A Summery Shabbat Menu
I try to get the majority of my Shabbat cooking done Thursday night so I can enjoy the summer Friday afternoons. The only thing I'll leave for Friday is to make challah and a dessert.
Growing up, desserts were my thing. My mom would put me in charge of dessert duty, and I loved it!
Lately, I find myself scrolling through Kosher.com looking for easy and summer-friendly desserts. When I found this 4-ingredient Strawberry Marshmallow Pie, I knew it would be a perfect addition to our Summery Shabbat menu.
Teriyaki Ginger Salmon on Skewers by Zehava Krohn
You already know you love teriyaki salmon, but this brings it up a notch. It adds even more flavor and is the perfect way to start the meal!
Spinach Salad with Basil Dressing by Chanie Nayman
This is everything you could wish in a salad! It's fresh, light, crisp, crunchy, sweet, tangy, and flavorful. Top it off with a delicious basil dressing and you'll definitely be going in for seconds.
Garlic Thyme Chicken by Brynie Greisman
This chicken has a unique and somewhat intriguing flavor that leaves everyone clamoring for seconds. Don't expect to have leftovers!
String Beans with Yellow Pepper Pesto by Brynie Greisman
These string beans are smothered in a blended yellow pepper sauce that is absolutely irresistible. They’ll enhance any fish, chicken, or meat dish with their vibrant color and crunch. They're even good cold!
Lemon Za’atar Cauliflower by Molly Hagler
There’s something so fresh and delicious about the combination of lemon juice and za'atar! This is the perfect side dish to accompany any meal!
Frozen Strawberry-Marshmallow Pie from the Nitra Cookbook
A super easy 4-ingredient frozen dessert pie with blended strawberries and marshmallow fluff.