Thursday, February 20, 2014

Shabbat Planning

 It's been a fun pantry challenge week. We actually had TONS of fresh veggies in the house (ok, not literally tons, but you know what I mean) because I bought a lot at the end of last week and on Tuesday I went to the shuk at closing time and got some good deals.

I've taken chicken out of my freezer to defrost, and here's the menu for Shabbat:

Whole Wheat and Oat Bran Challot

Split Pea Soup (already made, phew!)

Honey-ginger baked chicken
(Honey-ginger baked tofu)

Steamed Broccoli Florets

Roasted Vegetables: Cauliflower, Kishuim, Red and Yellow Pepper (roasted seperately)

Potato Kugel

Make-your-own-salad (we have lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, avocado, carrots, red and yellow peppers, pickles

Black Bean Cholent

For Snacks, Dessert. and Seudah 3:
Banana Cake from the freezer

Maple-Pumpkin Bread

Egg Salad (for the egg eaters)

Challah Rolls

Popcorn (Caramel popcorn if I don't run out of time!)

Fruit - we have clementines, persimmons, and some pineapple 

Chocolate Babka from the freezer - we must have cake, my daughter is finishing up masechet brachot (mishnayot) so we need to celebrate!

What are you making for Shabbat?

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