Shabbat Menu- Spring Produce Inspired
I love going produce shopping!
My local produce shop sells a huge variety and unique types of fruits and vegetables.
There is nothing like produce that is in season; you can't compare the flavor, juiciness, and overall taste. I tend to buy and cook with in-season produce as much as possible. Therefore, my menu is always changing as the seasons are.
Now that spring has arrived, I can't wait for all the delicious spring and summer produce (especially all the summer fruit, it's my favorite!) What's your favorite in-season produce? Let us know!
Cauliflower and Leek Soup by Rivky Kleiman
Always looking for a new and different soup? This easy-to-prepare soup is the perfect addition to any menu!
Shallot and Fennel Chicken by Rorie Weisberg
When creating a healthy main, avoiding sugary sauces is a must. This recipe is unique and elegant without excess sugar.
Sugar Snap Peas…All Dressed Up by Estee Kafra
The vibrant green, purple, and yellow is always so beautiful next to brown meat and chicken and potato kugel. This can be served at room temperature, creating a sort of side dish/salad hybrid.
Blistered Asparagus with Cilantro Balsamic Drizzle by Chanie Nayman
When it comes to Shabbat, we love dressing up the standard roasted veggie, and this answers that need well. Psst. Use the dressing on everyyythinggggg!!
Carrot Cake from the Nitra Cookbook
Add this classic cake to your repertoire with this easy, simple-to-prepare recipe.
Fruity Cake with Crumbly Topping by Temi Philip
This fruit cake works for every season, occasion, or mood. Just swap in and out your favorite or seasonal fruit and your family will be calling dibs for the last piece every time.