Shabbat Menu: Servings For Two
Whether you're empty nesters, newly married, or hosting just one friend for Shabbat, recipes that make smaller portions are often needed, but can be hard to come by.
I remember when I first got married, I made enough food to feed an army, and not because I meant to. All the recipes I followed made such large quantities. I’m sure a lot of you find the same to be true.
There are always occasions when big-batch recipes are a must, but other times it’s nice to have ones that make just the right amount. So because they’re nearly impossible to find, we found them for you.
Below are recipes that serve two to four people so you only buy, cook, and serve what you actually need and not truckloads more. Fair warning: the dessert below serves more. Because too much dessert doesn’t exist.
Roast Beef Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette by Daniel Aviv
Spice up your salad with some perfectly cooked roast beef on top; this salad is sure to please all!
Chicken Paprikash by Yussi Weisz
Yussi's twist on the classic Hungarian dish, Chicken Paprikash. Some seasoned roasted potatoes and toasted farfel are the perfect sides to complete this delicious meal.
Rib-Eye Steak by Brynie Greisman
An elegant addition to any seudah. Serve with garlicky mashed potatoes and fresh steamed broccoli.
Stuffed Hasselback Sweet Potatoes by Erin Grunstein
Elevate your sweet potatoes with this hasselback version. It's bursting with flavors and textures!
Tahini Banana Bread (Flourless) by Melinda Strauss
If you love banana bread, then this quick bread/cake is for you. The tahini adds a nutty taste and chewy texture that's a real winner for all! And you'll never know it's gluten-free!