#IsoShabbat - March, 2020
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Having guests at our Shabbat dinner is really our favorite thing, but this week will be quiet, peaceful, simple, and homey. The food is all good, simplistic comfort foods that I (hopefully) have in stock at home. Will get the kids to pitch in wherever possible, for sure in the challah dept.
Shabbat shalom!!!!! Stay healthy and safe.
Mt. Tabor Shiraz Wine
Fresh traditional challah
Your favorite recipe! I use many... I still can't find the perfect one to make my own :)
Moroccan Salad Cuite
In a large frying pan or pot, combine 1 diced onion, 1 diced pepper, minced 4 garlic cloves, 5 large beefsteak tomatoes (or approx 8-10 roma tomatoes) diced.
Add 2-3 tbsp of oil, 1 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp pepper, a tiny sprinkle of cayenne pepper and let it cook out for a total of about 2 hours, until all the juices evaporate and its beginning to burn. Stir it often.
Take leftover pizza or challah dough. Press into small circles, punch holes to keep flat. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes.
Top with a spoon of above salad cuite or any jarred tomato sauce, flake canned tuna on it and top with olives or capers.
Whatever is left in the fridge salad and good dressing
2 shallots (or red onion)
1/2 cup oil
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
1 tbsp date syrup or agave
1 tsp salt , sprinkle of pepper
Fresh herbs- optional.
Canned corn salad
canned corn, red onion, hearts of palm, pepper, chick peas.
Dress with a large spoon of mayo and salt🙂 + fresh herbs if you have, or with above dressing.
Puff pastry + mashed potatoes
Puff pastry + fried mushrooms and onions
Matzah ball soup
Super comfort food!
Spice with salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, paprika.
Then I found a date beer in the fridge, and poured about 1 cup over it all. Covered with foil, and cooked at 350 degrees for 3 hours.
Wow the smell was beyondddd.
Roast with oil, salt ,pepper, garlic and nutritional yeast. Set oven to 425 and roast until edges begin to crisp- about 25 min.
Crockpot chocolate cake