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Honey Glazed Parsnip, Celery Root, Apple and Turnips

KosherEye.com by Chef Laura Frankel, LaurasKosherKitchen I can’t wait for root vegetable season. I love the earthy and deep flavors of these tubers. As the weather turns cooler, I crave the heartiness of these vegetables and the fact that I can really season them up. Unlike delicate summer...

Quinoa Pilaf with Apples, Herbs and Honey-Cider Vinaigrette

KosherEye.com by Chef Laura Frankel, LaurasKosherKitchen Quinoa is a near, perfect complete-protein which makes it not only a great side-dish, but also a delicious light main course. The quinoa seeds are coated with saponins, which are the plant’s defense mechanism to protect the seeds from birds...

Deluxe Noodle Kugel

KosherEye.com by Tina Wasserman, Cooking & More I often refer to this kugel as "killer kugel" and when you see the ingredients you'll know why!!! Actually, I served this dish to Joan Nathan when she was at my home and a few years back she featured it in her article in the New York Times! The...

Cranberry Cobbler

KosherEye.com by Hadassah Milner, blog InThePink This is a great sweet side dish – mix with apples or pineapple for a different taste. Ingredients: 1/2 cup melted parve margarine or butter 1 cup of flour 1 cup of oatmeal 2/3 cup of firmly packed light brown sugar 1 heaping teaspoon ground cinnamon...

Simple Potato Kugel

KosherEye.com by Hadassah Milner, blog InThePink This recipe is kosher for Passover, but works well anytime, especially around the holidays. Freezes well. Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1/3 cup canola oil 1 tablespoon sugar6 potatoes, peeled1 onion Cooking spray Directions: Beat together...

Riz – Basic Syrian Rice

KosherEye.com Adapted from A Fistful of Lentils by Jennifer Felicia Abadi Simple, moist long-grain white rice cooked with oil, onions, and salt, riz is the most basic dish served at any Syrian meal. Piping hot on a platter with browned pine nuts sprinkled on top, riz is one of the most important...

Cauliflower Cheese

KosherEye.com by Alton Brown, Good Eats 3: The Later Years Let's face it, cauliflower is easy to overlook. It's just so darned...white. And yet this is not a case where blanc and bland go hand in hand. Nor is the cauliflower simply, as Mark Twain stated, "a cabbage with a college education."...

McKosherEye Copycat Burger Spread

KosherEye.com An all-beef patty – or not – special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions - all on a sesame seed bun! We threw in a tomato slice, why not? Use our copycat burger spread to recreate this well–known burger. Ingredients: 1 parve, dairy or real meat quarter–pounder (For dairy, we like...

Red Robin Oven Fries

KosherEye.com Adapted by KosherEye.com from online copy cat recipes Red Robin Gourmet Burgers (not kosher) is a chain of casual dining restaurants founded in 1969 in Seattle, Washington. They are known for their burgers and "Bottomless Steak Fries." The secret to their fries is the Red Robin...

Crispy Potato Roast

Koshereye.com From theBais Yaakov Cookbook,Feldheim Publishers Crispy Potato Roast - Simply delicious! Both the taste and presentation are sensational!Ingredients:6 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, dividedCoarse salt1/2 − 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes (optional)4 pounds Yukon gold...

Cajun Carrot Fries

KosherEye.com Adapted from The No Potato Passover: A Journey of Food, Travel and Color, by Aviva Kanoff Carrots are delicious when roasted at a high heat – they naturally caramelize. When seasoned with both cayenne and black pepper, there is an added zing. Sliced into the shape of "fries" and...

Mixed Berry Quinoa with Roasted Almonds

KosherEye.com Photo: The No-Potato Passover Adapted from The No Potato Passover: A Journey of Food, Travel and Color, by Aviva Kanoff Quinoa is most commonly considered a grain, but is actually is a chenopad, relative of leafy green vegetables like spinach and Swiss chard. It is a recently...

BBQ Sauce and BBQ Rub

KosherEye.com by June Hersh,The Kosher Carnivore, (St. Martin's Press) If you want to try a good BBQ sauce or rub, try these three – they are great to use when grilling beef ribs, lamb riblets, flanken ribs and add an extra layer of flavor. For the Rub: 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon paprika 1...

Lemon Herb Couscous

KosherEye.com by Pam Reiss, author Soup: A Kosher Collection and Passover: A Kosher Collection. A quick and easy side dish that is delicious – couscous flavored with lemon, fresh herbs and toasted pine nuts. It will become a favorite. Ingredients: 2 1/2cups chicken or vegetable stock 1/2tsp. salt...

Braised Endive with Herb Gremolata

KosherEye.com Adapted from Discover Endive, California Vegetable Specialties The endive are braised in a hot oven until lightly caramelized and then sprinkled with Gremolata – a mixture of chopped parsley, marjoram, lemon zest and garlic. Now what could be better! A great side dish. Ingredients: 3...

Creamed Spinach

KosherEye.com by June Hersh, The Kosher Carnivore, St. Martin's Press Everyone loves creamed spinach, especially when it is lighter and healthier than the usual cream and butter version. This prep brings the flavor without the fat and makes a great side for any meat and potatoes dinner....

Creamy Mashed Potatoes

KosherEye.com by June Hersh, The Kosher Carnivore, St. Martin's Press Here’s the challenge. Creamy mashed potatoes without butter or cream. The solution, amplify the taste by simmering the potatoes in chicken stock and then add fresh herbs and roasted garlic. Trust me, you won’t miss the fat....

Homemade Ketchup

KosherEye.com from Howcast.com Once you have made your own homemade ketchup, you will never purcahse store–bought again. It is healthier, tastier, and cheaper. Ingredients: 1 28-oz. can of whole tomatoes in puree 1 medium onion, chopped 1 tbsp. vegetable oil 1 tbsp. tomato paste 2/3 c. dark brown...

Japanese Pickles

KosherEye.com by Lévana Kirschenbaum, The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen You’ll love ’em! They have a small fraction of the salt and the vinegar of their commercial counterparts, and ten times the flavor. Crunchy and pungent with just a hint of sweetness, and really good for you too, like all...

Risotto with Mushroom Ragout & Truffle Oil

KosherEye.com Adapted from a recipe by Executive Chef David Kolotkin, Solo Restaurant, Manhattan. Yes, risotto is time consuming to prepare, and this version is long. However, once you get the hang of it, the method is actually simple and the results are truly superb. Before you begin, have all of...

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