Roasted Chicken Thighs with Grilled Eggplant and Mint

 
 

Roasted Apple Slices with Date Honey

 
Roasted Apples with Date Syrup

August 19th 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD

Simple roasted apples often made with brown sugar and cinnamon are enhanced here by using date syrup and cardamom. They make the perfect sweet treat any time. On their own, as an ice cream topping or mixed with some plain yogurt you will love the sweet aromatic flavor.

 

Halva-Inspired Frozen Yogurt

 
Halva-Inspired Frozen Yogurt

May 11th 2015By Jamie Geller

Silan, aka date honey, is a dark, sweet, concentrated fruit syrup that can be used much in the same way as honey, molasses or maple syrup. In Israel, silan is everywhere - drizzled over roasted veggies, slathered with tahini in pita, stirred into yogurt, and featured in braising liquids, salad dressings, and marinades. Sold in BIG jars and less expensive than bees’ honey, I started keeping it on hand and swapping it in lots of recipes. I recently learned biblical references to milk and honey are in fact goats' milk and date honey.

 

Date BBQ Sauce

 
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June 6th 2012By Joy of Kosher

This sauce has a lot of ingredients, but the resulting flavor is so worth it and it should last in the fridge a few weeks. We have enjoyed it on burgers and chicken, it would probably be good on anything anytime.

 

Colorful Tahini

 
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February 24th 2015By Amalia Katz-Magen

When preparing fresh tahini spread at home, it’s important to use high quality raw tahini. I use Tahini Al-Arz*, which is beloved by Israeli chefs, partly for its taste and partly for the fact that it’s considered to be one of the richest in calcium.

 

Charoset Stuffed Chicken Breast

 
Chaoset Stuffed Chicken

April 7th 2015By Chef Shlomo Schwartz

Usually we have leftover of charoset after the Seder nights, many choose to schmear it on matzo as a snack. This is a great way to use it in a chicken dish.