7 Winner Recipes for the 7th Day
By Family Table Staff, Michal Frischman and Chanie Nayman
We thought we'd share with you what we're making for Shabbos, you know, in case you need an idea or two. Just take a look at the selection right here!
For even more easy, classic Shabbat recipes, check out 35 Easy Shabbat Dinner Recipes for Newbies.
- Sushi Salad by Estee Kafra
The most important parts of a good sushi salad: plenty of umami, plenty of crunch.
- Cajun-Batter Dipped Cauliflower by Rivky Kleiman
Consider this your cauliflower kugel 2.0! If you are reheating this for Shabbos, keep it uncovered on your warmer.
- Uncle Jack's Coleslaw by Rachel Weiss
No two coleslaws are the same, so we discovered. We tested a whole slew of our readers' favorite coleslaws, and this one got a double thumbs up from all our testers. It's for real, guys.
- Artichoke Portobella Salad by Rivky Kleiman
You'll see, this salad will be the totally neccesary change you were looking for on your Shabbos menu.
- Zucchini-Apple Muffins by Rivky Kleiman
There's a reason some recipes go viral. This one is the best coffee accompaniment/side dish, depending on how much sweet you can handle before we even get to dessert!
- Brisket Winning with Wine by Estee Kafra
When it comes to brisket, we don't discriminate. Does this warm, buttery-soft meat hits the spot any Friday night of the year? We say yes.
- Tiramisu by Rivky Kleiman
Ok, where should we start with this one? Its a cheat recipe, thats right off the bat that's a win, and it can be prepped in advance and assembled on Shabbos, second win right there, then the TASTE. Don't take our word for it, experience it for yourself.