Treats for Shabbat morning

Pascale's Kitchen offers recipes that can be a nice addition to dishes you’re already preparing for Shabbat with your family and friends.

July 21, 2016 12:18
Mini borekas

Mini borekas. (photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN)


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Many Jewish families have a small kiddush on Shabbat morning, and some Israeli families have even gone so far as to call this meal brunch since it usually takes place in the late morning.

I usually prepare rolls in diverse forms and flavors for my family to eat Shabbat morning. Every once in a while I splurge and make a full-blown traditional Tunisian Shabbat morning meal that includes lots of small salads, eggs that have turned brown after being cooked in cholent, and stuffed meat balls.


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