What’s For Dinner?

What’s For Dinner: December Edition

Kosher.com Staff November 30, 2020

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December is always a busy month. Not only is the calendar year coming to an end, but there’s Chanukah, children home for winter break and it’s the start of a new season. This roundup reflects all of it!


We’ve got everything from comforting soup, chili and risotto to fried latkes and blooming onions for Chanukah. You’ll also find healthier veggie-packed dinners (to balance out all of those fried foods), recipes that will please the picky little eaters in your life, and meals that can be made in less than an hour.


See you next month for more dinnertime inspiration!


Week 1:


Monday: All-In-One Chicken Dinner by Brynie Greisman

Tuesday: Roasted Salmon with Maple Glaze by Levana Kirschenbaum

Wednesday: Chunky Chicken Taco Soup by Renee Muller

Thursday: Faked Ziti by Esty Wolbe


Week 2:


Monday: Sweet Chili Chicken Sandwich by Leah Schapira

Tuesday: Out-of-this-World Minestrone Soup by Zeta Olive Oil

Wednesday: Saucy Sesame Chicken from the Nitra Cookbook

Thursday: Blooming Onion by Esty Wolbe


Week 3:


Monday: Southwest Salad-Topped Latkes by Faigy Murray

Tuesday: 8PM – Sushi Party! by Chayie Schlisselfeld

Wednesday: Latke Dogs by Ida Levy

Thursday: Crispy and Oozy Fried Mozzarella by Naomi Nachman


Week 4:


Monday: Teriyaki Quinoa Chicken by Faigy Grossman

Tuesday: Green and Orange Salmon Bowl by Victoria Dwek

Wednesday: Chicken Fajita Stuffed Sweet Potatoes by Sina Mizrahi

Thursday: Mock-o-roni (Cauliflower Mac ‘n Cheese) by Rorie Weisberg


Week 5:


Monday: Shake ’n Bake Chicken Poppers by Tanya Ohana

Tuesday: Sweet Potato Bean Chili by Amy Kritzer

Wednesday: Honey Garlic Beef and Shishito Peppers by Molly Hagler

Thursday: Classic Vegetable Risotto by Sina Mizrahi