Courtesy of Manischewitz and Jacques Pepin.
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Although not “officially” a Jewish recipe, lamb shanks long have been popular with traditional Jewish cooks. What makes this recipe more interesting than the usual comfort-food variety is the addition of black bean garlic sauce, a pungent and thoroughly delicious sauce available at all Asian markets and also 5-spice powder, a richly aromatic seasoning which adds an additional layer of flavor.
Some recipes, although not actually Jewish, just seem that way, probably because they are the favorite of so many traditional cooks. This egg salad recipe is an especially good example. It is often served at a brunch or the “break-the-fast” at the end of the Jewish Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) It is pretty enough to serve on a festive occasion.
You will not believe how sinfully delicious and rich this french toast dish is. It is definitely not for dieters. However, it is a truly fantastic brunch dish which will have your guests swooning! It is the perfect use for day-old challah.
Peri-Peri is a hot or mildly hot seasoning, sometimes a prepared sauce, that is of Portugese origin. In South Africa, Peri-Peri seasoning is virtually a staple. It is much more than a mere hot sauce. Although not well-known in North America, it adds great flavor to many foods, especially chicken and fish. It is available in specialty stores and also from internet-based companies that sell South African products.