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Spanish Tapas Recipes

 

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Make a platter of olives and Spanish cheeses and crackers and serve with this delicious Mint and Fava Beans Spread made with Goat Cheese.

Mint and Fava Bean Spread

Then serve these hot and scrumptious Zucchini and Goat Cheese Tarts.


 

Mediteranean Mezze Ideas

 

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Make a nice big Mezze platter with cigars of your choice, such as Spinach and Feta or Veggie Meat with Tahina and these amazing Zucchini Pancakes with Tzatziki.

Zucchini Latkes with Tzatziki Sauce


 

Vegetarian Chinese Dim Sum

 

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Dim Sum usually has a lot of meat and shellfish, but here are a few ideas to keep it vegetarian.

 


 

Tuscan White Bean Salad

 

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Tuscan White Bean Salad Posted 12/15/2011 by Alison and Jeff Nathan

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Pastrami Latkes with Sweet-Chili Mayo Sauce

 

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Pastrami Latkes with Sweet-Chili Mayo Sauce Posted 12/13/2011 by Sharon Lurie
You don’t have to dreidel your kop or get into a spin looking for Chanukah recipes ‘cause here’s a latke recipe definitely worth frying!

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Greek Salad

 

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Greek Salad Posted 12/09/2011 by Jamie Geller

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M’Hencha

 

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M’Hencha Posted 12/01/2011 by Ronnie Fein

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Nutella-Banana Egg Rolls

 

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Nutella-Banana Egg Rolls Posted 11/28/2011 by Jamie Geller
Nutella is dairy, so if you want to keep this parve substitute with a non dairy chocolate spread.

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Baked Potato Soup

 

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Baked Potato Soup Posted 11/25/2011 by Pam Reiss
Add any of your favorite potato toppings and enjoy this baked potato in soup form!

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Pear Soup with Feta, Pecans & Balsamic...

 

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Pear Soup with Feta, Pecans & Balsamic Reduction Posted 11/25/2011 by Pam Reiss
This soup works best as a starter—half-cup portions are all you need. The reduced balsamic, feta and pecans add amazing texture and flavor. I like to serve the soup with the vinegar reduction drizzled on top, garnished with the feta and pecans. This way your guests can mix it together or have something different in each spoon!

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Black Pepper Gravy

 

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Black Pepper Gravy Posted 11/11/2011 by Jamie Geller

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Curried Squash Soup with Frizzled Leeks

 

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Curried Squash Soup with Frizzled Leeks Posted 10/27/2011 by Naomi Ross
Feel free to experiment and use any winter squash or a combination thereof for this delicious soup. Don’t be intimidated by the curry powder – even non-curry fans love this soup, with its subtle background flavors. Garnishing with frizzled leeks absolutely makes this soup and is worth the extra effort!

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Cinnamon Bun Cake

 

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Cinnamon Bun Cake Posted 10/12/2011 by Nechama Tawil
Editor's Note - we made it the old fashioned way and it turned out great. Mix the yeast with the water and let it sit a couple of minutes, then add the other wet ingredients. In a separate bowl mix all the dry ingredients and then pout the wet into the dry and mix until it all comes together, knead for about 10 minutes and then let is rise for about and hour. Then follow the directions.

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Red Grape Cake with Olive OIl

 

 

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Red Grape Cake with Olive OIl Posted 10/11/2011 by imarealtor33162@yahoo.com
Unbelievably moist,delicious and healthy! Tastes like a Hungarian cake as per my Hungarian niece!(Hungarian baking-the ultimate compliment) This is an adaptation of a Martha Stewart recipe (not exactly hers)

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Pear and Zucchini Muffins

 

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Pear and Zucchini Muffins Posted 10/07/2011 by Rachelle Ferneau
These muffins combine the goodness of both fruit and veggies. Mild zucchini lends itself very well to baked goods, and blends subtly with the pears to keep the muffins very moist and tender.

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