Why 2 ways? Well not everybody likes the same thing. We were invited over for dinner and Some wanted sweet some wanted savory. Both went and all were happy. The meatballs are prepared ahead of time and then cooked separately in the two different sauces.
My kids won't eat veggies.... but Sam I like green eggs and ham! I do! I like them Sam-I-Am! And...... the secret is chopped spinach & green food coloring for the eggs & we just substitute chopped hot dogs for the ham. Makes for a kid friendly egg scramble!!!!!
The salad is a great, light alternatuve to pasta and potato salads, which are often loaded with fat and heavy carbs, but I’ve never heard any meat-eater complain. It’s also a great choice for summer potlucks and barbecues, because without mayonnaise, there’s no risk of spoilage. Enjoy!
I have been ordering stuffed chicken breast in restaurants for years and have been playing with ingredients to find the right mix. The layering of flavors in the stuffing works perfect together and keep the breast moist and tender.
I love Chipotle!!!! It is something you can't buy in Israel so I have it brought any chance I can. In this recipe I use Mrs. Dash's Salt Free Southwest Chipotle Seasoning.This can be cooked on the grill or I use a cast iron skillet on the stove top. I like to serve this on a bed of Southwest Rice ( I like recipe #127366) or chilled over a salad.
Yummy Fudge brownies for Pesach from "Passover By Design"
Depending how cake like you can play with the amount of matzo meal vs. potato starch still adding up to 1 cup. For more cake like use 3/4 cup matzo meal 1/4 cup potato starch & vica versa for more fudgey brownies.
I found a recipe on the web and did some adjusting to suit our taste.Top with Creole Sauce for a fabulous main course!
I serve with steamed vegetables & couscous.
This makes for a low fat, healthy, good tasting meal!
Kubbeh is a small pocket of dough that is stuffed with ground beef. Kubbeh for soup is usually boiled, whereas Kubbeh served on a platter is fried. Grocery stores in Israel and increasingly in the United States offer frozen packages of Kubbeh that are ready to drop into a vegetable soup. Enjoy this traditional recipe for kosher Kubbeh Soup, or Marak Kubbeh in Hebrew.
I found MirJ has a great Kubbeh recipe, Recipe #26755 or you can use frozen store bought kubbeh.
If you are counting calories add 260 calories per Kubbeh ball