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Wow Your Guests With This Fresh and Bright Shabbat Menu

Wow Your Guests With This Fresh and Bright Shabbat Menu

Summertime dishes tend to be simple, clean, and easy. With the heat palpable around us, we crave those fresh ingredients, colorful plates, and savory flavors.

Having Shabbat guests in the summer means getting back to work in a kitchen that might have been close to abandoned these past few weeks. But that summertime feel does not go away. Yes, maybe we’ll buy the more expensive meat. Maybe we’ll throw together another side. We might just bake a gourmet bundt for our kitchen counter. But there is nothing more “wow” and satisfying than taking basic foods and elevating them with simple and clean ingredients. And of course, dessert. Because clean is great, but so is chocolate. Good Shabbos!

1. Teriyaki Salmon Chunks with Zesty Mushrooms by Leah Barzel

2. Lemon Herb Chicken Steaks with Tahini Balsamic Sauce by Chanie Nayman

3. Maple Mustard Beef Ribs by Elizabeth Kurtz

4. Maple Balsamic Snap Peas with Chili Crisp Crunch by Chavi Feldman

5. Sweet ‘n Salty Sweet Potato Pie by Michal Frischman

6. Spinach Salad with Basil Dressing by Chanie Nayman

7. Pecan Biscotti from the Dining In cookbook

8. Irresistible Chocolate Mousse with Cookie Topping by Faigy Murray

9. Coffee-Crusted Pan-Seared Tuna by Elky Friedman

10. Herb-Crusted Brick Roast by Victoria Dwek

11. Grilled Chicken and Peach Summer Salad by Estee Kafra

12. Caramelized Carrots with Scallion Sauce by Brynie Greisman

13. Japanese Eggplant with Crispy Garlic by Michal Frischman

14. Baked Potato and Onion with Thyme and Silan by Kosher.com Staff

15. Berry Blend Galette by Chaya Ruchie Schwartz

16. Cookie Butter Apple Bundt by Tamar Teitelbaum