Shabbat Menu- The Shortest Shabbat of the Year
One major perk about living in my community is that the kids don’t come home from school on Friday until 2 PM! So even on a short winter Friday, I’m usually able to find one second to bake. When I say one second, I do sometimes mean making the whole thing directly in a nine by 13 pan.
Baking is usually the last thing I do and fully depends on whether everything else is done before the kids come home. But still, I feel like I am racing the clock the whole day, and with this week being the shortest Shabbat of the year, I am sure you can relate!
Put together your menu plan now with these incredibly easy recipes, so you aren’t racing quite as much this Friday!
Ginger-Glazed Salmon from the Dining In Cookbook
Ginger, mustard, and apricot … wow! A winning combination on this fish.
Rosemary Roast Chicken by Erin Grunstein
This chicken is simple and delicious, infused with rosemary and silan flavors.
Perfect Steak by Hudi Greenberger
A quick and easy 5-ingredient steak that takes only a few minutes to make and is absolutely delicious!
Asparagus with Orange Vinaigrette by Elizabeth Kurtz
Blanched asparagus coated with an orange citrus vinaigrette. This fresh and light side dish is the perfect complement to a heavy meal.
Dijon Baby Potatoes by Nechama Norman
No matter when these are made, the bowl is always cleaned out! If you’re not a rosemary fan, leave it out (but only if you must!)
Chewy Oatmeal-Macadamia Cookies by Faigy Grossman
Divine and irresistible! Hide some to have on hand when you need a pick-me-up or feel the urge to splurge on some yummy goodies!