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Melt in Your Mouth Minute Steak Roast for the Holidays

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Melt in Your Mouth Minute Steak Roast for the Holidays

3 Comments 10 September 2014

When making our Passover, Sukkot, Rosh Hashanah menus etc., its easy to get overwhelmed by the thousands of kosher recipes on many other sites. Here at The Jewish Hostess, I really try to sort through all of the wonderful kosher Jewish holiday recipes out there, and I try to publish the ones that I would make for my own Jewish holiday and  Passover dinners. This minute steak recipe is delicious and takes about 15 minutes to prepare. Its a no brainer. Thanks Elyse Lincer for sending it in!
:Hi Marlene,
Just prepared this minute steak roast for passover. I got it from Passover by Design by Susie Fishbein.
I made it yesterday before shabbat and it looked so good I had to sneak a piece!!  Was delish and very easy.. And freezes well too!”
Elyse Lincer
Ingredients for this kosher recipe:
  • 1 minute steak roast sliced and deveined by your kosher butcher into 2 pieces.
  • 1 c barbeque sauce
  • 1 c   ketchup
  • 6 tbsp brown sugar
  • 2 large onions, sliced into rings
  • 10 cloves of garlic, chopped in food processor.

Directions:

  1. Saute onion and garlic in a little oil.
  2. Mix together sauces and sugar  in a separate bowl.
  3. Place meat in a roaster
  4. Add onion, garlic and sauce on top of roast.
  5. Bake at 350 for an hour.
  6. When cool, slice and freeze on top of kosher for Passover parchment paper (parchment can have flour sprinkled on it) lined in a tin.
  7. If serving fresh, slice thin and reheat at 350 degrees for another half hour.

 

 

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Terri’s Lamb Shanks for Passover

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Terri’s Lamb Shanks for Passover

3 Comments 28 March 2014

Every time I get a gourmet recipe from Terri,I know it’s a good one. Every single woman in her family is either a gourmet kosher cook, a talented photographer, an entrepeneur, a professional baker, and the list goes on… thanks Terri !

To all my Jewish Hostesses- keep sending recipes and a little something about yourself to me! marlene@thejewishhostess.com.

“Hi Marlene,

My cousin gave me this delicious recipe for kosher lamb shanks, my kids were licking their fingers.

If you like lamb they will love this easy recipe.
I bought 6  lamb shanks for my family, a little too much but we had leftovers the next day.

Its a great passover recipe!

  • 6 lamb shanks
  • 3 crushed garlic
  • A little  olive oil,
  • kosher salt,
  • pepper
  • paprika
  • 2-3  sliced onions

Covered 2-3 hours at 350 degrees.

How Easy? Enjoy!

Love, Terri ”

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A Chic Parisian Rosh Hashanah by Raquel Habert

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A Chic Parisian Rosh Hashanah by Raquel Habert

2 Comments 19 April 2013

Rosh Hashanah flashback-2011!
Raquel Habert is a very busy woman. Besides finding the time to cater everybody else’s Rosh Hashanah holiday table, she also found time to create a fabulous Parisian lunch for her entire family. This lunch is a perfect inspiration for SUKKOT, so keep these pics on your desktop and wait for your stomach to start rumbling!!! Call Raquel to cater your next party! Enjoy! Marlene

Hi Marlene,

Inspired from my trip to Paris last year – I wanted to serve all the food in individual portions Not being able to  find the right table cloth, so I went to the fabric store and bought a black leather cloth and made a runner from that black and white fabric. I happen to love inspiring messages, so each Eiffel tower place card holder  had a word printed on it – happiness, gratitude, honor, love grace etc … and each card also the guest’s name on it.

I found butterflies at Kitchen Caboodles and placed them on my napkins.
Mirrors were used as chargers.
I set up the food in the kitchen on display boxes with mirrors And I also bought lamp posts online to create the Paris street setting.
I also got the individual ramekins from kitchen caboodles and the martini glasses and large glasses for salads.

I’ll send over the pics now !
Raquel Habert
(917)536-2122


carmelized onion goat cheese tarts with fresh figs and truffle oil

 mac and cheese logs

fried eggplant squares topped with sautéed spinach and piece of grilled salmon on top

string bean salad

 

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Claudia’s Gorgeous Passover Tablesetting

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Claudia’s Gorgeous Passover Tablesetting

1 Comment 10 March 2013

Claudia Bildiricci, our very own Martha Stewart, deserves a academy awards for her creative genius for her Passover Seder table decor.

Mini picture frame place cards, a quail’s egg, gold chargers atop a a damask backdrop and an orchid are just some of the  table top details that make this night different from any other! Great job, Claudia!


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How to Check The Simanim for Insects

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How to Check The Simanim for Insects

No Comments 24 August 2012

 

 

by : Linda Dayan

Most of us are familiar with the minhag (custom) of eating the different fruits and vegetables (simanim/signs) on Rosh HaShana, which are meant to represent what kind of year we really desire. For example: we dip the apple in the honey to symbolize a sweet year. There is the old joke of a Jew who put raisins on a stalk of celery… he was hoping that H-Shem would bless him with a “raise in salary…”

Yes, it is important for us to keep our minhagim, but would it be right to do something that is not permitted from the Torah – so we can eat that symbolic date or leek?

(The following info is reprinted from

The Torah prohibits us from  eating worms or any other bug. As Jewish women its our responsibility to make sure our family doesn’t ingest those miniscule critters, so therefore, as a service to our readers, we are providing information on how to check some of the simanim which we will serve on our tables in few days. Wishing you a Happy, Healthy and Kosher Year!

Given the strict Torah prohibitions against eating insects – there are five Torah commandments against eating crawling insects and six against consuming flying insects – and the tendency of bugs to find fruits and vegetables as much a part of their lifestyle as people do, it has become extremely important to check veggies and fruits for insect infestation to be certain they are kosher.

As with any agricultural product, dried fruits are subject to insect infestation concerns. The consumer should look carefully at the fruit for signs of damage, webbing, or other indicators of insect presence. Certain fruits – notably whole dried figs and dates – sometimes harbor insects in their cavities and it is advisable to split these open and scan for insects prior to eating.

Leek (Carti):

Leek must be cut at the bottom, in the area of the root, and then sliced the length of the green, separating each layer. Each layer should be held under a strong stream of running water while rubbing with one’s fingers. Alternatively, one may soak in soapy water for 2-3 minutes and rinse well.

Dry Dates (Tamar Yasvesh):

One cuts open the date lengthwise, removes the pit, and holds the date against a light source, like a window or lamp and inspects it from both sides, looking for a dark insect. A dry date may exhibit white clusters, formed from sugar and these are not bug related and not problematic.

Swiss Chard:

IN ISRAEL:

When grown regularly, the leaves are simply infested. Small worms are imbedded deep in the leaves and they are not removed by washing the leaves. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that one only use the bug-free type leaves, of course only those with a reliable hechsher (kashrut supervision). They too should be washed, in soapy water and then thoroughly rinsed.

When not using the bug-free:

Soak in cold water; add several drops of concentrated non-scented liquid detergent or vegetable wash; agitate leaves in water to wash their surface; use a heavy stream of water to remove all foreign matter and soap from surface of the leaf; check leaves under direct light.

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Pistachio Stuffed Dates for Rosh Hashanah

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Pistachio Stuffed Dates for Rosh Hashanah

No Comments 20 August 2012

recipe and photo provided courtesy of elanaspantry.com 

Use this yummy healthy and gluten free recipe as a symbolic Rosh Hashanah dessert, but more importantly, you can also use it on the dinner table as one of the simanim. On Rosh Hashanah we eat dates because it sounds like  the word “sheyitamu,” “that they be consumed.” Hence, we repeat the blessing”may… our enemies be consumed.”

Display these pretty dates on a dish that is on a pedestal, and if you are having a lot of company, buy two or three pedestal dishes and spread them along the table so that they are within reach.

Dates Stuffed with Pistachios:

  • 1 cup pistachio nuts, shelled
  • ¼ cup orange juice, freshly squeezed
  • 1 teaspoon orange zest
  • 1 pinch celtic sea salt
  • 20 large dates
  1.  In a food processor, pulse pistachios, orange juice, orange zest and salt
  2. With a sharp knife, make a slit on one side of each date and remove the pit. (Make sure you check the dates for worms and yucky crawly bugs.)
  3. Push a teaspoon of pistachio paste into each date; gently squeeze closed so that filling spills over
  4. Serve
Makes 20 stuffed dates

 

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Passover Holiday Lunch Table Decor by Elena Kassin

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Passover Holiday Lunch Table Decor by Elena Kassin

No Comments 10 April 2012

 

I’m loving Elena’s classic metallic silver and white tablescape from Passover 2012.

A gorgeous backdrop for a delicious lunch. GREAT job, Elena!! Marlene  

p.s. Especially loving the Kim Seybert’s Tile  napkin ring on sale till 3/10/13 at Bloomingdales! Click to order now~

 

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Grandma’s Chewy Passover Date Nut Bars

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Grandma’s Chewy Passover Date Nut Bars

5 Comments 04 March 2012

My mother in law is the perfect source for a Passover recipe, as she is really the hostess with the mostess. She actually wrote up this recipe for all of my Jewish Hostesses so please let her know if you like it! (comment below!)

By the way, I’ve been reading that dates are very healthy for pregnant women, as they are very healthy for a fetus’s brain development. Please get more info HERE.

Please send in your delicious Passover recipes and Passover menu ideas to:

marlene (at) thejewishhostess.com.

Passover Ingredients for Chewy Date Nut Bars:

  • 1 cup of chopped nuts
  • 3/4 cup matzo meal
  • 1/3 cup of sugar
  • 1/2 cup of margarine (if you would like to substitute the margarine- click and read this article)
  • 1 cup of pitted dates
  • 1/4 cup orange juice
  • 2 tsp grated orange rind
  1. Beat nuts with matzo meal, sugar, and margarine until crumbly and moist reserving 1/4 cup of mixture.
  2. Firmly put remainder into bottom of 9″ square pan making a solid base.
  3. Chop dates, beat with orange juice and orange peel until spreadable.
  4. Spread carefully over base.
  5. Sprinkle with reserved topping.
  6. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
  7. Cool. Cut into squares.
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10 Jewish Women Bloggers and Kosher Recipe Blogs That You Should Follow:

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10 Jewish Women Bloggers and Kosher Recipe Blogs That You Should Follow:

4 Comments 17 December 2011

 

 

 

Subscribe Now: and win a chance for a free copy of “Dare to be Different!” The fabulous NEW COOKBOOK by ROBIN JEMAL!!!

 

Dear Hostesses,

Check out these  fabulous Jewish Blogging women who work very hard to bring us Jewish holiday highlights, decor and kosher recipes from all over the world. Here’s a roundup of some of them!

1- The Jewish Hostess- The Jewish Hostess is a place for all Jewish Women to be inspired by one another. My special love is displaying gorgeous pictures of Jewish Holiday Table Settings and parties  that women send me from all over the world.  Of course, gourmet kosher recipes are also a huge part of our  holiday meals and you can find tons of ideas for holiday and weeknight menus on The Jewish Hostess, many with a Sephardic and middle eastern flair!

 

2- Learn how to make garlic knots out of challah dough! Great to use these soft  challah knots for sandwiches on Shabbat!

Click on the video below from the famous kosher cook Jamie Geller from Joy of Kosher.

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3-Kosher Shopaholic- Friday night chicken soup recipe and dreidel shaped noodles! YUM!

On Kosher Shopaholic you will also find regular sales and deals, coupons, money savings tips, and reviews of products that interest the Jewish consumer.

 

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4- For more great holiday deals,  coupon, freebie, or money-saving
idea,
visit my Yeshivah of Flatbush elementary school classmate, Susan Ehrenfeld Sharf over at Daily Cheapskate. She scouts the web for deals like this Barnes and Nobles 30% discount ! Who doesn’t love a good deal???

 

 

 


Print your coupon for 30% off one item, in-store, at Barnes and Noble.  Good until 12/24/11.

And don’t forget about the $10 off $20 coupon for toys and games at Barnes and Noble.

5- Check out Esti Berkowitz’s blog at Prime Time Parenting for the latest deals on gourmet kosher products and products for  growing Jewish families. Esti has been connected with brands and bloggers from around the world since 2008!

6- Get some GREAT kosher recipes from The Kosher Blogger Margo Sugarman who lives in Israel. Try her lowfat, low carb latkes all year round!

 7-I’ve got to try to make this EDIBLE MENORAH! HOW PEFECT IS THIS HANUKKA IDEA ??

From my friends at COOK KOSHER.com

8- Check out this crafty no-mess DIY post by Creative Jewish Mom over in Israel. Your kids can learn how to make their own crayon resist

Hanukkah wrapping paper! Gorgeous and so personal!

Crayon resist gift packaging+tags

9- Learn how to make Skirt Steak Diablo with Zahava from Kosher Camembert.  Zahava has been featured in Saveur, PhotoGrazing, Food Gawker, and Tastespotting.

 

11-WAIT!!  I have five more great blogs!! Busy in Brooklyn should keep you clicking!.  Check out this Hanukkah snow globe!

12- Please visit  The Kosher Foodies.  You will love their healthy recipe for Lentil and Brown Rice Burgers!!!!!!

 

13- Fashion- Isha has the chicest picks of fashion and style for every Jewish woman. Enjoy!!!!

 

 

 

14- Koshereye has all the latest info on all of the top kosher products on the market. Check them out!

Subscribe Now: and win a chance for a free copy of “Dare to be Different!” The fabulous NEW COOKBOOK by ROBIN JEMAL!!!


 

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Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breasts

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Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breasts

3 Comments 17 November 2011

This kosher chicken recipe was originated by my summertime neighbor Amy H. Once you make this weeknight chicken recipe it will quickly become a family favorite.  I omitted the mushrooms that were originally in this great kosher chicken recipe so that even my little one will like it. Buy the Magen David Yeshivah Chef At Home cookbook so you can easily have the how-to  at your fingertips. Contact Yvonne for your copy.

Hurry cause supplies are limited!!

Kosher Recipe Ingredients

    • 2 or 3 onions, chopped
    • olive oil
    • 1 box mushrooms (optional)
    • 4 packages frozen chopped spinach with water squeezed out
    • cornflake crumbs
    • garlic powder
    • onion powder
    • paprika
    • salt and pepper
    • 2-3 packs of chicken cutlets sliced “butterfly” style
    • mayonnaise
    • parsley as a garnish

Directions

Kosher Recipe for Chicken, Directions : 
  1. Saute onions in olive oil, add optional mushrooms till dry, add spinach, salt and pepper.
  2. Separately mix cornflake crumbs, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, pepper.
  3. Stuff each chicken slit with spinach mixture. The chicken closes itself- does not need to be sealed or tied shut.
  4. Coat each cutlet with mayo and dip in cornflake mixture.
  5. Place cutlets in roaster or on a parchment lined baking tray and drizzle with olive oil.
  6. Bake uncovered for 35 minutes. Do not overbake.
  7. When cutlets are slightly cooled, slice in into 3 or 4 pieces. Garnish with parsley.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gladys’s Healthy “Baked Ziti”

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Gladys’s Healthy “Baked Ziti”

3 Comments 20 September 2011

Back by popular demand- Gladys’s healthy baked ziti! Great idea for a Rosh Hashana lunch or a Sukkot lunch!

 

“Hi Marlene its Gladys. Here is my Spaghetti Squash Ziti recipe. Its low-cal and healthy!!!”

P.S.- Give Gladys Bawabeh a big round of applause- she is only married about 2 months and is cooking not only for her husband, but is whipping up cool dinner parties as well!

Directions for this Kosher Recipe

  1. To make delicious spaghetti squash baked ziti, you will need two spaghetti squash.
  2. Cut both spaghetti squash in half vertically and cut the top off. Once you do that take out all the seeds inside. (you can also ask the  guys in the fruit store to cut it for you).
  3. Sprinkle a little drizzle of olive oil on all 4 halves . Then face them down and put them on a tray and bake them on 350 degrees for about an hour and ten minutes.
  4. Next take the tray out and take a fork n gently scrape the inside of the spaghetti squash. The squash should fall out and look like spaghetti.
  5. Place it all into a pyrex and put a half of cup of marinara sauce on it. Mix it all in so its not juicy.
  6. Then sprinkle kosher muenster or kosher low fat mozzarella cheese on top and cover all the squash.
  7. Put back in oven and bake 350 degrees for another 35 minutes.
  8. 35 minutes later you will have a healthier verzion of baked ziti! :)
  9. check out my Pretty in Pink table setting HERE!
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Olives Stuffed With Creamy Goat Cheese on Top of A Crunchy Rainbow Salad

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Olives Stuffed With Creamy Goat Cheese on Top of A Crunchy Rainbow Salad

3 Comments 01 June 2011

by Charlie Michelle

For a dairy lover like me, Shavuot is one of my favorite holidays to spend in the kitchen. There are a millions different ways to include cheese in your Shavuot meal, but in the interest of our waistlines, I thought a bountiful salad would be the perfect way to celebrate while also tempering the indulgence with a hearty dose of healthiness.

A colorful mix of red and green Tango lettuce makes the bed of this Mediterranean inspired salad.
Nestled among the greens is a lovely blend of vitamin-packed strawberries, bright crisp carrot slivers, spicy red onion, cool julienned cucumber, and heart-healthy kalamata olives, stuffed with creamy, low fat cheese.

The beauty of salads is that they are so very versatile. You can add or subtract ingredients to your taste, adjust quantities, and spruce your salad up with any number of dressings. I used a very basic greek vinaigrette to top mine– olive oil, vinegar, basil and herbs, and a handful of crushed kosher feta.

Shavuot Salad (for 2)
– Four heaping cups of your favorite greens
– A dozen jumbo olives, halved and pitted
– 1 large carrot, shaved
– 1/2 medium cucumber, seeds removed and julienned
– 1 cup medium fresh strawberries, tops removed, quartered
– 1/2 cup kosher goat cheese or a kosher creamy feta cheese
– 1/4 small red onion, slivered

Dressing:
– 1/4 cup high quality olive oil
– 2 tablespoons white wine vinegar
– 2 teaspoons dry basil
– 2 teaspoon dry thyme
– 1 teaspoon cracked black pepper
– pinch kosher salt
– 3 tablespoons kosher feta or goat cheese, crushed under the blade of a knife

To stuff the olives, simply pinch a piece of creamy feta or goat cheese and roll it into a ball between your fingers. Then pack your little cheeseball into the cut half of each olive.

Making a salad is easy–just toss it all together, or arrange it artfully for presentation.
The dressing is super simple as well. Simply mix everything together in a small bowl and whisk well before drizzling over your salad.

Serve with a chunk of crusty bread, and you’re all set for a scrumptious Shavuot!

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Need Help with Shavuot Cooking? Call These Top Kosher Bakers and Cooks!

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Need Help with Shavuot Cooking? Call These Top Kosher Bakers and Cooks!

8 Comments 01 June 2011

 

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Having company and no time to cook or bake like a  gourmet for Shavuot?

In my book, being a Jewish Hostess means getting delicious and kosher gourmet food on the table even if you didn’t have time or energy to cook or bake it yourself. The real reason for your beautiful table is to get the family and friends together for Jewish Holidays and family occasions, not to collapse on the couch after everyone leaves.

This Mother’s Day and Shavuot don’t be a slave in the kitchen.

If you live in the New York area, then you are in luck. I’ve chosen some of the best kosher cooks in the neighborhood that you can call for excellent appetizers, dishes, and desserts. All of  the talented women on this list are widely known in the Jewish community for their culinary skills.

Please inquire individually about hashgacha.

Relax and Enjoy! Marlene

Keep checking back as this list is growing daily! add your name to the list! email marlene@thejewishhostess.com!

1. Lisa Grazi is famous for her cheesy spinach tarts, kelsonnes, cheese semboosak, and mini pizzas. This dairy  list of delicacies is perfect for Shavuot! Packaged  by the dozen. Buy fresh frozen, and you cook it fresh.

Lisa’s utensils are dairy and dipped.

Call her at (718) 986-3810.

2. Terry Esses has been baking the most delicious healthy whole wheat and spelt lowfat muffins in New York. Flavors include: banana chocolate chip, banana walnut, bran chip, bran nut and raisin, carrot nut raisin, zuchinni nut and cranberry, and corn. (WOW!)

Her utensils are pareve and dipped. For more info please call Terry at  (917) 301- 0006.

3. Mary Sutton and Teri Blanco make the most delicious home made Syrian Twisted Cheese in town. You can order plain twisted cheese, zaatar flavor or with olives.

Cholov Yisroel cheese available upon request.

call Mary-(917) 902-6595 or  Teri (732) 996- 3690

4- Known as the Granola Gal, Esther Sabbagh’s batches of healthy granola are gobbled up by kids and adults 24/7. Ingredients are: Pure maple syrup, whole grain rolled oats, canola oil, hard red whole wheat flour, almonds, pure vanilla extract, and cinnamon. (Yum!) call Esther at (646) 236-3983.

5- Eat Gracefully with Grace Benun

  • Parve lachmagene on whole wheat dough 1 dz.- 20$
  • Parve lachmagene on large Ezekial tortillas 6pc- 20$ tehine – 8$
  • Chummus- 8$
  • Parve yebrah a piece -$1.50
  • Parve specha a piece -$2.00

gracebenun1@gmail.com-

6- Jane Choueka- Click here to email Jane for her delicious:

  • Syrian string cheese
  • cheesy olive balls (which are a semboosak dough made w/cheddar cheese stuffed with an olive)
  • caak dough – just defrost, roll & bake fresh ca-ak!
  • Delicious Homemade Stringcheese –  plain, olive & zatar. Only $8 Each delivered to your home.

Perfect for all your Shavuot  dairy meals! Chalav Yisrael, utensils are dipped .Call Jane at 917-647-1620

Or email janec2000@aol.com

 

7- Esther Chabot’s specialty is mazza.- fried kibbe, meat lahamagine, samboosak, enwarat, empanadas, knishes, chicken nuggets, filla meat triangles, bastelle with meat, and more. She is famous for her crunchy cauliflower and pickled peppers, turnips,celery, carrots, and her mix of pickles. Tehine ,bazergan, and taboule salad also top her list. All orders are freshly made to your customizations! Click HERE to email Esther.

8- Fresh Challah by Frieda and Shelly! $6 each.! Everything spice, plain, sesame, zata, whole wheat, challah rolls, breakaways and our famous sticky buns! (732) 485- 7931. free delivery in Deal, New Jersey

 

9- Delicious dairy, chalav yisroel, or pareve DIPPED Shavuot “Soph’s Famous CheeseQuakes” by Sophia Betesh

Guaranteed to ROCK your world!

Caramel, Chocolate, or Fruit on Top,

– 8 inch and 10 inches available. (917)620-9869

$26-$42.  

 

add your name to the list!

email marlene@thejewishhostess.com!

 

 

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Fillet of Sole With Tomatoes and Curry

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Fillet of Sole With Tomatoes and Curry

No Comments 18 May 2011

 

Meet Naomi Nachman, kosher chef  and founder of the Kosher Culinary Institute in the JCC of the Five towns, where she teaches cooking not only in her home base of Woodmere , N.Y.,but all over the tri-state area and neighboring communities. Thank you Naomi for sending in this delicious fillet of sole recipe. So easy, and practically fat free!

P.S.Fillet of sole can easily be substituted with flounder, tilapia, or salmon.

Fillet of Sole with Tomatoes and Curry:

Ingredients for this kosher recipe:

  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 large onion, diced
  • 1 Tablespoon curry powder
  • 8 portions fish (about 2 sides) filleted
  • ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 3 gloves garlic, minced or 4 cubes from Gefen frozen package
  • 2 Tablespoons fresh cilantro or 6 cubes from Sabra frozen package
  • 1 Plum tomato diced
  • 1-cup tomato sauce
  • Kosher salt to taste
  • Water
  1. Heat pan for a minute and the add oil.
  2. Add onion and sauté until soft.
  3. Add curry powder and cook for minute while stirring.
  4. Place fish fillets on top of mixture.
  5. Cook for a few minutes and turn to coat other side and cook for another 3 minutes.
  6. In a small bowl mix cayenne pepper, garlic, cilantro, tomato, tomato sauce, and salt.
  7. Pour over fish in sauté pan.
  8. Add enough water to cover fish.
  9. Cook for another 10 minutes until fish is cooked through.

 

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Lowfat Oven Fried Chicken- Recipe and Video

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Lowfat Oven Fried Chicken- Recipe and Video

No Comments 26 April 2011

Looking for a new and easy chicken entre?

We are always on the lookout for a new variation of this  family favorite.

Not only do we love this chef’s accent, but this kosher chicken recipe is tops. (this video calls for some cheese- of course- skip it!)

Ingredients:

  • Chicken legs and thighs- order without skin from the butcher-preferably organic
  • beaten organic eggs
  • dijon mustard
  • flavored matzo or crackers
  • panko breadcrumbs
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • mix oregano, thyme, and rosemary in a small bowl
  1. Whisk eggs, salt, pepper, and Dijon mustard in pyrex
  2. Dip blotted chicken pieces in egg mixture- can be left overnight in fridge for more flavor
  3. Blend in Cuisinart -panko breadcrumbs (many flavors are available to suit your taste) with garlic flavored matzo ,and herbs such as rosemary, oregano and thyme.
  4. dredge chicken in breadcrumb mixture
  5. place chicken parts on sprayed pan
  6. Spray coated chicken with canola spray such as Pam.
  7. Bake at 425 degrees for 45 minutes.

Please let us know your results. Comment below, send pics, email,  text us, video, …. we need your feedback!

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Easy Passover Chocolate Freezer Cookies- UPDATED!

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Easy Passover Chocolate Freezer Cookies- UPDATED!

12 Comments 27 March 2011

Get a head start on  Passover with this great kosher chocolate cookie recipe sent in by my friend Yael over in Israel. Check out her  fantastic new kosher recipe site !

“When is Passover 2011?”, you ask?  Chabad.org has all the updates on this year’s Passover holiday dates so that you can begin preparing your Passover menus.

Start buying your Passover ingredients and add these Passover cookies to your Seder menu. Bake and freeze up to 4 weeks ahead of  time. They are so delicious straight out of the freezer!

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 6 ounces Passover chocolate chips
  • 3 egg whites
  • 1 package Passover vanilla sugar
  • 1/2 cups ground nuts
  1. Preheat oven to 350F.
  2. Melt the chocolate and let it cool.
  3. Beat the egg whites until foamy add the vanilla and beat until stiff.
  4. Slowly add the sugar.
  5. Fold in the chocolate and the nuts.
  6. Drop 1 teaspoon at a time on a greased cookie sheet.
  7. Bake 15 minutes.
  8. Remove when cool. Store in freezer.

 

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