Veal Roast

 
stuffed veal roast

September 1st 2013By Alessandra Rovati

Stuffed Veal roast with Swiss Chard and Salami is a tasty holiday main course everyone will love. It is moist and delicious. You can also use Turkey breast to make it a Stuffed Turkey Roast.

 

Tzimmes Stuffed Butternut

 
tzimmes butter nut

August 21st 2013By Sharon Lurie

Apparently there are some vegetarians out there! Being a 'meataholic', I find this quite horrifying! I tease my one and only vegetarian friend (only one, I wouldn't allow any more!) that eating a piece of dried mango is no substitute for a piece of biltong! I'm sure she's permanently hungry! Anyway, during the year I make her salads, but on Rosh Hashanah I make her something a little more traditional. For a different way to serve vegetarian tzimmes, try this.

 

Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms

 
Cheese Stuffed Squash Blossoms

June 23rd 2014By Chef Laura Frankel

Once a year, there is a rare opportunity to take advantage of a culinary delight. Zucchini blossoms are gorgeous yellow/orange flowers that resemble a lily. Most gardeners just ignore the blossom while waiting for the zucchini to grow and then harvest it. I, however, look forward to the blossoms and each year scheme to find them. I haunt the farmers’ markets and neighbors’ gardens waiting to scoop up the brightly colored treasures. Several years ago, I grew zucchini just to get at the blossoms. The blossoms taste like garden perfume. The flowers have a fruity fragrance that is delicate and addicting! Make no mistake though; these are hearty-sized flowers! These are not delicate lady-like blooms. Everyone can enjoy zucchini blossoms! The female flower is a golden blossom on the end of each emergent zucchini. the male flower grows directly on the stem of the zucchini plant in the leaf axils (where leaf petiole meets stem), on a long stalk, and is slightly smaller than the female. Both flowers are edible, and are often used to dress a meal or garnish the cooked fruit. Firm and fresh blossoms that are only slightly open are cooked to be eaten, with pistils removed from female flowers, and stamens removed from male flowers. the stem on the flowers can be retained as a way of giving the cook something to hold onto during cooking rather than injuring the delicate petals, or they can be removed prior to cooking, or prior to serving. there are a variety of recipes in which the flowers may be deep fried as fritters or tempura (after dipping in a light tempura batter), stuffed, sautéed, baked, or used in soups. Once you try zucchini blossoms, you will find yourself plotting ways to get more of these rare delicacies. Zucchini blossoms only appear when the plants are immature, usually in the early summer. I like my blossoms tempura-battered and fried but also serve them stuffed with cheeses, fried and served with a fresh basil-tomato sauce.

 

Stuffed Turkey Breast

 
Stuffed Turkey Breast

June 26th 2011By Jamie Geller

 

Stuffed Chicken Thighs

 
 

Polenta Portobellos

 
Polenta Stuffed Portobellos

June 6th 2014By Erin Gleeson

These stuffed portobello caps are filling, “meaty” and pair well with a lot of sides. Filled with creamy goat cheese polenta and topped with caramelized brussels sprouts and onions.

 

Duck Breast Stuffed with Dried Fruits

 
Baked Duck Breast Stuffed with Dried Fruits

August 4th 2011By Danny Lerner

 

Chicken with Spiced Mango Rice

 
Chicken with Spiced Mango Rice

July 28th 2011By joyofkosher

Savor this fusion of ingredients as they combine to make a melody in your mouth.

 

Broccoli Stuffed Chicken

 
broccoli stuffed chicken

June 13th 2014By Jamie Geller

You can use this same stuffing recipe for chicken breast cutlets as noted in this recipe or dark meat chicken cutlets, salmon fillets, sole fillets, flounder fillets, sandwich steaks or beef cutlets. It is easy and flavorful and can even be made ahead.

 

Asian Vegetable Stuffed Flounder

 
stuffed and rolled flounder

June 14th 2014By Jamie Geller

You can use this same filling for chicken chicken breast cutlets, dark meat chicken cutlets, salmon fillets, sole fillets, flounder fillets, sandwich steaks or beef cutlets

 

Apricot-Stuffed Turkey Thighs

 
Apricot-Stuffed Turkey Thighs

March 25th 2010By joyofkosher

Prepare these gorgeous apricot stuffed turkey thighs for a festival occasion sure to please all. Sweet from the apricots, spicy from the mustard, you get all the flavor in one dish.

 

Quinoa-Stuffed Tomatoes

 
Quinoa Stuffed Tomato

July 23rd 2011By joyofkosher

Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a grain native to South America; children will have fun eating quinoa out of a hollowed-out tomato