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Shabbat Recipe Roundup

Another week, another round of recipe ideas for your Shabbat table.

Last month I had the most delicious Caesar Brussel Sprout Salad at Almond in Bridgehampton, New York. Ever since I’ve been looking for a similar recipe, but in the meantime, I came across this Food Network Brussel Sprout Salad with a light dressing, and dried fruit. If you’re making this with a meat meal, just leave out the manchego cheese.

This Citrus and Rosemary Roast Chicken recipe is pretty similar to my own go-to chicken recipe for Shabbat dinner. My favorite tip? Marinate the chicken on Thursday night in a plastic bag, and let sit overnight in the fridge. By the time you roast your Shabbat chicken, it will be infused with flavor, and super moist.

I love roasted potatoes, but sometimes you want something a little more special. This “Potatoes a la Bakery” has a wow factor, yet is super simple to prepare. Just replace the butter in the recipe with olive oil, or my favorite, duck fat (chicken fat would work great too).

My mother-in-law made this recipe for Roasted Fennel with Olives and Garlic recently and it was delicious!

For a sweet finish, try some rich, chewy Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies from Couldn’t Be Pareve.

Posted on December 7, 2011

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Shabbat Recipe Roundup

Thanksgiving is behind us, Hanukkah is ahead, and luckily we are still in the thick of hearty Autumn/Winter fare.

Here are a few recipe ideas to warm up your Shabbat dinner this week!

One of my very own,  Tunisian Spice Butternut Squash Soup has just enough spice to make it a little more special than your average butternut squash bisque.

Still enjoying brussel sprout season? Well me too. Try these Dijon-braised Brussel Sprouts from Smitten Kitchen

If you’re like me, then you’re probably always on the lookout for unique chicken dishes to serve on Shabbat. I can’t wait to try this Artichoke Chicken from The Kosher Foodies.

And for a sweet finish? I am sure we can all agree that Sweet Genius contestant Paula Shoyer‘s Orange Tea Cake recipe is worth a try.

Shabbat Shalom, and happy cooking!

Posted on December 1, 2011

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