Sukkot (or anytime) Chicken
This is the perfect dish to serve on Sukkot. One of the themes of Sukkot is celebrating the harvest. This recipe has lots of vegetables, use any that you have on hand. It cooks up in a flash, my family loved it! It will be your “go to” quick recipe on Sukkot or anytime during the year. You can serve it over rice, noodles, mashed potatoes, quinoa or other favorite grains. Chag Sameach, have a Happy Sukkot!
This is such an easy recipe and so delicious. It would be perfect for a holiday meal, Shabbat dinner or any occasion.
This is Nehama’s recipe, so easy, healthy and a crowd pleaser. It will be on my table for the Rosh Hashanah festive meal. The Recipe
Honey Cake “Minis”
Just in time for the New Year, I’ve got a cute and bite-size version of my “You’ve Never Tasted Anything Like This Honey Cake” found on this website. The “Mini” Recipe
Easy Beef Knishes
The High Holidays (Jewish New Year) are fast approaching. Here is an easy recipe for a traditional favorite that will wow your family and friends. Here is the Recipe
Easy, Yes I Mean Easy Rugelach
Just in time for the Jewish New Year, what makes this recipe easy is that you can make it in the food processor. Also, you don’t have to make all the rugelach at once; divide up the dough and just make the amount of rugelach that you need, and keep the rest in the fridge for up to a week or two. These are not too sweet, and you save a few calories by using Neufchatel cheese and buttermilk. If you want to cheer someone up, these are a winner! Remember to let people know that these are “dairy” if they don’t mix milk and meat.
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Quick Veggie Mac & Cheese with Roasted Salmon Balls
These two dishes combined or served separately will be your “go-to” for a quick and easy meal. You can be sure your kids will love the Quick Veggie Mac & Cheese! The Recipes