Kosher Meat Recipes
Jewish Dietary Laws allow for meat consumption, but ensure it is done with sensitivity. Only animals that BOTH chew their cud and have split hooves are considered kosher. These animals must be slaughtered in a kosher way for their meat to be kosher. And the meat must be handled and cooked separately from dairy to maintain its kosher status. Enjoy these recipes for kosher meat entrees.
This Lima Bean Brisket recipe, which comes from my wife's grandmother, is surprisingly delicious and simple to prepare. The beans enrich the meat, giving it fuller volume and great flavor. Serve this brisket for a special Sabbath or Jewish holiday meal.
Whenever boneless chicken thighs (called Pargiot in Hebrew) go on sale, we buy, marinate and grill or cook them. Boneless chicken thighs are a tender, moist cut of chicken, and this marinade packs the meat with great flavor. We especially enjoy pargiot during the summer months because they are a lite source of protein. Serve these delicious...
This Beef and Onion Stir-Fry is surprisingly easy. And what could be more tasty than beef with onions? Add variety to your Kosher Chinese meal with this meat stir-fry dish.
In traditional Jewish cooking the brisket - a cut of meat from the breast or lower chest - is braised as a pot roast. There are three secrets to cooking the perfect kosher brisket. Buy good brisket meat (meat #3 in Israel). Jewish brisket should be slow cooked. Choose any brisket recipe from this collection of Jewish brisket recipes. Thirdly, it...
Stuffed Cabbage takes time and effort to prepare, so it tends to be a Jewish holiday special rather than a weekly dish. Meat Stuffed Cabbage is traditionally served on Simchat Torah because the cylindrical shape of the meat-filled cabbage rolls is reminiscent of the shape of Torah.
Meat Stuffed Peppers are the perfect dish for Sukkot, when stuffed vegetables are traditionally served. They go nicely next to the Roast Chicken, elevating the menu to that of a Jewish holiday meal. Use ground turkey instead of ground beef for a lite, healthy stuffed pepper. Stuffing peppers is much easier than stuffing cabbage leaves, and the resulting dish is just as delicious.
Shepherd's Pie, which is believed to have originated in northern England and Scotland, was originally made with lamb meat, as the name implies. However, in America, many make Shepherd's Pie with ground beef. Just serve a green salad with Shepherd's Pie for an economical and satiating family meal, as well as for a pleasing Passover meal.
Brisket, a cut of meat from the breast or lower chest, is a popular Jewish holiday entree. Jews traditionally prepare beef brisket by braising it in a roasting pot. Learn how to prepare great brisket. Read the reasons why to prepare Jewish brisket for the holidays.
Jamie Geller, author of Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing, contributed this recipe for Brisket in Wine Sauce. Geller once again demonstrates how delicious and festive dishes can be easily and quickly prepared. Brisket is a popular Jewish holiday entree, especially for Rosh Hashanah and Passover.
Did you know that your child can prepare cholent for the Sabbath dinner? This No-Fail Cholent recipe comes from Miriam Zakon's wonderful The Kids Kosher Cookbook: Do-It-Yourself Recipes Your Kids Will Love to Cook. Think how proud your child will feel when it comes time to serve the Shabbat cholent he or she made!
Susie Fishbein includes this recipe for Dry Rub Short Ribs in her Passover by Design cookbook. She writes that the slow braise in wine makes these ribs melt-in-your-mouth delicious. And she suggests serving them over mashed potatoes.
One of the challenges I face in my life today is how to satiate the appetite of my always-hungry, 13-year-old son. I recently discovered that Spaghetti and Meatballs hit the spot. And the best thing about the recipe - it is easy enough for my son to make by himself.
One of the challenges I face in my life today is how to satiate the appetite of my always-hungry, 13-year-old son. I recently discovered that meatballs hit the spot. I call them Eazy Lazy Meatballs because they are easy enough for my son to make by himself so I can be lazy about dinner for a night or two.
What is kosher for Pigs in a Blanket? Moses in the Ark (Moshe b'Tayva in Hebrew) is the term used for kosher hotdogs rolled up in pastry dough. Children love to follow this quick and easy recipe to make these hotdog roll-ups all by themselves.
Stuffed foods are typically served for Sukkot. I find stuffing peppers much easier than stuffing cabbage leaves.
Sometimes, for a special occasion, it is worthwhile to invest in a dish. This Moussaka, from Susie Fishbein's Kosher by Design: Entertains cookbook, is one of those dishes. The recipe requires a few more ingredients and a bit more effort, but your guests will remember dining with you in your home.
These meatballs are baked in the oven, so they are quick and easy to prepare. My sister serves these meatballs as a Shabbat lunch appetizer. Thus the kids eat something filling and nutritious at the beginning of the meal, and you don't have to worry about calling them back to the table when they are busy playing!
This quick easy Meat Pie is simple enough to prepare with your kids. Simply saute onions, brown ground beef, mix with frozen vegetables and Marinara sauce, and then bake in puff pastry dough. It is the perfect dish to serve for Shabbos lunch when you have invited a crowd, especially when the guests include lots of children and teens. If there is...
With so many fun activities, I don't like to spend Purim in the kitchen cooking. At the same time, we tend to have a large crowd over for the Purim Feast (Seudat Purim). So I really like to make and serve this Quick Meat & Vegie Pie for the festive Purim meal. It is quick to make, feeds a crowd, and is satiating after a day of running around and...
This marinade, provided by Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer, is great for chicken, beef and fish. For a healthier marinade, the oil can be omitted.
Susan Portman is a very talented artist who also knows how to cook artfully. She highly recommends her mother's Sweet and Sour Tongue recipe. Susan likes to serve this tender and tasty kosher meat dish for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
I love the taste of cabbage and ground beef together in a sweet and sour tomato sauce. But I don't love the amount of time it takes to make stuffed cabbage. This Unstuffed Cabbage recipe is the way to get that great taste without all the work.
The Jewish Food Mailing List has compiled Jewish food recipes from its active subscribers. The mailing list defines Jewish food as any food that is able to be prepared according to kashruth (Biblical dietary laws).
RFCJ Newsgroup (rec.food.cuisine.jewish) archives recipes sent in from different Jewish ethnic streams (Sephardic, Ashkenazic, Yemenite, etc.) and communities around the world. Recipes posted to this newsgroup respect the basic framework of the Jewish dietary laws. The recipes separate dairy and meat, and they do not call for non-kosher ingredients.