Adminwpi

I was looking for a lite, easy-to-serve, sweet dessert to end the Passover Seder. I tested these Coffee Meringue Cookies this Shabbos, and everyone, even the kids, loved them. In addition, they had a surprisingly pretty appearance as the coffee grains giv ...

For a fresh way to serve broccoli, try this Cold Broccoli Sesame Salad. You can easily prepare it in just minutes. And it is so tasty that even the kids will eat it. Take this green salad along on a picnic, serve it with fish for a lite dinner, or enjoy i ...

Cole Slaw is an economical, healthy and tasty salad. We goes well with meat meals, especially summer barbecues. My Israeli friend Ofira contributed this lite Cole Slaw recipe.

My neighbor served this Colorful Cauliflower dish on Friday night, and it has become a staple on my Sabbath table ever since. I added a bit more onion and garlic powder to the recipe. When I marinate my chicken, I also cut and spice the cauliflower. Then ...

When we have guests over in the summer, I like to put a variety of fresh salads on the table. This Corn Salad is one of my favorite salads to serve because it is colorful, delicious, and easy to make. This salad also perfect for summer cookouts or picnics ...

I love corn, and I know I'm not alone. Corn tastes great, adds color to meals, and is easy to make. Corn is also healthy, as one medium sized ear of corn contains 75 calories, 1 gram of fat, protein, potassium and dietary fiber. Fresh sweet corn enhances ...

These Israeli Kizizot are made from ground dark turkey meat, and they get great flavor from onion, garlic and parsley. Instead of frying the meat patties, this recipe is for healthier kizizot cooked in a tomato vegetable sauce.

In my opinion, cooked Red Cabbage is the quintessential Friday night Shabbos dinner side dish. Its deep purple color makes the dish look festive. It's economical to buy, but can feed a crowd. Served warm, it is quite satiating. It is healthy, but a sweet ...

The biggest challenge to creating a kosher Thanksgiving meal is making the traditional Thanksgiving side dishes in non-dairy form (pareve) so they can be eaten with the turkey. This cornbread recipe uses soy milk. These Cornbread Muffins are cake-like, sw ...

This Cornmeal Covered Fish Fillet is similar to fried fish schnitzel, but it is lighter and more unique tasting. I've used this recipe to coat flounder, halibut, cod and sole. My children love to eat this fish with tartar sauce and lettuce in a fresh roll ...

I like the feeling of knowing I can go into my pantry, especially when it is almost empty, and manage to put together something comforting to eat. If you have oil, flour, sugar, eggs and cottage cheese, then you can make these delicious, kosher-dairy panc ...

Couscous and Vegetables

On Thursdays I buy lots of fresh vegetables (cabbage, squash or pumpkin, zucchini, carrots, celery ...) and use them to make a big pot of "Marak L'Couscous" (Soup for Couscous). We enjoy eating Couscous with the Vegetables alongside Roast Chicken on Shabb ...

Couscous, a staple in Jewish Sephardic cuisine, can be combined with fresh vegetables, herbs and pine nuts to create this low fat, colorful and delicious salad. For a light dinner or cookout in the summer, serve this kosher Couscous Salad with grilled chi ...

Couscous with Cranberries

In her Hip Kosher cookbook, Ronnie Fein writes "Tiny balls of Israeli couscous are the culinary pearls of the pasta world. This recipe combines sweet and piquant flavors in one dish. It’s a treat with grilled meat or poultry, but also can be used as a sna ...

For a perfectly satisfying summer supper, serve this Cranberry Rice Salad, which has been tried and tested by Ohio Caterers Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer, with grilled fish or chicken.

This sweet kugel can be prepared a day in advance and baked the day of the meal. What this kugel lacks in our modern definition of "lightness", it makes up for in old-fashioned Jewish food flavor. Serve with baked salmon and Israeli salad for an easy-to-p ...

Creamed Potato Squash Bake

Nessie Fisher, owner of Nessia Desserts, writes "Shavuot is rich in meaning and symbolism and is clearly deserving of a meal that is rich and flavorful in taste." To this end, Nessie shares this Creamed Potato Squash Bake recipe with us.

This Cream Squash Soup is vegan, gluten-free and delicious. The basic soup process of boil, simmer, puree is made a bit easier than usual because there are not many ingredients to chop and add. To keep this soup recipe pareve, use oil and soy milk. For a ...

This recipe for Creamy Baked Potatoes proves, once again, that sometimes it is incredibly easy to put delicious food on the table. Just slice the potatoes, top them with cream, garlic, salt and pepper, and then bake. Your kids will be thrilled. For an eas ...

We love cauliflower and are always looking for new, tasty ways to serve it. This dairy Cauliflower Casserole is wonderfully delicious and surprisingly lite. The cauliflower is covered by a cream sauce made of milk and mustard, followed by a sprinkling of ...