Pumpkin Bisque

Print Pumpkin Bisque Great recipe from Kosher By Design, Short on Time Ingredients 1 table spoon of olive oil 2 cloves of fresh garlic coarsely chopped or 2 teaspoons of garlic powder 6 cups of chicken or vegetable stock 2 oz cans of pure pumpkin 15, NOT pumpkin pie filling…

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How to Cut a Melon

Ingredients: Melon Directions: Cut melon in half. Scoop out seeds. Take half of melon and cut into 3-4 moon slices (depending on the size of melon) Do the same with the other side At this point you can serve the melon as an appetizer or dessert. If you would like…

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Italian Chicken

Ingredients: Chicken Italian Dressing of your choice Cherry or grape tomatoes, sliced in half Yellow squash, cubed or sliced Green squash, cubed or sliced Directions: Clean chicken – I remove the skin Place chicken in pan Place vegetables on top and around chicken Pour dressing on top Cook uncovered in…

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Roast Chicken

black roaster

This recipe works best in a big black roaster like this one: It might sound silly, but if you use a regular tin or any other type of pan, it just won’t be the same. Print Roast Chicken I often prepare everything in the roaster the night before and cook…

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Zucchini Kugel (2 steps)

When I first started using Facebook, all I did was follow my friends.  I was so surprised when I saw a group dedicated to Kosher recipes.  It was just about the time I got married, so I checked it out. Most of the recipes that were posted were way more…

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Balsamic Chicken with Spinach

This recipe is not only easy but looks beautiful just as a home cooked gourmet meal should.  This recipe was a Food Network by Ellie Kreiger on her segment called Healthy Appetite.  Watch how she makes this dish here. Print Balsamic Chicken with Spinach Ingredients 2 cloves of garlic chopped…

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How to Make Hard Boiled Eggs

Ingredients: Eggs (I think Halachically you need to do at least 3)Water Directions: Places eggs in a pot large enough to hold them in a single layer (the more you do the bigger the pot) Add cold water to cover the eggs by an inch (so they float) Heat over…

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