Shabbat Recipe Round-Up

Happy Purim – Purim Sameach everyone! Well, the celebration isn’t quite over, because Shabbat is tomorrow, so time to put away the rolling pin, and get ready for dinner.

I cannot wait to make these Salami Chips with Dijon Dipping Sauce from Busy in Brooklyn – they look so fun, easy and also something the men in my life will enjoy devouring.

If the Salami seems like a fatty way to start the meal, try following it with this season-perfect Spinach Salad with Citrus and Roasted Beets.

Everyone loves fried chicken, so why not try this Oven Fried Chicken from Food and Wine Magazine as a (slightly) lighter version.

And as a tasty, green-filled side, I am loving this Broccolini and Snow Peas with Sesame sauce from Not Derby Pie. If the sesame sauce in this recipe seems like too much work, try serving the veggies with some store-bought tahini sauce instead!

Like I said, the celebration isn’t quite over, so finish off your meal with this Purim Special Vodka Amaretto Cake from More Quiche Please.

Shabbat Shalom, and Happy Cooking!

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