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Parve Chocolate Cherry Fingers Recipe

Parve Chocolate Cherry Fingers

Parve Chocolate Cherry Fingers With cherries in season this spring, dig into this sweet craving! This parve chocolate cherry fingers are perfect for shabbat, vegetarians, pescetarians, and kosher families with a sweet tooth. The following recipe has a total cook and preparation time of an hour and a half and serves up to 20 people. Ingredients Cake 7 ounces (200 grams) baking chocolate ½ cup (100 grams) margarine 1 and ½ cup sugar, divided 5 tablespoons waters 3 eggs 3 tablespoons water 1 cup four 1 teaspoon Haddar Baking Powder Cherry Cream 3 eggs 1 cup sugar Juice of 1 lemon ½ cup (100 grams) margarine 2 tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons water 8 and ½ ounces (250 milliliters) parve whipping cream ½ jar preserved cherries…

Dairy-Free Mashed Potato Recipe

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This Spring season, why not make a delicious side that’s perfect any time of the day? For sure, these mashed potatoes will not only satisfy your taste buds but also free you from dairy guilt! Making the Best Mashed Potatoes This Fall One of the best add-ons to any dinner is no doubt, mashed potatoes. But this time, it won’t have any milk or butter or cheese– and it will taste even better! Opt for the healthier side and check out this dairy-free mashed potato recipe. Ingredients: 4 medium to large gold potatoes 1-2 cups chicken broth Pinch of garlic powder Salt and pepper to taste Chives for garnish (optional) Instructions: First, scrub the potatoes very well under running water and peel them if you…

Homemade Matzo Pizza Recipe

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What’s not to love with pizza, especially if it’s a matzo pizza? Perfect to be eaten at any time of the day, this matzo pizza recipe is very easy to make and will surely tickle your taste buds, leaving you wanting for more! Easy Double-Recipe Matzo Pizza For sure, everyone likes pizza. If you get those days you don’t know what to eat and also feel lazy to make an actual food, this recipe is perfect for you! It’s very quick and easy that you can even make it with eyes closed. Because we know you’re going to want more, here are two flavors of matzo pizza you can make in a single preparation. Ingredients 2 pieces matzo ¼ cup tomato sauce 1 tablespoon cream…

Overnight Brisket Recipe

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One of the good things overnight recipes bring is that you can get to spend more time relaxing while cooking so you won’t have to be stuck in the kitchen. The long cooking roast is made in advance which allows you the time to leisurely slice and plate your meal. Delicious Overnight Brisket This recipe is something to look forward to cooking if you are tired and want to relax while cooking at the same time. It’s not very complicated and yet you still get this tasty and savory flavor you’ll surely love. The cooked brisket can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days or frozen for 1 month. Store or freeze the reduced braising liquid separately. Ingredients 3 large onions, thinly…

Moroccan Meatballs Recipe

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This North African recipe features seasoned meatballs simmered in an aromatic spicy tomato sauce for a Mediterranean-style dinner. You will surely enjoy this delicious and delightful Moroccan recipe especially when shared with someone special this love season. How to Make Moroccan Meatballs Moroccan meatballs have that unique Mediterranean flavor that will surely leave you wanting for more. When preparing for it, you can use kitchen shears to coarsely chop the tomatoes while they are still in the can. If you want to save time, you may also shape the meatballs in advance and store them in the freezer. To make the best Moroccan meatballs, the rest of the recipe must be prepared and cooked the same day. Get these ingredients and follow the directions for…

Chicken Vegetable Medley Recipe

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Nothing beats a hot bowl of chicken, vegetable, and fried rice together on a cold winter day. This savory and tasty medley will surely tickle your taste buds and fill your empty stomach at the same time! The Chicken Vegetable Recipe You’ll Love Serve your family a soul-food favorite that everyone loves. This Chicken Vegetable Medley recipe is easy to make and is not just healthy, but also yummy! Try it out today for a savory meal perfect for lunch on a cold, sunny day outside. Here are the ingredients you need to get and the steps you have to do to create a delicious Chicken Vegetable Medley. Ingredients 1 teaspoon paprika ½ teaspoon adobo all-purpose seasoning ½ teaspoon ground red pepper 2 tablespoons olive…

Three-Cheese Spinach-Noodle Bake Recipe

three-cheese spinach noodle bake

This recipe is so simple to prepare and is bursting with rich and hearty flavor that satisfies your cheesy cravings. It’s easy to make you can prepare it anytime you want and enjoy its cheesy goodness. The Spinach Noodle Bake You’ll Surely Love Sometimes, all you need is a good cheesy pasta dish that’s easy to prepare. Make yourself a bake that’s unique and flavorful. This Three-Cheese Spinach Noodle Bake has a creative twist to it without being complicated. It bakes up quickly that you’ll have more time to toss a salad and set the table. It’s filled with all the veggie, and cheesy goodness so make sure to grab these ingredients and follow these instructions to prepare a delicious Three-Cheese Spinach-Noodle Bake! Ingredients 250…

Pulled Sesame Chicken Recipe

pulled sesame chicken recipe

Chicken is very versatile that you can do almost everything with it! It can be sweet, savory, tasty, and anything in between and it will still turn out delicious. This pulled sesame chicken recipe is one of the many proofs to that. You and your family will surely enjoy this meal so make sure to try it today! Sesame Chicken That’s Perfect Any Day If you thought that you could only get sesame chicken from your local Chinese restaurant, think again. Because you can definitely make it in your own kitchen and even much more delicious with this recipe! This healthier and cheaper version is surely a better version you’d want to try. Here are the ingredients you need and the steps you need to…

French Spiced Bread Recipe

French Spiced Bread

This bread recipe is a vibrant spice mixture that’s great for a sweet toast in the morning or a party appetizer. The Bread You Should Make This season, treat yourself to some delightful French spiced bread! This deliciously flavored delicacy will leave you feeling the holiday cheer even better. Serve with a meal or as a snack! Ingredients 2 tablespoons melted unsalted butter 1/2 cup whole almonds 1/2 cup store-bought or homemade candied orange peel 1/2 cup dried apricots 1/2 cup dried plums 2 cups honey 1 1/4 cups whole milk 2 teaspoons kosher salt 6 (3″) cinnamon sticks 3-star anise pods 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 tbsp, 1 tsp baking powder 2 tsp ground cinnamon 2 tsp ground ginger 2 teaspoons baking soda 2…

Honey Mustard Glazed Turkey Recipe

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On holiday dinners, turkey is traditionally found on Christmas tables, because why not? They’re delicious and make a great holiday dish! The Holiday Turkey You’ll Love Honey makes everything just even better. In this recipe, it gives it a tasty golden-brown crust. One tip is to make shallow diamond-shaped cuts across the surface to help the outer layer of fat on the turkey crisp up in the oven. Ingredients: 1⁄4 cup water 1 (10-11-pound) bone-in smoked turkey 3⁄4 cup honey 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons stone-grain mustard 1 tablespoon fresh thyme 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 2 (6-ounce) packages baby carrots 6 fresh turnip roots, halved 6 shallots 1 head garlic, halved crosswise 1 tablespoon olive oil Fresh thyme…

Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich

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Thanksgiving is one thing, leftovers are another. Not to mention they are the best part after the big event, aren’t they? Let your creativity shine out by combining all your favorite dishes in one awesome sandwich! Turn Your Thanksgiving Leftovers into a Sandwich Instead of just snacking on a few leftovers little by little, try eating them in a more appetizing way. With leftover turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce, you can always give Thanksgiving a second day! Whether you serve your sandwich cold or slightly warm, you will surely enjoy this Thanksgiving leftover sandwich recipe. What You’ll Need Extra virgin olive oil 3 slices challah or whole grain bread 3 tablespoons cranberry sauce Sliced turkey breast, chopped or pulled thigh meat 1 cup…

Challah Chestnut Stuffing

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Sure, turkey is very famous during this season. But don’t forget the stuffing is as important, too! Kosher Thanksgiving Stuffing Challah as a base for stuffing is perfect and well-suited because it is naturally absorbent. Plus, the fresh herbs and sweet chestnuts make this recipe even more interesting. Follow these easy steps to make the delicious challah chestnut stuffing for this holiday! Ingredients 1 cup pre-shelled roasted chestnuts 1/4 cup schmaltz, divided 1/2 lb. sliced mushrooms 1 onion, minced 2 cups celery, diced 1 cup carrots, diced small 1/2 cup parsley, minced 2 tbsp fresh sage, minced 1 tbsp fresh thyme leaves, minced 1 tsp fresh marjoram, minced 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 cups chicken/vegetable broth 1 medium loaf dairy-free challah bread, cubed 4 eggs,…

Delicious Challah Recipe

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Challah is one of the most delicious treats to have any season long! Challah for the Kids This Fall Since the fall season and chocolates go along very well together, today’s Challah recipe is going to be chocolatey. Kids will surely love it so you can either prepare it with them as a family bonding or surprise them with this non-pumpkin spice flavored bread. What You’ll Need 2 tbsp dry active yeast 1 ½ cups lukewarm water ¼ cup oil 2 eggs Pinch of salt ½ cup sugar ¾ cup unsweetened cocoa 6-8 cups all purpose flour 1 egg yolk and 1 tbsp of water Orange-colored sprinkles Instructions Mix the yeast and lukewarm water and let it stand for 5 minutes. Then, attach the dough…

Mediterranean Chicken Herb Salad

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It’s kosher. It’s delicious, and it is nutritious. Seriously, what more do you want from a meal? The Healthy Run Down What’s good about dieting? Eating this Mediterranean Lemon Herb Chicken Salad. It’s sweet and a tad bit spicy, with a little tanging kick from the lemon. The more I make it, the more I think, ‘man, I can never get tired of this.’ While, we don’t actually serve this in the kosher restaurant in Las Vegas, I figured, I should share it here with all of you! Chicken Salad Ingredients Salad: 3 cups Romaine lettuce ½ yellow bell pepper ½ red onion, sliced ½ large cucumber, diced 1 Roma tomatoes, diced ½ olives 2 avocado , sliced Lemon wedges, optional Dressing: 1 tablespoons water…

Recipe for Homemade Kosher Dill Pickles

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With all the fancy pickled items out in the market today, it can get so tempting to cozy up to a jar of good ol’ garlic dills. But you can also do it on your own! This special recipe uses the best of all pickle worlds: a delicate kosher salt brine that gives natural fermentation and a smack of vinegar for an extra pucker. How to Make Homemade Kosher Dill Pickles Since cucumbers start to lose moisture and soften the minute they are picked, make sure to use the freshest available. They should feel heavy and firm to the touch, with a vibrant green skin. Kirby cucumbers, in their compact size, relatively low water content, and thin skin make them the ideal candidate for this…

Kosher Chicken Curry

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Chicken curry is a common favorite dish in South Asia, Southeast Asia as well as in the Caribbean. However, it has also spread all throughout America, and we all love the aromatic flavors in this dish like ginger, curry, cumin, and garlic. Today’s Variations “Curry” came from the Tamil word kari, which means spiced sauce. It was originally a thin, soup-like, spiced dressing served in Southern India. The usual Asian curry consists of chicken stewed in an onion and tomato-based sauce, flavored with ginger, garlic, mango chutney, tomato puree, chili peppers and a variety of spices. But nowadays, there are lots of different variations across the globe and kashering it will surely give you another twist of it that you’ll surely enjoy. What You’ll Need…

Hard-to-Resist Grilled Chicken

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Are you looking to cook up a delicious meal this weekend? If so, look no further. Our amazing grill chicken is sure to wow your entire dinner table as they ask for me. We’re warning you, you should probably make more for seconds. We usually make this for family gather because it’s generally easy and it’s simple to make. Once, we had our cousins fight over the last piece, and it was hilarious. But honestly, we can’t blame them to want more! They’re tender, tangy, and absolutely delicious upon every bite. Don’t believe us? Just make some for yourself. Grilled Chicken Ingredients 3 lbs skin-on chicken tenders 1/3 cup vegetable oil 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 1/4 cup soy sauce 2 green bell pepper 1/4 cup…

Fried Tilapia Recipe

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Tilapia is a soft, flavorful white-fish that even non-fish-lovers might enjoy. And, it is generally much less expensive than other fish options. Try out this wonderful pan-fried tilapia recipe sometime to see if you or your loved ones might enjoy a great fish dish! The Ingredients: 1 1/2LB fresh tilapia fillets ¼ cup flour 2 tbsp butter 2 tbsp canola oil 2 tbsp lemon juice 2 tbsp chopped parsley leaves (optional) 2 tsp seafood seasoning 1 tsp chopped garlic 1 tsp salt ½ tsp ground pepper Cooking Instructions: Begin by preheating your oven to 300° F. Next, grab a medium-sized casserole dish or something similar and mix together the flour, seafood seasoning, salt, and pepper. Coat both sides of your tilapia filet in the mixture….

Yemenite Recipe

Yemenite is one of the delicious treats we used to have when we were kids. I remember mom making them; she’d let us help ourselves to another serving which would highlight our mornings. Today, we make them for mom to show her how much we appreciate her efforts! Shall we get started? What you’ll need: 1/4 lb margarine 1 tsp salt 1 cup water 2 1/4 cups flour Directions: In a food processor add salt, pepper, and water. Process the mixture until it’s created a ball. Add more water or flour if necessary. You don’t want the dough to be sticky, but you do want it to be soft. Take the dough to another bowl and let this stand for about one hour. Divide them…

Braised Short Ribs

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Ahh, short rib. There’s just something so rich and flavorful about them. If you want to have the all-American experience, you get one of these bad boys and eat it for a hearty meal. They’re rich in flavor as restaurants create them differently. Of course, you can never go wrong with any because they’re just that good! So, we created our own version, and we hope you enjoy! The Ingredients You’ll Need: 5 lbs bone-in short ribs 3 chopped onions 3 tbsp all purpose flour 3 tbsp olive oil 2 chopped celery stalks 1 tbsp tomato paste 3 chopped carrots Kosher salt 8 sprigs thyme 10 sprigs parsley 2 sprigs rosemary 4 sprigs oregano 1 garlic 2 bay leaves 4 cups beef stock 1 750…

Schnitzel Recipe

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When you want something filling for lunch, eat a chicken schnitzel. They’re perfect for a Sunday afternoon or a lunch for work. Whatever your reason to eat this delicious meal, you want to make sure you have it fresh! So, we’ve come up with a schnitzel recipe that is sure to blow you away. What You’ll Need: 1 tbsp lemon juice 1/2 cup chicken broth 1/4 cup white wine 1 tbsp butter 4 tbsp olive oil 4 chicken cutlets 1/2 cup parmesan cheese 1 cup fresh breadcrumbs 1/2 tsp parsley 1 minced garlic 2 eggs salt and pepper to taste Directions: Add salt, pepper, parsley, garlic, and beaten eggs in a shallow bowl. Using a separate bowl, mix breadcrumbs (you can pulse a few bread…

Popular Shabbat Dishes

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In Jewish communities, Shabbat is a very important day. It’s a holy day filled with traditions as you spend a day remembering the One Above. Because Shabbat is a special day, we prepare kosher catering to residents who don’t have time to cook! What are some of the popular dishes to prepare? Challah Bread Without a doubt, there is no Shabbat without challah bread. It represents manna bread which was sent from heaven to the Israelites as they spent 40 years in the desert to the promised land. This is a slightly sweet bread that many people make with raisins and other toppings of their choosing. Gefilte Fish This dish is made with a poached mixture of deboned fish. It’s usually made with pike, whitefish, or…

Benefits to Kosher Lifestyle

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People living the kosher lifestyle may have varying degrees of how strict they apply it but the popularity of kosher living and eating is on the rise. For food to be kosher, Koshercertification.org explains that food must be prepared as described in: “… the laws of the Torah, to be eaten, a kosher species must be slaughtered by a “Schochet,” a ritual slaughterer. Since Jewish Law prohibits causing any pain to animals, the slaughtering has to be effected in such a way that unconsciousness is instantaneous and death occurs almost instantaneously.” (Koshercertification.org, 2017) Is Kosher Food Healthier? Studies report that roughly 15% of people purchase kosher food to uphold their religious beliefs, a larger percentage of people share they buy kosher under the belief that…

What’s the Big Deal About Kosher Food?

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Sometimes, we’ll hear the word kosher through on some tv show. Is it a special diet? Are you not allowed to it certain things? What’s so special about a kosher diet? Well, let’s go back to the basics. What is Kosher Food? Kosher means acceptable and proper, and with that meaning, it has informally been accepted in the English language. Still, many of its laws are derived from the Bible, and they’re heavily mentioned in the Talmud and many Jewish traditions. Centuries of practices and changing situations have shaped its laws to modern times that govern the OU kosher certification. It’s More Than Just a Diet Those who practice a kosher lifestyle are already familiar with the extent of its standards while some are not familiar…

4 Most Popular Appetizers to Serve For Shabbat Meals

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When you have a festive appetizer, your Shabbat meal just got better. The idea is that you want your Shabbat meals to stand out from your regular weekday food. You can cook either meat or parve with a main dish, and you can enjoy them as the first course of the many. The following are some of the most popular meals people serve for appetizers, and we think you should try them out (if you haven’t already.) 1. Grilled Vegetables They’re simple, and they’re easy to make. Have your children pick out their most favorite vegetables and grill them just in time for the meal. To make this a bit more fun, cut them up in a way that your children will enjoy eating them!…

Delicious Chocolate Challah Bread Pudding

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Challah isn’t just bread that’s enjoyed by everyone. It’s a ceremonial bread that commences the beginning of Shabbat. In fact, a small portion of this bread is set aside for offering purposes. The challah bread is often known for its sweet flavor and braided presentation. It’s often eaten during Jewish holidays and on Shabbat day. There are plenty of ways to make the challah bread and some have gotten creative with them. Today, we’ll teach you how to make chocolate challah bread pudding the easy way! We guarantee that it’ll be hard to resist them. What you’ll need: 1 stick butter 4 cups warm milk 6 eggs 1 1/2 cups sugar 1 loaf challah bread (cut into 1 1/2 inch slices) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2…

What Defines Kosher Food?

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Whether you’re eating or cooking Jewish food, there is a story to tell. You see, Jewish food spans the globe as influences from Africa, Middle East, and Eastern Europe take over the sweet aroma and tastes of their dishes. Whichever region you happen to be in, there’s a story there. To many, it’s more than just a dish; They’re delicacies passed down from many generations as it’s filled with symbolism and history. Today, it’s open to new influences as it continues to grow. In Simple Forms, Jewish Food is Kosher Fundamentally speaking, all Jewish food has to be kosher. The way it’s observed can vary, but the dietary rules have to adhere to the Jewish laws. All kosher laws are observed throughout the year with…

The Easiest Borekas You’ll Ever Make

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Crisped with melted butter and hot oil, bourekas are a divine goodness stuffed with flavorful ingredients. They’re filling and nutrious that makes a meal so satisfying– you’ll want more than just one. Just like Spain’s empanadas, India’s samosa, and Italy’s calzone, they’re perfectly enclosed for on-the-go. These portable snacks are great when you’re browsing through shops, or when you’re doing other activities. Where Bourekas are Enjoyed Common in North Africa, Middle East, and areas in Asia, the bourekas are known as savory pies. Amongst the community that enjoyed them were the Sephardic Jews that served this food during celebratory occasions and holidays. This is a practice that continues today, Iberian Jews ate bourekas as part of their Shabbat meals. Additionally, they’re enjoyed all throughout Israel…

Eggplant Baladi

Eggplant Baladi

In translation, it’s called “the imam fainted.” This Ottoman cuisine is an eggplant stuffed with garlic, onions, and tomatoes perfectly simmered in olive oil. When you’re thinking about Ottoman dishes, this happens to be one of the most notable. Surprisingly, this dish is served at room temperature or warm as the eggplant absorbs the flavors from all ingredients. Today, you’ll learn how to make them in this super easy recipe that we’ve been perfecting. What You’ll Need: 1 onion 1 red bell pepper 3 eggplants 1 yellow bell pepper 1 zucchini 2 yellow tomatoes 1 red tomato 3 cloves garlic 5 tbsp olive oil 6 sprigs parsley salt and pepper to taste How to Cook: Make sure that your eggplants are washed and patted dry…

Spicy Chipotle Meatloaf

I have been looking for a way to revive a family old recipe of my great-grandmothers. The meatloaf recipe was passed down for generations and now it has landed in my hands. Although my family’s original way will always be a classical favorite, I wanted to try and spice it up for my family. I found that the best way to give anything a kick is with chipotle chillies. I made this two nights ago for my family and they LOVED what I did with the recipe. I was reluctant at first but now they want the recipe so they can try it! If want to give your own meatloaf recipe a little flare, here is my recipe for spicy chipotle meatloaf. Ingredients: 2 eggs…

Three-Cheese Spinach-Noodle Bake Recipe

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This recipe is so simple to prepare and is bursting with rich and hearty flavor that satisfies your cheesy cravings. It’s easy to make you can prepare it anytime you want and enjoy its cheesy goodness. Plus, the spinach makes it so much healthier and delicious! The Spinach Noodle Bake You’ll Surely Love Sometimes, all you need is a good cheesy pasta dish that’s easy to prepare. Make yourself a bake that’s unique and flavorful. This Three-Cheese Spinach Noodle Bake has a creative twist to it without being complicated. It bakes up quickly that you’ll have more time to toss a salad and set the table. It’s filled with all the veggie, and cheesy goodness so make sure to grab these ingredients and follow these…

Roasted Vegetable Galette

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I have wanted to try a vegetarian dish for some time now, but I couldn’t find one that I felt my whole would like. My husband and two kids only like certain veggies so finding a recipe with ones they like was difficult. Finally, I found something with at least three of the veggies then I substituted one of them with tomatoes. This dish worked out so nicely and tasted fantastic. My kids liked it, and my husband took it to work with him as leftovers, which is something he never does. This is a time-consuming recipe but still easy! Try it out for yourself! What You’ll Need: 1 small eggplant, cubed Salt 2 medium Roma tomatoes, cut into 1-inch pieces 2 small zucchini, cut…

Hard to Resist Lentil Soup

Lentil soup is great for the winter time.

Chicken noodle soup is the staple food to offer for those suffering from the flu, but growing up, my mother fed me lentil soup. It’s no secret that lentil soup is rich in nutrients as it’s packed with protein. However, I didn’t eat lentil soup for the purpose of getting healthy; I consumed it because it hit close to home. It was the comfort food of all comfort food for me! Now, my mom is not always around to give me this delicious treat when I’m sick, but I still make it from time to time. You can be sure that every bite is always a walk down memory lane. Have you ever had a similar connection with food? It’s an incredible feeling, right? Because…

Chicken Shawarma

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I have been wanting to expand my taste buds for a while! I started with experimenting with Italian, then started my way across different countries and cultures. After taking a European tour in my kitchen, I have decided to start a journey in the Middle East. A classic recipe that everyone enjoys in this culture of food is Chicken Shawarma. So I tested it out myself, and all I can say is SCORE. By far one of the best chicken dishes I have ever made and it is so simple as well! If you want to try an out of this world chicken recipe, check out below: Ingredients: 2 pounds boneless skinless chicken breasts Fresh cilantro (optional) Marinade: 1 garlic clove, minced 1 tablespoon ground…

Avocado Lime Hummus

This twist on the classic hummus recipe is magnificent, tasty, and super easy to make. I have done this recipe on numerous occasions. Sometimes I will bring it to a dinner party, make it for my dinner parties, or I’ll take it with me to work. Everyone loves it, and it has become favorite of mine. Unlike regular hummus, the avocado with the garbanzo beans becomes creamier and gives it a smoother texture. The spices with the lime juice add a little kick of heat that brings the hummus to life. It is the perfect dip for snacking on crackers, pita bread, or veggies. I think it pairs well with cucumbers, celery, or pita chips. Below, I left the recipe so you can whip yourself…

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Kabobs

Summertime is my favorite time of the year. Having outdoor parties with friends and family, barbecuing and excellent food is just how I like to spend my days off. Throughout this summer, I have wanted to explore my taste buds and try some new foods to bring to the yearly block party my neighborhood has. There are always people who bring hamburgers, hot dogs, and sausage. The variety has been limited to everyone’s favorites. I thought about chicken and how I could make it easy to make and eat, plus something that everyone would love. I came up with the idea of chicken kabobs with pineapple and red bell pepper, sweet with a little spice. It only took an hour to cook up a batch…

Vegetarian Baked Beans

Baked beans are nutritious and delicious.

In the past few years I have had many friends and family members convert to being vegetarians. Most of them did it to eat healthier for their diets and exercise routines. By doing this they had to give up some of their favorite foods, including bacon. In our home bacon was a staple in most of our cooking, so having to get rid of that and find alternatives was difficult. This recipe right here was our savior in getting a fixing for barbeque foods without all the meat. You can make them mild or spicy and use them for multiple dishes! What You’ll Need: 1 pound dried small white beans or navy beans Water for soaking beans 1 medium yellow onion, diced 1 medium green…

When Did Kosher Hotdog Start?

The inception of kosher hotdogs.

In the 1800s, the hot dog was born. Derived from the frankfurter, hot dogs made their debut in New York City’s Lower East Side. Because of Ellis Island, many German and Eastern European immigrants populated the city with their diverse food culture and introduced other immigrants to the food. Lower East Side was mainly populated with the Jewish community. These immigrants practiced the strict food laws of kosher. These rules are intended to ensure the foods that are eaten are fit and proper. For example, when the livestock is slaughtered, by Jewish law, they are not to be stunned prior to that. Then the meat from that animal gets salted, thoroughly rinsed, then trimmed of specific fats, and including all veins and arteries, a process…

Broccoli Rice Casserole

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Broccoli is one of the essential vegetables that I get at the supermarket. It’s actually become a weekly routine to buy them as I never keep my refrigerate without it! But sometimes, it serves as a comforting food that is left untouched. Why? Well, after a long week of managing my kosher restaurant in Las Vegas, I end up feeling really exhausted! I dislike it when I waste broccoli. Nonetheless, I salvage them when I have time! One of my favorite food to make is homemade broccoli rice casserole. Time-Saving Broccoli Rice Casserole When you don’t have enough time to cook up a delicious meal, you can bake it instead. There’s nothing better than cutting up all your ingredients and adding them to a dish…

Garlic Rubbed BBQ Brisket

A recipe of a garlic rubbed BBQ brisket.

Now, first things first. This recipe wasn’t just made overnight. No, there was more to it than just putting together spices. Actually, we’ve been working on this for a few years until we were ready to share it! We’ve made this numerous times that it’s down to the science. Should we add a hint of onion with it? No, it might overpower the taste and subtlety of the garlic. Add a splash of vinaigrette? Maybe. What about celery salt? Yes, please! See Also: Flavorful Beef and Barley Stew See Also: Roast Beef With Garlic and Rosemary How popular is this dish when it comes to our dinner table? Really popular! It got to the point where our relatives would bug us about the recipe. No,…

Cucumber Salad

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Apart from all the delicious meat that we serve at our kosher restaurant in Las Vegas, we like to go healthy when we’re at home. After all, there’s nothing like keeping your health in check, right? One of the most typical dishes we make is this particular kosher salad. With summer on the rise, it’s a great plate that hydrates the body and is quite refreshing as well. See Also: Black Bean Enchiladas Once, we served this kosher salad as an appetizer for a wedding party, and people loved it. Of course, it was one of those warm summer evenings where people enjoyed a delicious treat that was served fresh. We weren’t too sure about what people thought about it until the bride rang us…

Black Bean Enchiladas

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There’s something about Mexican food that we love. Maybe it’s the combination of smell that seems welcoming, or it’s the flavors that are packed with spices that drives us ga-ga for them. Whatever it is, we’re hooked. Occasionally, when we host dinner parties at home, we like to veer away from tapas to serve black bean enchiladas. It’s been one of those dishes that our guest go crazy over because we hardly serve them, and when we do– It’s hard NOT to devour them. Having said that, we decided to share this kosher recipe to you all because it’s healthy and they’re bursting with flavors. Many times, we’re complimented by how delicious they are alongside praises of fascination. Why is that? Normally, people we serve…

Flavorful Slow Cooked Beef and Barley Stew

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Soup is one of the best things to enjoy when you’re feeling sick, or you want a reason to feel right at home. There’s something magical about what soups can do to lighten the mood. This is why we’ve specially chosen a kosher soup that we’re sure for you to enjoy! Let’s begin this flavorful soup now! What You Will Need: 2 pounds of stew meat (cut into small chunks) 1 chopped onion 1 ¼ cup pearl barley 5 peeled and chopped carrots 8 ounce sliced mushrooms ½ cup of diced tomatoes 1 cup sliced potatoes 2 6-oz can tomato paste ⅓ cup of fresh parsley 4 cups of water 3 tbsp Worcestershire sauce 5 cloves of minced garlic Green onions (optional for garnish) Salt…

Tender Beef Carnitas

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There’s just something about a good ole carnitas to enjoy during the spring and summer season. Enjoy it with a refreshing drink and eat carnitas at the beach. It’s a delicious treat that is packed with so many flavors from a hint of salty, spicy to the texture of the tender meat. Top that along with delicious condiments like avocados, onions, tomatoes, and lime; You’re in for a treat. So we decided to take on the beef carnitas, but kosher style! What You’ll Need: 3 lbs Flank Steak 1 ½ seeded jalapeno (chopped) 1 green and red bell pepper (julienned) 1 yellow onion (diced) Spice Rub: 2 tsp cumin 3 tsp chili powder ½ tsp onion powder ½ tsp cayenne pepper ½ tsp garlic powder…

Roast Beef with Garlic and Rosemary

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Roast beef is a delicious kosher meal that will be sure to wow your guests. Use this recipe for family celebrations or just another dinner with friends. After all, what’s a year without eating up a deliciously cooked roast beef? So, get your cooking mojo ready and cook up a storm in the kitchen! See also: Rosemary Prime Rib See also: Delicious Roasted Ribs What you’ll need: 2 lbs beef ½ cup fresh rosemary ½ garlic (chopped) 8 tablespoon olive oil 4 cups of mushroom 1 cup of vegetable or beef stock Salt and pepper to taste Directions: Preheat the oven to about 360 degrees Fahrenheit. Add salt and pepper according to your desire. In a separate bowl, mix in fresh rosemary, garlic, and 4…

Rosemary Prime Rib

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Prime rib is truly a treat especially when it is prepared right. As it turns out, this dish isn’t as complicated to cook as it looks. This kosher recipe is fantastic and easy to make that your family and friends will start to ask for your secrets. But let’s not reveal that to them! Let’s start cooking up a storm in the kitchen! What you’ll need: 4 lbs prime rib (boneless) 1/3 chopped rosemary 2 tablespoon oregano ¼ cup oil 3 minced garlic cloves 4 tbsp kosher salt 2 tbsp black pepper Directions: Place the ribs in a large pan. Slice from slits on the meat. Using a small bowl, mix oregano, olive oil, rosemary, and garlic. Slather this mixture on the roast, and adding…

Super Easy Gyro Recipe for Everyone to Try

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Who doesn’t like a good gyro? They’re comforting to eat and they’re always deliciously seasoned! Gyro’s textures are tender to the bite and they are deliciously paired with pita bread to finish that good ole comfort food. We thought that we should cover one of these beloved dishes here by sharing with you a quick and easy gyro recipe! Ready? Let’s begin! SEE ALSO: Yummy Chicken Wraps What you’ll need:  1 lbs ground beef 1 lbs ground lamb 5 cloves grated garlic 1/3 cup grated onion 1 tbsp all spice powder 2 tsp salt 1 tsp pepper 1 tbsp vegetable oil Directions:  Using a large bowl, combine the ground beef, lamb, pepper, salt, onions, salt, and all spice powder together. Mix them all together until…

Mouth-Watering Kosher Chicken Piccata

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Chicken piccata is your go-to mouth-watering meal that leaves everyone in the dinner table asking for more. This is why we’ve come up with a delicious kosher recipe just for you! How did we come up with the idea? Well, when we were at a friend’s house, they served just that. Long story short, we never looked back! Shall we get started? What you’ll need: 3 skinless chicken breast 1 tsp kosher salt 1 tsp pepper All-purpose flour 1 cup chicken stock ½ cup lemon juice 7 tbsp butter 6 tbsp olive oil ⅓ cup fresh parsley ¼ rinsed capers Directions: Drizzle salt and pepper with the chicken breasts. Add all-purpose flour and shake excess. Use a large skillet for this next step. In a medium-high…

Hearty Blueberry Muffins

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Who doesn’t want a delicious blueberry muffin for breakfast? They’re hearty enough to fuel us through the morning, and they’re rightfully sweetened to heighten every day. Pair this with your morning Joe and you definitely have something to kick the everyday blues. Blueberry Muffins With a Kick To some, skipping breakfast is a cardinal sin which is why blueberry muffins come in handy when they have to get up and go. Whatever you have to do in the morning, grab a muffin for your morning commute. Seriously, there’s nothing like it in town. The best part is, you can make them right at the comfort of your home and prepped them throughout the week. Unlike the blueberry muffins you purchase at the grocery store, we…

Delicious Roasted Ribs

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Roasted ribs are a delicious treat specially at the family table. Who says that kosher food is boring? We completely disagree with this because there are so many ways to enjoy the joy of kosher without having to sacrifice any of its practices. To prove it, we’ve come up with this amazing ribs recipe! Let’s get cooking, shall we? What you’ll need:  1 rib roast (four beef at about 9-10 lbs) 1/4 flour 3 tbsp olive oil 3 tbsp ground pepper 3 tbsp salt Directions:  Make sure that the meat is thawed before cooking. Preheat your oven at about 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Slather the oil around the edges of the meat. In a separate bowl, combine pepper, salt, and flour and rub this combination on…

Super Easy Honey Cake

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You know what we love after a great dinner? Desserts! We think that a meal is not complete without munching on something deliciously sweet. This is why we’ve come up with a kosher dessert that we know everyone will enjoy! Deliciously-Made Honey Cake Who isn’t crazy about fulfilling their sweet tooth? If you ask us, honey and cake combined together is the ultimate touch of desserts. Take a bite into a soft baked-good with bold flavors of sweetness from the honey, and you’re in for a surprise. Of course, it’s okay to share. But if you decided to skip that part altogether, we can’t blame you. Sometimes, desserts are just not meant to be shared. Actually, this recipe was passed down to us from our…

A Classic Kosher Chicken Noodle Soup

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It was around the winter time when we served this dish to our guests at home. We didn’t know how else to put it, but it was an absolute hit. It was a cold winter night here in Las Vegas, and we figured that we should serve something warm for our guests. After all, what’s a good chicken noodle soup around the fireplace, right? Nevertheless, after that night, friends have been bugging us share the recipe. We’ve always been generous with our kosher recipes here at Anise because we are all about sharing good food at the dinner table. So, without hesitation, we went back to the kitchen to perfect the recipe. With a dash of salt and the right amount of chicken stock, we…

Baked Salmon with Lemon

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Back then, we weren’t sure what to do when we had salmon. It’s an interesting ingredient with so much potential. Still, when cooking it, one must be very careful to not mess up! You see, cooking baked salmon can go down to the science. When you cook it too long it can taste rubbery. But when it’s undercooked, you risk getting food poisoning. To some people, cooking kosher food can be intimidating for various of reasons. What if they prepared it incorrectly? What if they mixed meat and dairy by accident but did not realize it? Or how about cooking fish in general? What if they under-cook it? What if it is overcooked? Or worst, what if it ends up being fishy? Fear not! We’ve come to the…

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

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Sweet potatoes are so nutritious that they’re a perfect alternative to regular fries. Its taste is actually not your typical French fries from fast food restaurants as they are different in texture. They also live truly to their name which is sweet in the taste buds. We think this is the perfect kosher snack to satisfy any cravings! Sweet potato fries are so delicious when you prepare them right. So let’s get started! What You’ll Need: 4 medium sweet potatoes 2 tbs olive oil 1 tsp salt 1 tsp pepper Directions:  Preheat the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Peel the sweet potatoes. Using a knife, cut the potatoes in an elongated manner. In a bowl, mix the fries with salt and pepper so that their…

The Kosher Food Breakdown

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We all know that when you hear kosher food, you’re probably thinking, ‘what is that?!’ Then you start to wonder how on Earth anyone can following something so religiously, that you might think that it’s a pretty difficult task to do. Fear not, we’ve broken down a few kosher basics for you so that you can understand what it is! Kosher is actually divided in meat, pareve, and dairy. Kashrut is the basic principle of it which is the separation of both meat and dairy. This means that kosher food should not be consumed or cooked with dairy and meat together. In many cases, the separation of utensils, and preparation areas for such categories are assigned to maintain its partition. On the other hand, pareve…

Yummy Chicken Wraps

Kosher Chicken Wraps

Kosher food sounds complicated to make when you’re not familiar with the practice. Truth be told, it’s actually quite easy! No, we’re not just saying that because we’re a restaurant! At home we are the cooks of our family, and we understand that coming up with dinner plans (let alone kosher) can be headache! So, we’ve come up with a few more recipes here to make your dinner plans a lot more easier! Let’s get started! What you’ll need: 3 cups rotisserie chicken ¾ drained black beans 1 cup yellow corn ½ finely chopped red onion ⅓ chopped cilantro leaves ⅓ cup bbq sauce 1 tablespoon mayo 3 tablespoon sour cream salt (to taste) pepper (to taste) Tortilla wraps 1 head of lettuce 3 sliced tomatoes Directions: -Toss…

How to Live a Healthy Kosher Life

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To some people, living a life that is kosher can be difficult as many people in the United States don’t exactly know what it is. That being said, there are not a lot of restaurants or supermarkets that caters to kosher. So, eating out can be dwindled down to a small amount of restaurants. Because of this, many opt to staying at home and cooking their own food instead. While eating at home is actually a healthier alternative than eating out, there are still some times when people catch themselves consuming unhealthy food simply because junk food is the easiest one to grab out of the pantry. There are a few tips to eating a healthy while staying kosher. The following are just some insights:…

Roasted Garlic Hummus

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Who doesn’t like a good hummus? You can use it as a dip for your vegetable chips, it can be a sandwich spread, or an addition to a really delicious salad. So when we were asked to make a Roasted Garlic Hummus for the blog, we couldn’t say no! The Roasted Garlic Hummus That’s Hard to Resist Did you know you can make a hummus from just about anything? Some have made them from edamame while others use cauliflower. When you want to go traditional, choose chickpeas. These delicious beans are originally cultivated in the Middle East and Mediterranean with lots of culinary influences from all over the world. Along with their yummy taste comes a tremendous health benefit such as promoting bone health, preventing…

What is Kosher?

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There are many people who are interested in eating kosher food, but are not quite sure what it is. The idea of culture is striking to them, with some general idea of what it is. So, we decided to share some of these information with you to help you on your way! What is kosher? These are food that is allow to be eaten under the Jewish dietary law. It has restrictions like what type of animals could or could not be eaten, a process in which the meat is to be slaughtered, and a separation of milk and meat. General dietary laws for kosher: Poultry such as turkey, chicken, geese, and quail is okay whereas it is forbidden to eat vulture, hawk or eagle….

Kosher Matzah Ball Soup

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Matzah ball soup is one of those great food that you eat you want something comforting. Enjoy it in the winter time or serve it as an appetizer. Either way, it hits the spot in ways that will leave everyone wanting for more. This is a delicious kosher food that is sure to hit the spot when you’re looking for something warm. Now that fall is starting to kick in, you’ll be sure to want this soup! So, head over to your kitchen and get cooking! What you’ll need: 9 cups water ¼ cup olive oil 5 sliced carrots 7 mashed garlic 10 ounce sliced mushroom 4 sliced celery 2 tsp grated ginger 2 ½ chopped onions 1 ½ tsp basil 1 ½ kosher salt…

Kosher Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Kosher Pumpkin Soup

Kosher pumpkin soup is such a satisfying treat to have specially in the fall season when it is everywhere. This delicious soup is a great base for dipping grilled sandwiches or served plainly with croutons! So let’s get started! What You’ll Need: 2 pounds cubed pumpkin 2 cups of chicken stock ⅓ nondairy creamer 2 ¼ cups large onion 3 tbs oil 1 1/2 cups water 1 tsp pepper 1 tsp salt In a saucepan, toss the onion until they are caramelized. After that, add the pumpkin and water together. Once the pot is boiling, cover your saucepan with a lid, and lower the heat until it simmers for about 40 minutes. Let it cool. Once, it is safe, pour everything in a blender to…

Kosher Chicken Cacciatore

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Do you want to create a delicious and mouthwatering kosher dish that is sure to please your crowd, without having to dedicate a colossal amount of time and effort? If so, this delightful Chicken Cacciatore recipe is just what you’ve been looking for. With the addition of a simple salad or sidedish, you have prepared a wonderful low carb and low fat meal. INGREDIENTS: – 1 tablespoon olive oil. – 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts, sliced into strips. – 1 red pepper & 1 green pepper. Both halved, seeded, and sliced. – 1 medium onion, peeled and sliced. – 1 pound fresh mushrooms, sliced. – 2 medium tomatoes, diced. – 3 cloves of garlic, peeled and minced. – 2 teaspoons of tomato paste. –…

5 Kosher Reasons to Love Olives

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“Olive oil is more than something to drizzle over a dish, it s a necessary ingredient at every meal” Health benefits. Olive oil is rich in vitamin E, which is a powerful antioxidant that helps to prevent damage to your cells from free radicals. Olives contain special phytochemicals that have anti-inflammatory properties that have been linked to cancer prevention. Also, the monounsaturated fat in olives helps reduce “bad” LDL cholesterol levels and the risk of heart disease. To top it off – olives are a good source of fiber and iron. Versatility. Olives can be enjoyed as a tasty appetizer or snack, particularly when they are paired with cheese and/or bread. But that’s just the beginning. They can also be added to a wide range…

Stuffed Cabbage

Kosher Stuffed Cabbage

Stuffed cabbage, also called Cholopchkes, is a Simchat Torah classic. Ingredients: 2 lbs. ground beef 1 1/2 cups uncooked rice 4 tbsp. water 2 onions 2 tbsp. olive oil 1 tsp. kosher salt 1 head cabbage 2 15-oz. cans tomato sauce 2 15-oz. cans jellied cranberry sauce 1 lemon 1 tbsp. salt Water   Directions: Place cabbage in a pot, cover with water and bring to a boil. Remove the cabbage and allow to cool. Sauté the onion in 2 tbsp. olive oil and 1 tsp. salt. Mix it with the ground meat and rice. Mix the water into the meat and rice. Lay out each leaf. Place 2 tbsp. of meat at the base, and roll up according to the collage above. Wedge all…

Chicken with Apples and Fennel

Kosher Chicken Recipe with Apples and Fennel

INGREDIENTS: · 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon · 1 teaspoon mustard powder · 1 teaspoon fresh thyme leaves · 1 tablespoon kosher salt · 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper · 1 (4-pound) chicken, cut into eighths · 1 tablespoon olive oil · 1 medium onion, in 1/4-inch slices · 1 cup fennel, in 1/4-inch slices · 2 tart apples, unpeeled, cored and in 1/4-inch slices · 1 cup Manischewitz Reduced Sodium All Natural Chicken Broth PREPARATION: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a small bowl, combine the cinnamon, mustard, thyme, salt, and pepper. Rub over the chicken. Heat oil, over high heat, in an ovenproof saute pan that is large enough to fit all the chicken in one layer without crowding the pan. If…

Delicious Ingredients are The Backbone Of The Mediterranean

Why has Mediterranean food become so popular in Las Vegas? Perhaps it is the chicken shawarma when it’s served 100% percent authentic, or the rich, creamy hummus which is a bona fide representation of the homeland, or maybe it is the cross cultural mix of Spanish-Moroccan tapas that extends the Mediterranean cuisine and offers an innovative twist to attract food lovers who may not be familiar with the Mediterranean palate. Anise Tapas & Grill honors tradition with staples from the homeland such as shawarma, falafel balls, freshly made hummus and an array of fine meat entrees. Skew Shawarma – complete with a giant cone of meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie, offers a savory shawarma along with hummus, tahini, pickled cabbage and fresh accompaniments. To…

Gluten-Free Rice Tabbouleh

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Accompanied with sweet lettuce leaves – this herby citrusy salad is a perfect way to embrace the summer months. Tabbouleh is the quintessential Middle Eastern salad of parsley and burgul dressed brightly with lemon and olive oil. Perfect for summer since it is fresh, light, green and fragrant with herbs, and yet, satisfying because of the bulgur. Paired with grilled fish, chicken, or hummus, it is the perfect side dish for a simple, healthy, but filling meal. Instead of bulgur, this recipe calls for rice, which may be a revelation to tabbouleh lovers. This versions is tangy, equally as fresh, and a little lighter on the stomach than the bulgar-based tabbouleh. Tabbouleh is quite simple and traditionally prepared with parsley, bulgur, cucumber, and sometimes a…

Building the perfect Mediterranean party platter

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If you’re passionate about Mediterranean food the way we are, you will love these tips for the perfect Mediterranean party platter. The secret to stress- free entertaining begins with a variety of tapas & appetizers that are healthy, unpretentious and suitable as a meal or an appetizer. A heaping platter of Mediterranean favorites will create a warm, relaxing atmosphere that will delight and satisfy all of your guests. A true Mediterranean party platter includes plenty of fresh vegetables. A Mediterranean salad like tabouli is the perfect dish to serve for summer entertaining. Keep things simple with Campari tomatoes and Persian cucumbers. For warm appetizers, selected perfectly golden roasted eggplant slices, sprinkled with a touch of sumac, roasted asparagus and bell peppers. A Mediterranean themed event…

Sesame and Pistachio Chicken Schnitzel with Turkish Salad

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INGREDIENTS: sesame seed 2 tablespoon sumac 3 teaspoons (optional) pistachios 1/2 cup, finely chopped salt 1 teaspoon chicken breast 4 boneless and skinless oil 2-3 tablespoons   Turkish salad telegraph cucumber 1, diced cherry tomatoes 1 punnet, halved red onion 1/2, thinly sliced avocado 1 firm ripe, sliced mint leaves 1/2 cup sliced lemons juice of 1 1/2   To serve hummus 1 cup   Directions Preheat oven to 355 Fahrenheit Mix sesame seeds, sumac (if using), pistachio nuts and salt together. Slice chicken breasts in half horizontally to make thin schnitzel pieces (to do this, lay a chicken breast on a chopping board and place one hand flat on top to hold it steady while you cut through with the knife in your other…

Greek Braised Chicken Thighs

Greek Braised Chicken Thighs

Ingredients: 8 bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 medium yellow onions, sliced 8 garlic cloves, chopped 2 tablespoons chopped fresh oregano leaves ½ cup dry white wine Juice of ½ of one lemon ½ cup pitted Greek olives Lemon slices for garnish (optional) Instructions Pat the chicken pieces dry and season both sides with salt and pepper. Heat the oil over medium-high heat in a Dutch oven or other heavy-bottomed pot. Working in batches, place four of the chicken thighs in the pan, skin-side down, and fry for 3-4 minutes or until the chicken is browned and releases from the bottom of the pot. Turn the chicken and brown the other side for 3-4 minutes. Remove from the pot and set aside….

Mediterranean Beef Salad

Mediterranean Beef Salad

Ingredients: capers 1 tablespoon, rinsed cherry tomatoes 1/2 punnet halved kalamata olives 1/4 cup red onion 1/4 small, finely sliced red wine vinegar 1 tsp extra-virgin olive oil 1 tsp basil leaves 1/4 cup rocket leaves 1 handful lemon zest of 1 Herb Potatoes: Baby potatoes 400g scrubbed and cut to an even size. Fresh mixed herbs (e.g. parsley, chives, dill, thyme leave ⅓ roughly chopped. Beef Eye Fillet 350 g (in one whole piece at room temperature) Directions Heat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit and line an oven tray with baking paper. Heat a grill pan or BBQ over medium-high heat. Combine the capers, tomatoes, red onion and olives with the red wine vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil. Set aside to marinate. Toss potatoes with…