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The 7 Kosher Meat Recipes You Gonna Love

by Kosher River Cruise Kosher Tour Operator

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In the world of food, there are endless combinations and recipes that you can put together especially on a kosher holiday. No matter what kind of food you love, there is always something new to try. This article will focus on some kosher meat recipes that you have got to try.


Whether it's for a holiday, any celebration or just for dinner one night, kosher food can be a great choice for anyone. Not only is it healthy and delicious, but it also gives you a chance to learn more about different cultures and religions. If you are trying to find some meat recipes that are kosher style, read on and get your taste buds ready!


Brisket With Caramelized Onion Gravy

Brisket is the quintessential kosher food. It's comfort food at its best, and you can't pull together a good Passover seder without it. But preparing brisket can seem overwhelming, especially if you cook it for the first time on an important holiday like Passover or Rosh Hashanah.

Brisket is a cut of meat that comes from the breast of beef cattle, and it's generally very tough because of all the nerve endings in that area. It requires slow cooking to make the meat tenderize, but with proper preparation and some patience, this dish ends up being one of your family's favorite recipes year after year.

When you go to buy your brisket, look for a cut that has a thick layer of fat covering one side. You'll also want to make sure there's plenty of marbling throughout for flavor.


Skirt Steak With Chimichurri

The skirt steak is a thin, long cut of beef from the diaphragm muscles of the cow. It's well marbled, which means it has plenty of fat running through it. If you're cooking for picky eaters, you may want to let them know that this cut of beef can be juicy and tender when cooked right.

One popular way to cook with skirt steak is to grill it over high heat. This helps create a crust on the outside while keeping it juicy on the inside. However, if you don't have a grill or just don't feel like dealing with one this summer, a stovetop will work fine! You can also make skirt steak into fajitas or tacos by slicing it and serving with tortillas, guacamole and salsa.


Chicken Shawarma

You'll need a kosher chicken for this one. Cut it up into bite-sized pieces, and marinate it in a mixture of cumin, coriander, cinnamon, turmeric, garlic, lemon and paprika. The exact recipe you use is up to your personal preference.

For the bread: buy an authentic Israeli pita bread. Wrap your chicken pieces in the pita with any other ingredients you like. Think quinoa or lettuce—whatever works for you.

Next comes the sauce. Your best bet is to make your own yogurt-based sauce instead of buying one from the store—it's cheaper that way! Slather on as much as you want and enjoy!


Banana-Mustard Chicken

This recipe for banana-mustard chicken is tangy, sweet, and features a great way to make gravy in a flash. It's also easy on the wallet and can be thrown together quickly - in fact, it's just as easy to make this dish as it is to buy fast food. You can serve it with rice or potatoes if you want, but we like how healthful it is right out of the pan.

Chicken is an excellent source of protein and Vitamin B-12, while bananas are high in potassium. In fact, one medium banana contains approximately 422 milligrams (mg) of potassium. Your body needs potassium for muscle strength. Potassium also helps your nerves send signals throughout your body - talking about bananas being brain food!


Lamb Chops and Tomatoes With Feta Butter

Lamb chops and tomatoes with feta butter is a great everyday dish that’s easy to prepare.

The star of this dish is the feta butter, which adds flavor to the chops and ensures they don’t dry out. Feta butter also works as a great spread for toast, so feel free to make extra whenever you have time.

This recipe will be using lamb chops that are trimmed. If your butcher has not done this, do it yourself before cooking if you want to show off your knife skills in front of your guests. You can also place some slices of garlic between the chop and the bone for an extra kick!

This dish will give you tender lamb cooked on top of delicious tomatoes, served over rice or mashed potatoes – depending on your preference – with a dollop of feta butter melting into it all.


Beef Stroganoff With Buttered Egg Noodles

Stroganoff is a hearty dish that has become a staple at family holidays. It's rich, filling, and delicious—and with egg noodles, it becomes even more satisfying. This recipe pairs the meaty flavor and unique texture of beef stroganoff with the softness and substance of buttered egg noodles for an unforgettable meal.

Egg noodles are pasta made from flour, water or eggs and salt. Their name comes from the use of eggs in the dough. Egg noodles are common in Jewish cuisine because Jewish dietary laws forbid combining milk and meat at the same meal; so instead of cream-based sauces which often accompany beef stroganoff recipes, this recipe calls for sour cream as a dairy topping instead.

The result is just as creamy but completely kosher! And using egg noodles makes this dish even more filling than before—your family will love it!


Steak and Spring Vegetables With Gremolata Butter

This steak and spring vegetables recipe is the perfect way to mix up your weekly kosher meat recipes. One of the best things about this dish is that it pairs so well with both red and white wine, making it a great choice to share with friends at dinnertime.

Gremolata butter sounds like a fancy name for something you’d find in a high-end Italian restaurant, but don’t be intimidated. All it takes to whip up a batch is parsley, lemon zest, garlic, and kosher salt! When combined with a juicy prime rib steak and roasted spring vegetables like asparagus and green beans, you have a mouthwatering meal that you can feel good about serving your family any night of the week.


Learn and explore kosher recipes when you book your glatt kosher tour and take advantage of the cooking classes or witness professional chefs preparing menus.


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