Shabbat Menu: Try Something New

Kosher.com Staff January 5, 2022

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Are you an adventurous cook? 


If you like to try out new recipes, the recipes below are definitely new and different. Whether you give them a try for Shabbat or during the week, each recipe is packed with new and different flavors. 


Plus, there are 2 incredible crockpot recipes that are perfect for Shabbat lunch. 


Try one or try them all, you may just add one of these recipes to your weekly repertoire. 


Charred Ras el Hanout Eggplant Dip by Sina Mizrahi

This is a wonderful grilled eggplant dip with harissa, a terrific spice profile, and no mayo. Perfect for spice and eggplant lovers.


Spanish Chicken Soup (Crock-Pot) by Sima Kazarnovsky

Enjoy this flavorful soup. Serve with some tortilla chips and guacamole on top, it’ll become a family favorite! 


Coq au Riesling by Sara and Yossi Goldstein

Crisp and vibrant Pacifica Riesling pairs beautifully with chicken in this one-pot braised main dish. It’s both elegant and hearty all at the same time with delicious beef facon bits and buttery soft mushrooms.


Crock-Pot Balsamic Rosemary Meatballs by Sima Kazarnovsky

These crock-pot meatballs are the perfect cozy Friday night dish, the addition of balsamic and rosemary is a surprising, yet delicious addition! 


Indonesian Rice by Brynie Greisman

Not your typical rice dish. Rice, meat, and a sweet/savory/sharp-dressing combine to make a dish that will be enjoyed by all. Can be prepared a day in advance.


Halva Bundt Cake by Faigy Grossmann

This recipe is the halva version of a bundt cake. If you love the taste of halva, this dessert is for you!