Shabbat Recipe Roundup

We’re quickly approaching the end of Winter, and I can’t wait till some spring produce makes an appearance. But in the meantime, we still have a little more time for comfort food during our Shabbat meals.

This S’mores Challah from The Challah Blog could be served as a perfect sweet start or even a more perfect sweet finish at your Shabbat dinner.

As soon as I saw this recipe for Baked Parsnip Fries with Rosemary from Bon Apetit, I knew I wanted to try it. What a great alternative to regular potato fries or even sweet potato fries!

A good stuffed cabbage recipe is not easy to come by, which is why you might try Ina’s Stuffed Cabbage as the “perfect Jewish comfort food.”

Three of my favorite ingredients come together in this one side dish by the Kosher Foodies: Israeli Cous Cous with Brussel Sprouts and Chickpeas. Can’t wait to try this one!

Shabbat Shalom and happy cooking!

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