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Salmon Caprese with Lemon Pesto by Reena Goldberger |@ReenaGoldberger

By Kosher Guru / June 2, 2019

This lemon pesto is a keeper. Double the recipe and you won’t regret it. The zesty lemon brightens the sweet basil and salty Parmesan. Served atop this Salmon Caprese layered with tomato slices, fresh basil leaves and tangy balsamic vinegar it creates the perfect bite. Whether producing luxury events in South Florida or entertaining at […]

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Tasty Taco Flatbreads!

By Kosher Guru / May 24, 2019

Taco Tuesday is a big deal all over the world. Ok maybe just the Instagram blogger world but it certainly is a really good midweek day to have this fun creative cuisine. There are so many ways to eat a taco. Soft shell, hard shell, in a salad. Today I have another way to eat […]

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Succulent Moroccan Salmon

By Kosher Guru / May 3, 2019

On our Mid-Winter Vacation with Kosher Luxe in Mammoth California the culinary team there served a delicious Moroccan Salmon appetizer for Shabbos dinner. My kids loved it so much they kept asking for more, and in true Kosher Luxe style they had plenty for all. Upon returning back to New York after vacation my kids […]

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Mandylicious Deliciousness Shlissel Challah

By Kosher Guru / May 1, 2019

Now with Pesach over, it’s time to put Chametz back on the table! This week as the old custom goes, we are putting keys into our Challahs! Why you may ask? Great question. Shlissel Key Challah is a custom that was established years ago, to commemorate the Manna, miraculous food that fell for the Jewish […]

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Eggplant Pizza by Jacqueline Elbaz | @stuffffed

By Kosher Guru / April 14, 2019

Jacqueline is a mom of 4, a personal chef/recipe developer…specializing in Syrian food, and healthy food. She developed her love of cooking from living upstairs from her great grandmother her entire childhood, love teaching and learning from others!

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Heimish Liver and Onions

By kosherguru / April 12, 2019

There was always a dish growing up that I couldn’t get enough of. I remember my grandmother Kashering fresh chicken livers straight from the butcher under the broiler, and then being able to have these amazing fresh hot chicken livers. I love them plain, but I also love them as chopped liver and even in large […]

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Healthier Edible Cookie Dough by Ida Levy | @kitchenaccomplished

By kosherguru / April 11, 2019

I love to make my healthier almond flour cookie dough all year round. It has become a freezer staple in my house! It uses basic clean ingredients, comes together in minutes and is reminiscent your favorite raw cookie dough (without the raw eggs, flour & white sugar). Since there is no baking time, there’s no need to […]

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Cauliflower Pizza by Jessica Wachtel Dusowitz | @Kosherhousewife

By kosherguru / April 11, 2019

I love this recipe because its not only for Pesach, but it can be made year round! There’s no ingredient inside that you would need to change or omit for Pesach which is great! This recipe is so easy to make and the pizza always come out delicious! It’s naturally gluten free and the crust […]

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Pesach Pastrami Egg Rolls by Amy Stopnicki |@amyskoshertaste

By kosherguru / April 11, 2019

I love this recipe because it makes my family happy! Firstly, I rarely fry anything so it is a real treat. Secondly, anything that resembles a year round treat seems to be exciting on Pesach! Amy Stopnicki is a busy mother of four, an active member of her community and successful event planner for over […]

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KFP Lime Cheesecake Bars by Yossi and Sara Goldstein | @tomatoes_tomahtos

By kosherguru / April 10, 2019

You shouldn’t have to wait until Shavuos to enjoy a slice of cheesecake with your morning coffee! These Kosher for Passover lime cheesecake bars are the perfect balance of zesty lime and sweet creamy cheesecake goodness.   Sara is a certified chef who trained in classic French and Middle Eastern cuisine at the Jerusalem Culinary […]

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