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Thursday, November 12th, 2009

1) 5 cups milk
2) 1.5 cups sugar
3) 3 tablespoons semolina
4) 50g. butter
5) Lemon peel
6) 9 eggs
7) Vanilla

Cooking according to Jewish cooking recipes:
Take three cups of milk and pour into a pot. Dissolve one cup of sugar in the milk. Set the pot with kosher food on fire and slowly stirring the contents, add 3 tablespoons of semolina. Cook the kosher deserts for 8-10 minutes until it boils down.
Take five eggs and separate the white from the yolk. Whip up the egg whites.
Cool down the kosher deserts from semolina and add 50gramms of butter, lemon peel and keep constantly stirring the kosher product, add 5 egg yolks one by one. Stirring the mixture of kosher food products, add the beaten egg whites.
Oil an oven pan and lay the mixture of kosher food products there. Strongly heat the oven. Bake the kosher palette for about 30 minutes.

Sauce for kosher recipe (desert):
Take 4 eggs and separate the yolks from whites. Grind the yolks with 0,5 glass of sugar. Add 2 cups of milk and bring to a boiling point, stirring products kosher constantly. Remove sauce from heat and add a few packs of vanilla.
Cool down mixture, stirring it.
Put the baked semolina mixture into a dish and pour sauce.

Symbolism of the kosher deserts:
Semolina is a symbol of the manna from heaven, which the Jewish people ate during their wanderings in the desert. All 40 years, manna was the only food for the Jewish people. Sugar and vanilla symbolize the sweetness and pleasantness of manna.

Kosher bison meat

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Healthy eating tips – kosher bison meat. 


Bison meat (also known as buffalo meat) is one of the healthiest and best tasting meats you could ever eat. Buffalos are usually grass-fed and grow healthy, so you can enjoy the taste of kosher bison meat. Their meat is very tender and delicious, if cooked properly. Bison meat is becoming more and more popular nowadays. Some luxurious restaurants offer bison meat foods in their menus.


Bison meat is very nutritious (actually kosher bison meat is the most nutritious meat that you could ever find!). Because of its nutritious value the kosher bison meat is strongly recommended by many food and medical experts. The taste of bison meat is similar to the taste of high class beef meat. But at the same time, you will find that the taste of bison meat is a lot more tender and sweet.

Kosher bison meat contains a lot more minerals and proteins that other meats (relatively to the value of its calories). At the same time, the level of cholesterol, fat and calories in kosher bison meat is much lower than in any other meat. Bison meat is also considered healthier for eating than other meats due to its higher content of fatty acids and iron.

Kosher bison meat nutrition facts (accounted for 100g of cooked meat):


                             Kosher Bison Meat           Beef         Pork        Chicken

Fat contents:                 2.42g                           9.28g         9.66g      7.41g

Calories:                      148Kcal                         211Kcal    212Kal    190Kcal

Cholesterol content:     82mg                        86mg        86mg         89mg

As you can see from the table above, kosher bison meat is perfectly suitable for people, who are on low calorie, low-fat or low cholesterol diet. The taste of bison meat is fresh and exclusive, and it can also be used for different dishes and in different forms. Kosher bison meat is very easy to prepare. Kosher buffalo meat can be easily used in any dish, which contains meat, in order to substitute beef or chicken. And you can be absolutely sure that it will not only make your meal healthier, but will improve its taste as well.

Kosher bison meat is very easy to prepare and you do not need to be a specialist to make it taste good. You can cook kosher bison meat just like you usually cook beef, as just like beef, this meat tastes better, when cooked rare or medium. Try to cook the meat so that all the meat juices stay inside.

Check out offerings of kosher bison meat to taste the tender and delicious meat and eat healthier today!

Kosher chicken recipe – STUFFED KOSHER CHICKEN NECK

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

Ingredients for kosher gourmet food:

1. Kosher chicken or goose fat
2. Skin from a kosher chicken, goose or duck neck
3. Flour
4. Garlic clove
5. Pistachios
6. Onions
7. Dry basil leaves
8. Rosemary
9. Small carrots
10. Small potatoes
11. Chestnut
12. Lettuce

Cooking method for keeping kosher, according to kosher recipe chicken:

Remove the skin from a kosher chicken, goose or duck neck (if you don’t have such kosher food product for cooking kosher meal, just remove kosher chicken skin and sew it so it looks like neck skin).

Finely chop a garlic clove. Chop onions and fry them. Grind pistachios. Mix the Jewish kosher foods with fat, flour, onions, salt, pepper, and stuff the neck with this kosher food product mixture. Cook the kosher chicken neck in small amount of water on medium or low heat, then remove from water and fry. Smear potatoes with oil, then dip in basil and rosemary, then put into an oven to bake along with carrots and chestnuts.

Sauce used for kosher chicken recipes  kosher food list of ingredients:

1. Beef fat
2. Onions
3. Flour
4. Broth
5. Root of parsley
6. Thyme
7. Tomato paste
8. Bay Leaf
9. Beef marrowbone
10. 1 tablespoon of brandy
11. Quarter cup of some sort of red kosher wines
12. Parsley
13. Lettuce

How to prepare the sauce for kosher recipes:

Chop carrots and one small onion. Melt one-fifth of a cup of beef fat and fry finely chopped carrots and onion in beef fat.
Add a spoonful of flour. Continue stirring the kosher palette and add a cup of strong beef broth, bay leaf, parsley, thyme and cook the kosher meals for two hours on low heat.Then add a teaspoon of spicy tomato sauce and cook the kosher meals for another half hour. Remove marrow from the bone, cut it and put into water for a few minutes. Take a quarter cup of some sort of red kosher wines, add onions and boil for a few minutes. Add the sauce, which was cooked before and 1 tablespoon of brandy. Cook the Jewish kosher food on low heat for 10 minutes. Put the marrow from bones into sauce, add 1 teaspoon of finely chopped parsley and salt.
Remove from heat.

Stuffed neck is one of the traditional dishes, for which you can find many different Jewish recipes. Traditionally, kosher wines are used for sauce, where it bears its usual symbolism as a part of Jewish tradition.


Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Ingredients for Jewish meat:

1. Beef, veal, chicken legs
2. Chicken (or turkey or goose) neck, stomachs, hearts, wings
3. Eggs
4. Onions
5. Carrots
6. Garlic
7. Bay Leaf
8. Black pepper peas
9. Salt

Kosher recipes cooking:
Put chopped veal (or beef) legs into cold water and cook the kosher meat over medium heat in a covered saucepan for 5 hours.

Then add the chicken (turkey or goose) Jewish meat ingredients and continue cooking the kosher meat for another 2 hours. Then add carrots, after 15 minutes – onions, along with bay leaf, pepper and salt.

After 15 minutes, remove the kosher meat from heat.Separate the Jewish meat, stomachs, and hearts and chop them.Mix the kosher meat ingredients and pass through a meat grinder.Chop garlic finely.

Put the Jewish meat in a deep dish, but first pour strained broth into this dish (you should have enough broth to cover half of the dish, and some more broth left). Put the Jewish meat in a cold place and when the broth thickens, put sliced hard-boiled eggs on top, as well as sliced carrots and sliced garlic.Cover the Jewish kosher foods with the remaining of broth and put in a cold place.Serve the kosher meat with horseradish.

 Jellied kosher meat is a dish prepared from simple, inexpensive ingredients, and it symbolizes the hard times, when Jews were mostly poor and could not afford expensive food.Horseradish, which is used for serving in this kosher palette, is a symbol of their unpleasant life in those times.Jellied kosher meat is cooked for a long time, because overcoming these hard times took a long time.Hearts in this dish symbolize the fact that the Jewish religion does not only address to the mind, but also to the heart of people.