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A unique menu highlighting the classic Jewish and Middle Eastern flavors of the Sukkot season
For starters, I am making a simple beet salad with red onions and pistachios. For an entrée, I am offering a juicy chicken schnitzel, that I have paired with a spicy eggplant relish (think caponata with a middle eastern twist). For dessert, I am offering one of my favorites a nutty and gooey baklava. Make this complete meal today and introduce your family to the favorite flavors inspired by the Sukkot season. All of the recipes are easy to make, and are sure to be a hit with your family and friends.
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Salad - American
Beet Salad With Red Onions And PistachiosWhet your family’s and dinner guests’ appetite with this quick and easy beet salad. It is a colorful plate of red and golden beets, beet greens and red onion in a delicate vinaigrette. Sprinkle the top with crushed pistachios for an appealing crunch.
Side Dish - Middle Eastern
Spicy Eggplant RelishIf you are a salsa aficionado, wait until you dip your chips or crackers in this! Along with the usual tomatoes, this salsa includes diced eggplant, green olives, onions, and briny capers. All these ingredients are coated in a spicy vinaigrette. Make it ahead of time to give the veggies and spices time to marinate to perfection. Serve with crisp matzo crackers or pita chips.
Main Dish - European
Chicken SchnitzelSchnitzel is a delicious way to serve chicken breasts and make them go a little farther. Pound them into thin cutlets and coat them in a flavorful breading seasoned with mustard and crunchy panko. They fry up golden brown in minutes and can be a satisfying main course or a yummy sandwich.
Desserts - Eastern European