Here is an easy and delicious dish that your family will rave about. The sauce can be used with other dishes so you may want to double the recipe! Read on for the Recipe
Here is an absolutely delicious and easy dish that you can make quickly. When you can’t think of what to make for dinner, you have your solution: “Easy Salmon Croquettes”. These have been a staple for American Jewish cooks for a long time. My version is egg-free, very light and can be served cold. Great to take to work for lunch! Read on for the Recipe
“Chicken Supreme” is one of the easiest dishes that I make and it makes its own gravy! Perfect for a winter dinner, it can also be doubled for a larger group. I’ve made it with chicken breasts and thighs but it really is works best with chicken legs. Use whatever veggies you have on hand, but always add mushrooms – they help to make the gravy. You can literally pop it in the oven for an hour or so, busy yourself with odds and ends, come back and your dinner will be ready. It’s a “one-pot wonder”!! The Recipe
Here is an easy dish that you can serve to guests or as an everyday dish. It has a delicate orange flavor and makes its own gravy. I used boneless skinless thighs but have fun and try it with different chicken pieces. I served it with my Easy Rice Pilaf (recipe found on this website). Here are the before and after cooking pictures so that you can see how great it looks. Enjoy! Read on for the Recipe
I came up with this easy lemony flavored falafel recipe, it’s so tasty and easy to make. It’s makes a great pareve (neutral) appetizer. You can also pull together a quick meal by putting the falafel bites into a pita, add your favorite sauce and veggies! The recipe can be doubled or tripled. Best served warm. The Recipe
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.