Weekly Shabbat Ideas

Each week here at The Nosher we’ll be compiling some recipe ideas to  serve for your Shabbat Dinner. This week I put together a few of my Fall favorite recipes.

My husband and I love to make this super simple roasted brussel sprouts with mushrooms as a rich and easy side dish. Its perfect for this time of year, especially served alongside your favorite roast chicken.

This is actually one of my own recipes, and I must admit, a real crowd-pleaser. It’s incredibly simple to make, and super creamy. Try my Sweet n Spicy Sweet Potato Soup.

For a cider flavor infused chicken dish, why not serve up this Apple Cider Brined Chicken. While Robert Irvine says to brine for at least 30 minutes, I recommend brining the chicken overnight to ensure maximum flavor and moistness.

For dessert (or even breakfast on Saturday morning) try this delectable looking Spiced Pumpkin Crumb Cake. I am drooling just looking at this one.

Happy cooking, and Shabbat Shalom!

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/robert-irvine/apple-cider-brined-chicken-recipe/index.html

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