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Post  Fri, May 10 2019, 1:23 pm
Raisin wrote:
salmon (black pepper and baked for 20 minutes)
smoked salmon
roasted aubergine boats with techina

top rib pot roast
garlic chicken
mushroom boreka
rice of some sort I found in my freezer
butternut squash souffle
cauliflower popcorn
green beans

chocolate coconut pb pie
choc chip cookies

shabbos lunch:

cold cuts

Can I have the recipe for butternut squash soufflés please?
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Post  Fri, May 10 2019, 1:23 pm
Amalia wrote:
I would love to learn to make Persian rice! I heard it’s amazing, but I never tasted it myself.

And I don’t even know what choresht is - what is it?

This thread is so much fun. Thank you to everyone who is contributing to it!

Persian rice is somewhat more complicated than regular rice because it requires checking, cooking partially and then steaming but it really is delicious!

This choresht is a rich stew with sauteed meat, onion and garlic, and you add tomatoes in various forms, yellow split peas, water and spices. Then you top with French fries Smile

This is the recipe I used:
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Post  Fri, May 10 2019, 1:39 pm
aricelli wrote:
Whats the recipe for oven farfel?

Actually very similar to thunderstorm's recipe.

I don't know how to link that thread here, but if you search "easy oven farfel" it will come up.
Good Shabbos!
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Post  Fri, May 10 2019, 1:41 pm
Leafy salad
Corned beef
Baby potatoes
Green beans

Garlic salmon
Egg salad
Balsamic baby spinach salad
Deli platter
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Post  Fri, May 10 2019, 1:42 pm
Tomato garlic confit...made up the recipe
Had some cherry tomatoes in my fridge starting to go bad I stuck them in a baking dish with whole cloves of garlic salt pepper basil oregano baked for abt 1 hr smells yummm cant wait to eat with warm fresh challah
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Post  Fri, May 10 2019, 1:44 pm
No company, so very simple fare. Tonight: Garden Salad, tuna salad, chicken soup, BBQ chicken, roasted sweet potatoes and roasted cauliflower. Tomorrow lunch is: sliced cucumbers w/ lox, cole slaw, grilled pargiyot, cold pasta primavera (and chicken soup for whoever wants - I keep it in the crock pot). Only fresh fruit for desserts. We are all still detoxing from excessive sugar intake over Pesach.
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Post  Sat, May 11 2019, 9:25 pm
With a recipe from a friend we attempted "indian style" curried cholent. DH is the cook for Shabbos and us 3 girls are helpers, mainly in eating department:)
It was very tasty albeit a bit spicy but the cooking process...
Who hear loves spicy food and has used spicess used in indiian cooking?
How do you deal with the sneezing and coughing fits? DH was mostly fine but the rest of us: teary eyed, sneezing fits. Do you were a face mask when cooking spicy food? I think it is the turmeric that caused the reaction.

p.s. someone here tried it years ago https://www.imamother.com/foru.....p?t=175866
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Post  Sun, May 12 2019, 12:51 am
So interesting squishy, I can't wait for those recipes! How is cooking in a tagine different- does the meat cook differently? Does the tagine go in an oven?
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