The Kosher Channel Original Kosher Cooking Videos for you: The Queen in the Kitchen ~ Cooking for The King
If love had a taste, I am sure it would be quince. Never tried it? Here's your chance... in this kosher cooking video on how to choose, cut and cook the lovely quince.
Gingerdoodles! ~ I like to call these "Snickerdoodle's Spicy Cousin." Some say these are addicting, but that's ok, ginger has a storehouse of healthy healing attributes. They're margarine/butter free, too. What's not to like about that?
Roasted Bell Pepper Salad with Cumin~another how to video, this one shows you exactly how to roast bell peppers in the oven. Then you'll learn how to prepare a sumptuous Syrian Bell Pepper Salad. It's easier than you think.
What' so fabulous about fennel?~ Rambam touts fennel as a slimming agent and preserver of youth. Fennel opens up a whole new arena of healthful cooking opportunity.
Too often sidelined as a slippery southern staple but okra is known as "bamia" in almost every Mediterranean country. This is a classic Middle Eastern okra recipe that can make an okra lover out of the staunchest objector.
Another way to take something from mundane to majestic: Meat Roulade ~ with turkey, beef and a surprisingly good filling
Easy Vinaigrette Recipe~ TheKosherChannel.com premiere video! Learn about lemons, garlic and vinaigrette, the Queen in the Kitchen way.
SIZZLE AND STUFF:
Middle East Spiced Chicken Kabobs~ makes for Great Grilling! A Cooking for The King exclusive new chicken breast recipe.
Jewish Holiday recipe: Kosher Meat Roulade with parsley apricot filling sounds fussy, but even a novice cook will find this elegant meat recipe easy to accomplish. The roulade technique made simple with these step-by-step instructions.
Shlissel Challah~segula, good omen, for parnassa, or livelihood. There is a Jewish tradition to bake the first challah after Passover into the shape of a key, or to place a key inside the loaf of challah bread. Learn more about this interesting custom...