Some Like it Hot

Learn from my mistakes.  Read the label.  If it is in a red container and is on the top shelf, it doesn’t mean you always use it. Here’s what happened:  I was preparing my roasted potatoes for Shabbos and remembered that DH had previously put paprika on his potatoes to…

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Broccoli Kugel

This recipe is my “go to” when I don’t have much time to prepare for Shabbos. It’s simple, quick and tastes great.  I usually double it and stick one in the freezer. Print Broccoli Kugel Ingredients 20 oz . frozen chopped broccoli cooked and drained 3 eggs 3 tablespoons mayonnaise…

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Tuna / Salmon Croquettes

Print Tuna / Salmon Croquettes Ingredients 2 cans of salmon/tuna fish drained 2/3 cups of unsalted matzo meal ¼ cup of mayonnaise 4 large eggs ½ teaspoon of garlic powder ½ teaspoon onion powder ½ teaspoon of dried minced onion ½ teaspoon of fine sea salt 2 tablespoons of oil…

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Easy Lazy Meatballs

This is my never-fail meatball recipe. I’ve tried it with ground beef, turkey and chicken and all tasted really good! Print Easy Lazy Meatballs from kosherfood.about.com Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 45 minutes Total Time 55 minutes Ingredients 2 pounds of lean ground beef turkey or chicken ½ cup…

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Beef and Broccoli

[recipe title=”Beef and Broccoli” difficulty=”easy”] [recipe-ingredients] 2 tablespoons of oil divided 1 onion chopped 1 package of frozen broccoli florets 1 can of water chestnuts 1 lb. boneless meat – cut in strips 5 cloves of garlic, finely chopped ½ cup of soy sauce 2 tablespoons of brown sugar 1…

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Gefilte Fish

Print Gefilte Fish Tip: Don’t make this late Friday afternoon – unless you have more then 4 hours to cool, otherwise it won’t be ready for Shabbos. Ingredients 1 loaf of frozen gefilte fish 2 carrots or a handful of baby carrots 1 onion Salt and Pepper Instructions Boil a…

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