Jan 252013
 

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Happy Tu B’Shvat!

The Jewish new year for the trees falls this coming Shabbat, Friday the 25th of January, after nightfall.

If you’re plannng to conduct a Tu B’Shvat seder, here’s  a list of haggadot you can download.

And recipes with the Biblical seven species that grow in Israel, for your seder – enjoy!

Vegetarian/Vegan:

Eggplant Stuffed With Burgul and Dried Fruit

Spiced Olives and Potatoes With Olives

Poultry:

Turkey Breast Stuffed With Fruit and Nuts

Roasted, Fruited Chicken

Breads

Sourdough Walnut Herb Bread

Basil Bread

Sourdough Onion Bread

 

Sweets:

Baba BeTamur – Iraqui Pastries Stuffed With Dates or Almonds

Chocolate Fruit/Nut Clusters

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  3 Responses to “Tu B’Shvat Recipes Roundup”

  1. Love your eggplant recipe with bulgur and dried fruit, as you know.

    The basil bread looks delicious too. I sent the recipe to a friend and she wonders why you write to turn the bread over during baking.

  2. I routinely turn my breads over for the last 5 minutes to ensure an even baking all through. If your bread doesn’t need that, skip the step! I detest under-baked bread as much as dried-out, over-baked bread. I guess you have to know your oven.

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