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    1 large cabbage, cored and sliced

    1 ¼ cups ketchup

    1 15oz can diced tomatoes

    4 cups ginger ale

    2 lbs chopped meat

    1 egg

    Salt and pepper to taste


    All the flavor of stuffed cabbage without the effort. Unstued cabbage is an easy and delicious way to enjoy the taste of traditional stuffed cabbage but without the work. In a large pot, add the ketchup and ginger ale, stir to combine. Add the diced tomatoes and chopped cabbage. Combine the chopped meat, egg, salt and pepper. Roll into meatballs. I prefer them smaller sized around the size of a quarter in diameter. Add to the pot. Cover and cook on medium flame for 1 ½ hours.



    8 chicken thighs

    2 large onions, chopped  

    1 tablespoon oil

    1 tablespoon salt

    1/2 tablespoon onion powder

    1/2 tablespoon paprika

    1 cup water


    I bake my quinoa in the oven using 2 cups of quinoa to 4 cups of water, a drizzle of oil and some seasoning. Cover tightly and bake at 350 for 45 minutes until the water is absorbed. Scramble two eggs and then dip your chicken cutlets in the egg, and then into the cooled quinoa, pat it on both sides to make sure that the quinoa is sticking to the cutlet. In a large frying pan, heat oil and add your cutlets. Make sure your oil is hot before you put in the cutlets. Do not overcrowd the pan. Allow the quinoa to start getting brown and you’ll see the edges of the chicken cutlets turning white before you flip them. You only want to flip them once. About 3 to 4 minutes per side depending on the thickness of your cutlets. Put them on a cooling rack and sprinkle with some finishing salt.



    1/2 lb. Matza farfel

    1/2 c oil

    1/2 c brown sugar

    1/2 stick butter/margarine

    1/2 c water

    1/2 c chopped almonds

    1 tsp cinnamon

    Craisins to taste

    Chocolate chips to taste

    Cut up dried fruit to taste


    Who says you only need to eat Matza and cream cheese for breakfast? We made this delicious yogurt parfait with @normansdairy Greek yogurt, homemade granola and fresh berries. You can also eat it like cereal! Melt butter/margarine with oil, water & brown sugar. Add remaining ingredients. Spread on greased cookie sheet ( I use parchment paper). Bake @ 350 for 25 minutes. Turn over occasionally (especially watch to see craisins don’t burn). Easy to make double batches. Add chocolate chips after cooking. You can also add coconut.



    3 pounds chicken cutlets, butterflied

    10 frozen basil cubes

    5 frozen garlic cubes

    1/2 cup olive oil

    Salt and pepper to taste


    This simple delicious recipe is great for Pesach but also at any time during the year. It takes only a few ingredients and you can have delicious chicken dinner on the table in no time. Combine all ingredients and pour over chicken cutlets in a large Ziploc bag. Allow chicken to marinate six hours to overnight. Preheat grill or indoor grill pan and grill remove chicken from marinade, grill until cooked through.