basket ingredients which would yield extra points were:
– Meal Mart Pastrami
– Beetology Julienned Beets
– Heaven & Earth Beet Juice
To find out who won and who lost click here!
The contestants did a fantastic job and created delicious dishes. We are privileged enough to get the full recipes to all those mouth-watering dishes. Here are great appetizer ideas for Shabbat! Enjoy!
Boneless Fried Chicken by Kolev Klein
Boneless fried chicken served with a non-dairy ranch dip and pickled julienned beets.
Veal Chorizo Ranch Pizza by Moshe Bloch
Meat pizza with a tortilla crust, loaded with non-dairy ranch dressing, ground veal, crispy julienned beets, red onion, and hot sauce.
Roasted Garlic and Herb Lamb Chops Over Potato-Beet Mash by Moshe Nafisi
Lamb chops seasoned with garlic and herb paste, then perfectly roasted and served atop a creamy potato-beet mash.
Lamb Sausage by Kolev Klein
Lamb sausages spiced with cumin, chili powder, chili flakes, garlic, salt and pepper, wrapped in pastrami, wrapped in wonton wrappers served with a honey mustard sauce.
Lamb Sliders by Moshe Bloch
These compact sliders feature grilled lamb patties seasoned with cumin, garlic, and balsamic glaze, fried pastrami, and fresh avocado slices.
Deep-Fried Wonton Wrapper Empanadas by Moshe Nafisi
The key to this delicious dish is the Baron Herzog Pinot Grigio, so go ahead, pop open a chilled bottle and pour yourself a glass to enjoy while prepping this dish!
Salmon Ceviche Tostada by Moshe Bloch
Fresh salmon ceviche with pico de gallo atop crispy fried wonton skins.
Salmon Bites with Caramelized Leek and Avocado by Kolev Klein
Cured salmon in a soy sauce/lemon juice mixture served on a crispy tortilla with spicy mayo and topped with avocado and caramelized leeks.
Tropical Ceviche by Moshe Nafisi
This recipe will remind you of all that is fun in the summer: sand, beach and fresh food. The key is to start with fresh, quality ingredients.