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NewKosher Goes Live…Again!
We’re thrilled to announce that NewKosher is back and better than ever! With a new mission statement, new volunteer director and new, delicious recipes, NewKosher is not your bubbie’s Jewish food website.
NewKosher is all about making delicious food for you, your friends and your family. We fully back the idea that anything can be kosher if you put the thought and creativity into it! We offer many vegetarian, vegan and healthy options.
At NewKosher we promise:
- All of our recipes are pork, shellfish and other non-kosher animal free
- No recipes or menus will mix meat and milk
- All of our recipes are tried and tested
- That when the ingredients of certain products (fish sauce, baked beans, etc.) are potentially not kosher, we will suggest a known kosher-certified brand.
- To post any and every (kosher) recipe you send in!
We have two different parts of the website. The first is full menus for events, parties and everyday meals. The second is our Recipe Box, which is an archive of all the recipes on NewKosher. We have different bloggers who contribute to NewKosher on a regular basis and we also encourage you to submit your own recipes and menus. We provide recipe cards for all set menus and also include a printable shopping list.
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We hope you use NewKosher as the resource for all your kosher cooking!
Vegetarian Gefilte Fish
Vegetarian Gefilte Fish By Michael Sabani
* 6 eggs – 5 of them hardboiled
* 1 large onion chopped fine
* tablespoon oil
* 1 carrot
* 1 medium potato
* 2 teaspoons matzoh meal
* salt & pepper
1 – Saute the onion in oil until golden brown
2 – Puree the 5 hard boiled eggs with 2/3 of the cook onion
3 – Put the rest of the onion in a pot with 1 cup of water & bring to a boil
4 – Peel the carrot, cut into round slices, add to the onion water & cook for 1/2 hour
5 – Peel potato and finely grate it
6 – add the grated potato, matzoh meal, & uncooked egg, salt & pepper to the pureed egg-onion mix and stir well.
7 – with moist hands form 6-8 oval shaped balls from the mixture (should be gefilte fish shaped)
8 – Add the balls to the pot with the onion & carrot in it and cook for 20 minutes over low heat
9 – serve cold