Time to cook for Shabbat!
Shabbat is special, and we like to eat our special Shabbat foods, with little variation, week after week...
Sometimes things get "changed up" because of seasonal prices. This week there weren't any super amazing deals to be had in our neck of the woods, though, so I'm working with whatever we managed to get...
Anyhow, here's the plan.
Challah: It may be obvious by now, I always make my Whole Wheat and Oat Bran Challah. It's always a hit, and I like making whole grain breads, especially ones with extra fiber and omega 3s from flaxseed!
Soup - not this week!
Salads: homemade chummus, eggplant with techina, vegetarian liver, cabbage salad, kishuim, peppers, and garlic roasted in balsamic vinegar, chopped tomatoes and cucumbers, probably olives and pickles (canned) as well
Cholent - I almost always make a Black Bean Vegan Cholent, sometimes with Vegan Kishke. I'll try to make the kishke - not sure if I'll get to it. (Still haven't posted the recipe, sorry!)
Main Dish: Oven Fried Chicken and Baked Shnitzels, Tofu Shnitzels for the vegetarian(s)
Side Dishes: Butternut Squash Kugel, Potato Kugel, Apple Kugel, Brown Rice with Wild Rice
Dessert: Chocolate Chip Cookies
Seudah Shlishit: Challah rolls, PB&J, egg salad, grapefruit halves, Carrot Muffins
Breakfast and Snacks: Banana Muffins, Popcorn, Spicy Roasted Chick Peas, perhaps popsicles
What are you making for Shabbat?