Shabbat Recipe Roundup

I can always count on The Challah Blog to come up with a new and exciting way to serve challah. Making a sourdough starter may seem daunting, but its not as hard as it sounds and its a great tool to have in your culinary belt. Try some Rustic Sourdough Challah for a fun twist this week!

My dad loves making broccoli rabe sauteed with garlic and olive oil, but sometimes you need to change up that same old recipe with a something new, like this Tomato and Broccoli Rabe Salad which is also perfect to use up some of those summer tomatoes.

Panzanella salad is a classic Italian salad made from day old bread and fresh veggies, and its a perfect cool side dish for hot summer days. And while we’re twisting things up this week, why not try What Jew Wanna Eat’s version of the classic dish with her Israeli Panzanella Salad.

Chicken legs are a super way to make a cheap meal – but I don’t often see good recipes just for just the chicken legs. Which is why I was delighted to find this Fennel Garlic Chicken Legs recipe, which is tasty, easy and affordable.

And last but not least is a simple sorbet recipe. But instead of something fruity, try David Lebovitz’s Chocolate Sorbet to finish off your Shabbat dinner.

Shabbat Shalom and happy cooking!


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