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Post  Fri, Jan 11 2019, 9:02 am
We're going away next Shabbos but bringing our own food. I will have cooking facilities where I'm staying but not much time. There are also takeout options but I'm trying to keep costs down. I'm looking for quick, simple menu ideas that I can either prepare in advance and bring along fully cooked, or can be popped in the oven Friday.

We are 10 people. So far I have a kugel in the freezer. I'm going to bake fish loaves and chicken on Friday. Vegetable salad. Any other ideas?
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Post  Fri, Jan 11 2019, 9:07 am
Apple kugel
luckshen kugel-both can be eaten room temperature and made in advance and frozen.
Shnitzel is a great easy take a long option
Deli
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Post  Fri, Jan 11 2019, 9:09 am
Do you freeze the shnitxel ready to eat? Baked?
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Post  Fri, Jan 11 2019, 9:16 am
I freeze raw kugels, meatloaf (with glaze), schnitzel (unbaked), roast (seasoned but not cooked)- and then just stick it in the oven. Comes out tasting pretty good. The only thing I've found so far that came out a little dry was my carrot kugel, and it could be because I froze it baked instead of raw.
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sky




 
 
 


Post  Fri, Jan 11 2019, 11:19 am
Challah
Fish
Salads made in advance in containers - quinoa, broccoli, coleslaw, corn, marinated, linguini. (This way don’t need supplies and can reserve at meals)
Chicken with rice and vegetables in one pan.
Potato kugel
Cake

Lunch
Chopped liver
Salads as above
Deli
Cholent with kugel and Khishka (put together before leaving and put on flame when arrive)

Extras like pumpkin or carrot muffins or apple cobbler or lukshen kugel are nice because they can also be used for shalosh suedos cold with the salads.

If you don’t have an oven I’ve put chicken and rice with veggies in a crockpot and stuck a kugel on top. Used a Shabbos clock to turn off after the meal.
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