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According to Levana Kirshchenbaum, tagine originally referred to the clay pot used to cook food over hot coals. Today, however, tagine refers to meat, poultry or fish cooked with vegetables until the liquids are reduced and thickened. This Chicken Tagine ...

My kids never get tired of this Chicken Turkey Soup. They especially like it served with matzo balls. I add turkey to the soup in order to raise the soup's iron content, but the turkey also gives the soup a richer flavor.

Chicken with Broccoli and Cashews is a great combination. This recipe might take a bit of effort the first time you make it, but after that you'll be able to put this dish on the table easily and within 30 minutes. Your family will love this healthy and d ...

I regularly use this marinade, contributed by my sister-in-law's mother-in-law JoAnn Kerker, on my oven-baked Shabbat chicken. The ingredients are common so no extra shopping is necessary. The wine and mushrooms add a festive touch to the Sabbath dish. An ...

In her natural whole vegetarian kosher cuisine cookbook, <i>Nutrilicious</i>, Edith Rothschild offers this recipe for Chickpea Patties. They are a practical protein stand-by that can be eaten hot, cold or at room temperature, either by themselves or in a ...

Legumes like chickpeas (also called garbanzo beans) are a main component of the Mediterranean diet. Hummus and felafel are two popular Israeli dishes that are made from chickpeas. This salad, from Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer, is anot ...

Chickpea Saut

Chickpeas, also known as Garbanzo or Hummus beans, are healthy and high in protein. Looking for a non-dairy, vegetarian, and nutritious appetizer, side dish or snack? Try this garlicky, salty, tasty Chickpea Saut

My cousin emailed me this recipe with a note "everyone loved this on Shabbat." How could a salad consisting of chickpeas, sun dried tomatoes, Kalamata olives, artichoke hearts and scallions be anything other than great?!

This Beef and Onion Stir-Fry is surprisingly easy. And what could be more tasty than beef with onions? Add variety to your Kosher Chinese meal with this meat stir-fry dish.

Everyone in my family loves the combination of chocolate and peanut butter. So my wife used her quick chocolate cookie recipe, created a peanut butter cream, and combined them to create this Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookie. For Shabbat, we all enj ...

If you are a chocolate lover, this cake is your dream come true. As a kosher dairy recipe, it is less versatile than kosher parve dessert recipes (kosher observant can not serve it after a festive meat meal). Nevertheless, this Chocoholics' Chocolate Cake ...

No need to throw away those old bananas just because there is no need for cake in your home now. This recipe for Chocolate Banana Cake, contributed by Phyllis Katz, freezes so well that I generally bake it, wrap it and freeze it right away. While it can b ...

Looking to bake some tasty treats with your children today? Try this simple recipe for Chocolate Chewies from Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer's cookbook, Our Customers' Favorites. These flour-less cookies can be packed into a Purim food ...

You don't have to give up eating Chocolate Chip Cookies just because it is Passover!

Too many times I've wanted to make Chocolate Chip Cookies, but discovered that either my margarine was not soft enough (at room temperature) or I did not even have margarine. So I was thrilled to find this recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies made with veget ...

Mandelbrot, which literally means almond (mandel) bread (brot), is a twice-baked hard bread similar to Italian biscotti. While classic Mandelbrot is made with almonds, my kids prefer this Americanized version with chocolate chips.

Who would think to put a delicacy like croissants in a kosher cookbook for children? Susie Fishbein, of course. Susie has developed a recipe for Chocolate Croissants that is simple enough for children to make, and tasty enough for both children and adults ...

Chocolate Gianduja Cookies (Parve, Passover)

Years ago my cousin served this as the Sabbath lunch dessert. It is easy to make, can be served after a meat meal (it is parve), and loved by children. I suggest adding this Double Chocolate Gooey Brownie Recipe to your Shabbat dessert recipe collection.

I used to make a cake and then find I lacked the powdered sugar needed to make the icing. Now, thanks to this recipe, I'm always able to glaze my cakes. Water, cocoa, sugar, margarine and vanilla extract is all that is needed to make this delicious parve ...