Shabbat Menu- Quarantine Style
We hope everyone had a nice and safe Passover!
I did a poll on Instagram this week to see what items people are having difficulty getting. It seems like the 'toilet paper' in the food world is yeast and flour, as well as eggs. This can make our Shabbat prepping a little more challenging, since many of our 'usual' recipes can't be made.
We heard your concerns and decided to give you a complete Shabbat menu that is flour and egg free. You can still make a complete and delicious Shabbat menu minus some 'basic' ingredients while still keeping Shabbat feeling special and delicious!
Spicy Gefilte Fish Balls by Rabbi Hanoch Hecht
Many of us love the smell and taste of gefilte fish, but after eating it week after week, Shabbat after Shabbat, it can get a bit stale. This recipe is a great way to elevate the fish to something totally different, yet still give you the comfort of the Shabbat table
Quinoa-Stuffed Chicken by Michal Frischman
With no added sugar or starches, and an egg-free option, this kugel is a welcome healthy addition to the table.
Colorful Red Cabbage Salad Two Ways by Elky Friedman
This delicious, crunchy, and colorful salad is a real hit! Choose between 2 different but equally amazing dressings, making this salad a favorite for all.
Best Healthy Apple Crisp (Gluten-Free, Paleo) by Rorie Weisberg
Desserts don't have to be full of sugar. All you need to do is think outside the box. This dessert is sugar free and will surprise you with its simplicity and its absolute deliciousness.