19 Shalosh Seudot Recipes For Long Shabbat Summer Days
Shabbat in the summer means long, long Shabbat afternoons.
Since at this time of year Shabbat ends very late at night, by the time late afternoon rolls around the troops get hungry. You'll need to prepare a more substantial shalosh seudos menu than you do during the other seasons. The usual tuna and egg salad on challah might not do the trick to fill hungry bellies. We've got some ideas to help you out! We've included both parve and dairy recipes. They are all bright and summery and full of fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, perfect for hot days.
Thanks to the long hours, you will likely be able to eat dairy by shalosh seudos time, so we've included both parve and dairy recipes. Enjoy, and Shabbat Shalom!
- Crisp Quinoa Salad by Elky Friedman
- Fruity Euro Salad from the Nitra Cookbook
- Corn Salad by Shaindy Ausch
- Green Apple Boston Lettuce Salad by Rachel Ostroy
- Rainbow Salad with Sweet Lemon Dressing by Faigy Grossman
- Salmon and Orzo Salad from the Dining In Cookbook
- Creamy Avocado Salad + Dip by Chanie Nayman
- Sweet Potato and Dried Cranberry Quinoa by Erin Grunstein
- Bright and Fresh Slaw by Michal Frischman
- Sriracha Deviled Eggs by Sina Mizrahi
Sesame-Lime Soba Noodles by Chanie Nayman
- Tricolor Pasta Salad from the Dining In Cookbook
- Some Like it Hot Smoked Salmon Salad by Sharon Lurie
- Lox, Dill and Cream Cheese Spread by Brynie Greisman
- Spinach and Feta-stuffed Salmon by Esty Wolbe
- Antipasti by Mighty Sesame Co.
- Zaatar Rainbow Roasted Carrots by Erin Grunstein
- Tuna Rolls by Esther Ottensoser
- Chickpea and Green Bean Salad by Sina Mizrahi