Shabbat Recipe Roundup

The High Holidays quickly approach, and with it, lots of cooking! The last thing you probably want to be doing as you gear up for family-filled dinners is more cooking…but alas, its time for Shabbat!

This week I put together some easy, simple recipes that won’t have you slaving over a hot stove for too long.

Fruit still abounds, so why not start your meal with this refreshing Fruity Salad with Raspberry Zinger from The Overtime Cook.

I love a good, simple roasted chicken recipe. Put it together, throw it into the oven, and 45 minutes to an hour later you have a perfect, juicy main attraction. Try The Shiksa‘s recipe this week for Honey Herb Roasted Chicken.

What does lemon plus oregano plus potatoes equal? Potato side dish perfection! Try this Martha recipe for Greek Lemon Roasted Potatoes to go alongside that beautiful herb roasted chicken.

And what could be quicker or easier than this Quick and Easy Chocolate Cake. Serve with some fresh berries, and maybe even some soy ice cream!

Happy cooking and Shabbat Shalom!

 

 

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