For your Shabbat meals look here for recipes: fill your kitchen with the smells of roast chicken and homemade challah. And don't forget dessert!
Here chicken is roasted with a fig and pistachio couscous stuffing and basted with a spicy lemon marinade to keep the meat deliciously moist. A leafy salad with fresh oranges would make a great side dish.
Your basic roast chicken, cooked at high temperature at first then lower so the bird remains nice and flavourful. Good spice blend with a bit of heat.
This brisket is perfect, delicious and easily kosher for Passover. Serve with mashed potatoes, potato latkes or roasted vegetables.
These simple meringues are so easy to make and so delicious for a treat during Passover or any time of year. You can also serve with whipped cream and fresh fruit.
These pareve gingernuts are seasoned with fresh ginger, allspice, cinnamon and nutmeg. They use no butter or dairy, so you can eat them with anything.
This soup will cure what ails you. Made with a whole chicken, this soup is simmered for 3 hours and will make you feel better when you're sick. Jewish penicillin.
By cooking this roast chicken in the slow cooker with lemon, garlic, stock, potatoes and oregano, you ensure that it will be tender, flavourful and won't dry out.
Excellent, slightly lemony roast chicken and vegetables with all the taste but healthier! Flavoured with rosemary, thyme and garlic.
This Jewish beef and bean stew, called cholent, is made ahead in the slow cooker so that it can be eaten on the Sabbath when cooking is forbidden.
Slow cooked over night, this chicken soup is delightful. Chicken, celery, onion, garlic and carrots, this soup is amazing. You can even add matzo balls if you like.