Shabbat in 7 Ingredients or Less
There is nothing I love more than summer days, pool days, BBQ days. But all good things have a time and place, and we are transitioning to the next stage of our year.
I once read that people often don't have a great grasp on planning time and don’t give tasks as much time as they normally need. For example, we are often off in our understanding of how long it takes to get from the house to the car.
This time of year requires keeping up with so many lists and staying hyper-organized to keep up with all the tasks that have to get done in the transition to autumn.
We want to take one thing off your list, and that is planning your Shabbat menu. We’re keeping it especially simple this week, with each recipe requiring less than seven ingredients! Now you can move on to the next list you need to tackle. Good luck!
Bright and Fresh Slaw by Michal Frischman
This quick and easy slaw can be prepared and ready in just a few minutes!
Simply Sumptuous Sesame Chicken by Gitty Wolf
This chicken is simple yet delicious. Even when warmed for Friday night dinner, it's always a hit and always super moist!
Reverse Sear Cowboy Steak by Mindy and Tuli Feferkorn
This meat is already so flavorful and delicious, especially when cooked correctly, that by adding a little salt and pepper the dish reaches new heights!
Vegetable Kugel from the Dining In Cookbook
This kugel is filled with super moist and delicious vegetables which are packed with flavor and makes this unique kugel even tastier!
"Children's Baking Time" Brownie Cake from the Nitra Cookbook
The name of this dessert says it all! It is the perfect recipe for children to make and that everyone can enjoy.