Easy Celebration Chicken

Easy Celebration Chicken

While I am cooking “Just A Jewish Mother’s Chicken Soup” in preparation for tonight’s Passover Seder, I want to share an easy recipe that you can make quickly and would be perfect to serve to your Seder guests. It has both sweet and salty flavors and you can double or triple the recipe. It’s a great staple for any holiday or whenever you want a festive, colorful and easy dish to serve. Wishing all a Chag Sameach and Happy Passover. Enjoy!  The Recipe

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Sheryl’s Summer Salad

Sheryl's Summer Salad

Sheryl’s Summer Salad

This unbelievably delicious and simple salad was served by a family member, Sheryl, at a recent family gathering. You can put this together in five minutes and everyone will want the recipe! It looks beautiful and is a great offering at a summer cookout or get together. Enjoy! The Recipe

In a Hurry Salmon Salad

In a Hurry Salmon Salad

In a Hurry Salmon Salad

Just in time for the hot days of summer, here is an easy salad you can pull together in five minutes. It’s great at a brunch or for lunch in a sandwich or on top of a salad. It makes a nice change from tuna fish. This is my original recipe for salmon croquettes with a few tweaks. Feel free to add your own herbs. It’s a gem and so easy to make. Have fun!

Ingredients:

2   5 oz. cans skinless, boneless pink salmon (I use “Chicken of the Sea”), drained

2 Tbls. mayonnaise

1 Tbls. chopped fresh dill

2 – 2.5 tsp. lemon juice

Zest of almost ½ lemon

¼-1/2 tsp. garlic powder

Method:

Combine all ingredients.

Tip:  Feel free to experiment with other fresh herbs.

Chickpea and Veggie Stew

Chickpea and Veggie Stew

Chickpea and Veggie Stew

You won’t believe how quickly you can put this dish together! Easy and so comforting, the perfect “go to” meal after work when you don’t have energy to make a big meal. Serve over quick cooking quinoa or brown rice and you’re ready to relax.
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Granola Bites

Granola Bites

Granola Bites

Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish Arbor Day, that occurred this week, reminded me that we traditionally eat fruits and nuts from trees in Israel. Here is a quick and easy snack that incorporates some of those delicious foods. You can also break it up into small bits and serve as “Granola Crumbles” or package them as a yummy treat in your “Mishloah Manot” gifts for the upcoming holiday of Purim. Feel free to be creative. Enjoy!  

Granola Crumbles

Granola Crumbles

Granola Crumbles as gift

Granola Crumbles as gift

 

 

 

 

 

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