Shabbat Menu: Easy and Budget-Friendly
I can't believe it's Wednesday already!
This week has flown by for me, which is always a good thing! Between starting Purim preparations at Kosher.com and planning out my own personal Purim plans, this week has been busy. This is why easy and simple recipes for Shabbat are always welcome!
The menu below is a combination of easy-to-make and budget friendly recipes that create a delicious and special Shabbat menu. I especially have my eye on the red cabbage salad, you can never have too many of those recipes.
Potato Cauliflower Soup by Sara and Yossi Goldstein
This creamy and nourishing soup is the perfect way to begin your Shabbat meal!
Choice Chicken by Brynie Greisman
This is such a delicious chicken that even the onions and crispy sweet potatoes on the bottom of the pan will be eaten up. Simple yet superb.
Presto Yerushalayim Kugel from the Nitra Cookbook
Looking for the perfect classic Kugel recipe? This is it!
Red Cabbage Salad by Chanie Nayman
This sweet and tangy cabbage salad has the perfect balance of flavors and textures for your Shabbat table.
Mini Sprinkle Cookies by Leah Nagel
These soft, chewy one-bite vanilla sprinkle cookies are easy to make and even easier to pop into your mouth repeatedly. Kids and adults alike will adore these tiny sprinkle cookies, which are the size of a large button.