Shabbat Menu- On the Grill
Where I live in the Midwest, the winters can get pretty harsh. That’s why, when summer rolls around, I always try to take advantage and bring more of our family activities (and the mess!) outdoors. We do crafts outside, have meals outside when the weather permits, and of course, we bring the cooking outside too.
Grilling does require some hand holding and I would not say that it’s mess free, but it keeps the kitchen from turning into a sauna. What I forget after every year, though, is it also requires you to focus more since it’s not your normal cooking routine. And, as a result, it means I am more present. It’s ideal for disconnecting (from phones, work, screens) and reconnecting (to family, noticing that it’s still light out until bedtime).
Take advantage of grilling this summer—as if you needed reasons to go outside—and all the fringe benefits that come along with it. That great grill flavor isn't just about the char; it’s about the memories!
Eggplant and Roasted Pepper Salad by Daniel Aviv
A classic Shabbat salad featuring grilled eggplants and peppers—delicious to eat and easy to make!
"Zebra" Grilled Chicken by Hudi Greenberger
This marinated grilled chicken is perfect for Shabbat day (or paired with a fresh salad any day). It's so quick to prepare and is bursting with flavor!
Marinated London Broil with Zucchini and Heirloom Tomatoes by Zehava Krohn
All the components of this dish are grilled, which makes it so much easier to prepare. Simply marinate for up to a day, then heat your grill!
Edamame and Grilled Corn Salad by Sina Mizrahi
There is so much sweetness and flavor in grilled corn that it’s a delicious add-on for any meal. But the additions here come together quickly and make it even more perfect, if that were possible.
Grilled Fruit with Whipped Cream and Streusel Topping by Estee Kafra
Grilling fruit is a summer favorite. It's delicious and refreshing and so simple! Toss some cut-up fruit in a little bit of oil and grill over high heat until softened.