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Pomegranate Syrup (Molasses)

KosherEye.com Excellent addition to poultry and meat recipes, salad dressings and spirited beverages. We also love it as a glaze for salmon, and a topping for ice cream. The syrup is both sweet and pungent, and a staple in the KosherEye recipe collection.Ingredients4 cups pomegranate juice like...

Pomegranate Confiture

KosherEye.com Chef Einat Admony is author of the fabulous cookbook Balaboosta: Bold Mediterranean Recipes to Feed the People You Love. This recipe is excerpted from Balaboosta (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2013. Photographs by Quentin Bacon. Ingredients 6 cups pomegranate seeds (from about 10...

Chicken with Pumpkin, Figs, and Honey

KosherEye.com By Kim KushnerThe ultimate in richness and flavor. This beautiful recipe is a staple at our holiday meals. It is a perfect example of elevating chicken to the next level. The combination of red wine, pumpkin, and figs, along with fresh herbs, really creates a magical dish. Proof that...

Maple Cinnamon Roasted Butternut Squash

KosherEye.com One of my favorite things about autumn is the abundance of seasonal squash in the market. Butternut squash is a particular favorite in our family. It's naturally sweet, low in calories, and full of vitamins A and C. I'm always looking for new ways to prepare it. In this very simple...

Champagne Sangria

KosherEye.com Adapted from a recipe by Eileen Goltz One of the culinary downsides to those many yontif meals is all the open bottles of wine that seem to magically appear on the counter after each and every meal. Rather than pour those last drips and drops out I'm going to suggest that you dump...

Honey Whole-Wheat Challah

Honey Whole-Wheat Challah(2 large or 3 medium loaves)by Gil Marks KosherEye.com As reported by Beverly Levitt in 2010 in Triblive, Gil's piece d'resistance for the High Holidays is his Whole Wheat Challah, which leaves out the eggs and extra fat, using whole wheat, and honey to provide moisture....

Spinach-Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Spinach-Stuffed Chicken Breastsby Gil Marks KosherEye.com The spinach filling creates an attractive contrast to the flesh when the chicken rolls are sliced. Ingredients Spinach Stuffing:1 tablespoon vegetable oil1 medium onion, chopped (about 1/2 cup)1 pound fresh or 10 ounces frozen spinach,...

Caramel Apple Cake

KosherEye.com From Kosher by Design Cooking CoachBy Susie Fishbein This beautiful, moist cake is stunning. With its apple slices peeking out and its wonderful caramel glaze, serve this one at High Holiday season; it will surely earn you high praise. Ingredients Caramel Syrup4 tablespoons (½ stick)...

Honey Chicken-Pomegranate

KosherEye.com From Kosher By Design Cooking CoachBy Susie Fishbein This dish shouts Rosh Hashanah on a plate! Honey and other sticky ingredients are a cinch to measure. Just coat the measuring cup or spoon with nonstick cooking spray and the honey will slide right out. Make sure to line your pan...

Butternut Squash Risotto

KosherEye.com Excerpted from THE HEART OF THE PLATE, (c) 2013 by Mollie Katzen. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved. I have two recipes for butternut squash risotto, and I go back and forth between them, depending on whether I feel like heating the oven and...

Apple Parsnip Soup

KosherEye.com By Levana Kirschenbaum Parsnips: One of my favorite roots. In this delicious soup, not only does the parsnip not get discarded after cooking, it is indeed the co-star of the show, all the way up there with the apple: What a match! Short, sweet and dazzling ingredient list. Sage and...

Rosh Hashanah Star 2014 - Pam Reiss

Pam Reiss Pam Reiss is no stranger to food, recipes and cooking. She is co-owner of a specialty food store, Desserts Plus, in Winnipeg, Canada and has written recipe columns that have appeared in the Jerusalem Post, Los Angeles Jewish Journal and several other newspapers throughout North America....

Green Matzoh Ball Soup

KosherEye.com Excerpted from THE HEART OF THE PLATE, (c) 2013 by Mollie Katzen. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved. Broccoli-flecked dumplings double-task as a holiday offering and an ode to Dr. Seuss. What could be bad? Note to skeptics: Yes, indeed, it...

Smoked White Fish Stuffed Tomatoes

KosherEye.com Adapted from a recipe by Eileen Goltz Ingredients 8 Roma tomatoes, seeded cut in half lengthwise8 oz. prepared white fish salad (store bought or make your own)1 head of red leaf lettuce, shredded8 hard cooked eggs, sliced or cut into quarters (optional)3 stalks celery, chopped1 red...

Smoked Salmon Chowder

KosherEye.com Adapted from a recipe by Eileen Goltz Ingredients 1 tablespoon butter or margarine1 small sweet onion, finely chopped2 celery stalks, finely chopped4 cups vegetable broth1 cup water1 bay leaf1 pound salmon filet cut into bite sized pieces1 pound red skin potatoes, cubed, skin on1 14...

Teriyaki-Glazed Chilean Sea Bass with Cauliflower Curry Puree

KosherEye.com From The Prime Grill Cookbook: Redefining the Kosher Experience by David Kolotkin and Joey Allaham, © Joey Allaham, used by permission of the publisher, Pelican Publishing Company, Inc. Ingredients ½ cup soy sauce½ cup sugar¼ cup miring3 garlic cloves, crushed(use your knife or the...

Peach Fritters

KosherEye.com From The Prime Grill Cookbook: Redefining the Kosher Experience by David Kolotkin and Joey Allaham, © Joey Allaham, used by permission of the publisher, Pelican Publishing Company, Inc. Ingredients 1 large egg1⁄2 cup cold non dairy creamer11⁄2 tbsp. light brown sugar1⁄4 tsp....

Breast of Chicken with Grapes and Mushrooms

Breast of Chicken with Grapes and MushroomsBy Gloria Kobrin Gloria Kobrin - married 40 years, Mother of two, Grandmother of two, has cooked her whole life for groups ranging from four to 100. Gloria specializes in creating delicious gourmet food that is approachable to the home cook and that...

Meredith's Challah

KosherEye.com By Meredith Jacobs The Modern Jewish Mom's Guide to Shabbat: Connect and Celebrate--Bring Your Family Together with the Friday Night Meal (Harper), Meredith L. Jacobs I remember so clearly when I learned to make this challah. My daughter, the one who I just took to college for her...

Black-Eyed Peas With Veal

Black-Eyed Peas With VealLubieh b’Lahmeh KosherEye.com According to Aleppian Jewish custom, lubieh (black-eyed peas) are eaten during the New Year festival of Rosh Hashanah. Black-eyed peas are a symbol of wealth and plenitude, so they are served (and heartily eaten) during the holiday dinner....

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