NewKosher is all about making delicious food for you, your friends and your family that is 100% kosher. We also offer many vegetarian, vegan and healthy options.
At NewKosher we promise…
- All of our recipes are pork, shellfish and other non-kosher animal free
- No recipes or menus will mix meat and milk
- All of our recipes are tried and tested
- That when the ingredients of certain products (packaged products, canned goods, etc.) are potentially not kosher, we will suggest a known kosher-certified brand.
- To post any and every (kosher) recipe you send in!
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This week's recipe comes to us from our new friend and Kosher foodie, Mark Meisel. I've had this recipe several times before, and even when I was a vegetarian, I would only eat this meat. Thanks for the recipe, Mark! -Daniela Besides worshipping G_D and laying guilt trips on each other, the most joyous thing in our Jewish heritage is food. Nothing is better than a group of hard to please Jews sitting around a table all loving the same dish. How is this accomplished you ask? … [Read More...]
We have made it abundantly clear over at NewKosher how much we love Persian food, from Bulgar Soup to Pomegranate Walnut Chicken. This dish, a creamy eggplant and tomato dip, will absolutely knock your socks off. While we pretty much stuck with a traditional recipe, we did add one special ingredient: ras el hanout, a Moroccan spice mix. You can use red onion as we suggest, but white onion is more traditional. While it is presented here as a dip, the almost beefy taste of the roasted eggplant, … [Read More...]
Almost every Shabbat/Shabbos dinner I attend is a potluck. And normally, I am just too busy to make anything. So like most mooches, I bring the cheapest bottle of wine or some parve dessert that no one likes. If your dinner is vegetarian, though, this recipe will be your life saver. It takes ten minutes and you will look like a culinary genius. 1 bag of frozen cubed potatoes (sometimes called Potatoes O'Brien or Southern Style hash browns) thawed in the refrigerator 2 cups of grated … [Read More...]
Homemade chocolate syrup or chocolate sauce is key in my favorite drink: a homemade iced mocha! This chocolate sauce recipe is not a dieters delight at all. With butter, sugar, espresso, milk and of course, chocolate, this amazing sauce is truly decadent. 1½ cups of milk 1 oz (30 g) of butter 4 tbsp of sugar 4 tbsp of cocoa powder (any kind will do) ½ tsp of vanilla essence 1 "shot" of espresso (higher quality is better, but a twice brewed coffee will work in a pinch) Melt butter in … [Read More...]