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…

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:…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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:…

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…

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…

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…