What’s For Dinner?

What’s for Dinner: July Edition

Kosher.com Staff June 30, 2020

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And that’s a wrap! June is over! With July beginning and still so much unknown, all we can do is take each day one at a time.


We’re willing to bet cooking is a part of your day every day. We’re here to make the job a little easier with a new ‘What’s for Dinner this Month’ roundup!


Looking at the calendar, July is packed: the Tammuz fast, the Three Weeks, Nine Days, Tisha b’Av, and ending off with Shabbat Nachamu!


But don’t panic. This roundup was planned with the calendar in mind and even includes a full Nine Days menu!


By the way, we also have many articles on how to entertain your kids and keep them busy this summer!



Week 1:


Monday: Creamy Herb Chicken Cutlets by Brynie Greisman


Tuesday: Sautéed Vegetable Pasta by Kelly Cohen


Wednesday: Barbecued Meatballs by Rivky Kleiman


Thursday: Dairy Spring Salad by Elky Friedman


Week 2:


Monday: Spring Chicken Salad by Naomi Nachman


Tuesday: One-Pan Salmon with Potatoes and Green Beans by Erin Grunstein


Wednesday: Easy Mini Burgers by Rorie Weisberg


Thursday: Cheesy Baked Ziti from the Nitra Cookbook


Week 3:


Monday: Delicious Chicken Wrap by Tehila Kohanim


Tuesday: Instant Pot Ground Beef and Rice Shawarma by Urvashi Pitre


Wednesday: Pan Pizza from the Dining In Cookbook


Thursday: Creamy Goat Cheese Greek Zoodle Salad by Gloria Duggan


Week 4:


Monday: Crispy and Light Flounder Fillet by Gitta Bixenspanner


Tuesday: Make Your Own Poke Bowls by Dini Klein


Wednesday: Garlic Knot Pizza Muffins by Michal Frischman


Thursday: Spinach Rolls by Esther Ottensoser