A Spicy-Themed Shabbat Menu
Growing up, spicy food was always something we avoided. We enjoyed a little kick in some dishes but for the most part we kept our cooking pretty standard - onion powder, garlic powder, and paprika (which for the record, works splendidly on everything!) but as the years went on and I started experimenting myself in the kitchen, I discovered that there are hundreds of spices I'd never seen, heard of, or used in my life - for example, cayenne pepper!
Spicy food does not suit everyone, but for those who love it, it's a real ride of flavors! Good news is, you can always adjust the seasonings from mild to flaming hot and it'll be just as delicious.
Just a friendly reminder - although it's still the Nine Days and you can eat meat on Shabbat, you should try to adjust your quantities so you aren't stuck with leftovers, and in case you are - remember to freeze them!
Baked Chicken Poppers by Ashira Mirsky
These baked chicken poppers have such a refreshing kick and are so delicious, they'll definitely become a favorite!
Firecracker Beef by Susie Fishbein
Get ready for a mouthful of flavor with this dish! It's got lots of heat yet tastes so good.
Sweet 'n Spicy Grilled Chicken by Brynie Greisman
This chicken is so unique and tasty. It's not your classic grilled chicken, and that's why it'll be loved by all!
Spicy Carrot Fries by Brynie Greisman
These are a nice twist on fries...soft inside with a crispy exterior and spicy yet delicious!
Sweet ’n Spicy Churros by Faigy Grossman
This dessert while be gone before you know it. The spices coating the churros are so different yet add such a distinctive and delicious flavor to the dish.