Everyone is getting over colds here, and with some very un-Washington cold weather, chicken soups have been a frequent flyer. I made 2 recipes from Kimmie at She’s in Her Apron, on Youtube. The first one I’ll put the link here. The only thing I changed was the herbes de Provence. I don’t care for a strong… Continue reading Chicken orzo
I about fell out of my chair when I saw this. Heather from The Kneady Homesteader post great videos on Youtube. But this one shows how she makes a bechamel sauce and she goes on to explain that we can use it for any cream of soup. So no need to buy a can of “what is in… Continue reading an easy way to make any cream soup
Did she just say HAM! Well, that’s what’s in the original recipe. Of course, I didn’t use ham because that isn’t kosher. But Paula Deen has some awesome recipes and that doesn’t mean I can’t convert them and make them kosher! I started with this recipe and substituted out the treif ingredients. That is smoked turkey… Continue reading Paula Deen’s HAM and Bean soup.
I love Chinese food. Unfortunately, there aren’t any kosher Chinese restaurants near me. So I was happy to see the Nosher run some Chinese inspired recipes in December for those of us that prefer to cook at home. You can find their page here. 1 cut-up chicken … Continue reading Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken
I see yummy recipes on Youtube.com and cooking shows on t.v. The problem is they aren’t kosher recipes. I started this project as a way to show others that keeping kosher doesn’t mean you have to miss out on great tasting food. It also doesn’t mean that you can’t eat but certain styles of food.… Continue reading Kosher Meatloaf
quick meal, and it’s still kosher!