No meal would be complete without this sweet and tart dessert. My sister-in-law Sarrit whipped up this treat for me during a recent visit and like most of her recipes, it’s quick and easy with a burst of flavor!
3 gala apples, pealed, cored and chopped.
1 frozen package of berries (blueberries, raspberries and strawberries.)
1 cup of raw oats
3/4 cup of flour
1 cup of light brown sugar
This year I will be spending Rosh Hashanah with my in laws, which means I am going to be enjoying some delicious dishes and will leave with a ton of new recipes for the site! If you don’t want to stress about planning your holiday menu, I suggest using a selection of good ol trusted recipes and spicing it up with a handful of new ones. Look below for some of our fav holiday treats!
Wishing you all a happy and sweet new year! Make it a tasty one.
Happy Kosher Cooking!
xxo Nina – your kosher hostess
Often mistaken as a frou-frou French concoction (it actually originates in medieval Germany), quiche gets a pretty bad rap sometimes. True, the word “quiche” often summons visions of snooty country-club women brunching with mimosas in hand, but, truth be told, quiche was an invention of convenience; an easily transportable food item enjoyed by the masses. Quiche gained especially wide popularity during World War II in England, due to its ease of preparation and its sparing use of meat, in favor of vegetarian ingredients.
Since we no longer ration ingredients in this country, quiche recipes abound, overflowing with pork products. But, quiche is versatile, so let’s try and change that. Quiches take very little prep time or experience. In fact, most of the prep work can be done in a blender, food processor, or whisked up in a bowl. With the convenience of ready-made pie crusts, what have you got to lose? Besides, who wouldn’t want pie for lunch?