Shabbat Menu- Tried and True Kosher.com Classics

Kosher.com Staff January 19, 2022

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In addition to our regular Shabbat menu, we have an exciting announcement to make. This week, we reached the milestone of 10,000 recipes on Kosher.com!

We wanted to take a moment and thank YOU!

Thank you for being here.

Thank you for reading our emails.

Thank you for making our recipes.

Thank you for entering our contest.

Thank you for allowing us to make holidays with you.

We would not have been able to make it to 10,000 recipes without our amazing recipe contributors, our incredibly talented stars, and of course, YOU, our readers!

See below for a fantastic Shabbat menu that is just a small sampling of our amazing 10,000 recipes!


Traditional Chicken Soup by Rorie Weisberg

Chicken soup is a classic! Here’s how Rorie makes hers, along with an easy creamy version. Follow along as she makes them both on Living Full ‘n Free!


Moroccan Salmon by Bracha Jaffe

Naomi is back and learning a new Shabbat staple. Singer Bracha Jaffe is joining her to show us her take on Moroccan fish. Her family loves this dish made with salmon and potatoes! 


Garlicky Cherry Tomato Dip by Yussi Weisz

Yussi Weisz is sharing with us one of his new homemade Shabbat dips that he is naming the BHIS dip. It’s a delicious, warm, garlic and tomato dip that is served Friday night with some challah.


Moroccan Chicken by Naomi Nachman

There is lots of action in the Moroccan flavor profile of this chicken that (bonus!) will help use up your leftover dried fruit.


Garlic Dill Potatoes by Esty Wolbe

If you’re still looking for “non-potato” side dishes for Passover, it might just be because you’ve never had these. This classic from Esty’s mom is a hit year-round. You won’t be able to get enough.


Crumble-Stuffed Pears by Esther Ottensoser

This pear crumble is the perfect dessert all year long!