Sukkot menu 2011 2


My Sukkot menu is complete! Here’s what we’re having for the full week of Sukkot:

Wednesday night for __3 + 3__ people (meat):

  • Challah, Salads (eggplant, carrot, pepper, zhug, olive, hummus)
  • Main dish: kung pao chicken (bbq chicken for Savta)
  • Veggie and sides: Roasted sweet potato fries, rice
  • Dessert: Fruit, peanut bars, cinnamon spice cookies
  • Spiced apple cider (our Sukkot tradition!)

Thursday lunch for __8 + 5__ people (meat)

  • Challah and salads (fish in olive relish)
  • Main: Lamb stew
  • Veggies: cauliflower popcorn, honey cilantro carrots, squash kugel, spinach kugel
  • Starch: Couscous
  • Dessert: Fruit, peanut bars, cinnamon spice cookie cups with bourbon whip

Thursday night for __3 + 3__ people (meat)

  • Challah and salads
  • Main dish: honey mustard chicken
  • Veggies: Roasted spiced potatoes, broccoli kugel
  • Starch: Noodle kugel
  • Dessert: Fruit, peanut bars, cinnamon spice cookies, spiced apple cider

Friday lunch for __3 + 3__ people (dairy)

Friday night for __3 + 3__ people (meat)

  • Challah and salads
  • Main: lamb stew
  • Veggie: spinach kugel
  • Starch: couscous
  • Dessert: Fruit, peanut bars, cinnamon spice cookies, spiced apple cider

Shabbat lunch for ___12 + 3__ people (meat)

  • Challah and salads
  • Moroccan fish balls
  • Shredded beef sandwiches
  • Spice rubbed chicken
  • Veggies: honey cilantro carrots, squash kugel, spinach kugel, roasted potatoes
  • Starch: noodle kugel
  • Dessert: Fruit, peanut bars, cinnamon spice cookie cups with bourbon whip, spiced apple cider

Seudah Shlishit: ***Items from eruv tavshillin***

Breakfasts: donuts (another tradition!), cereal, yogurt

Sunday lunch: French toast casserole (leftover challah)

Sunday dinner: Leftover gala!

Monday lunch: (guests) Cheddar corn chowder, cheese bread, and kugels

Monday dinner:  (guests) Baked ziti, salad, and garlic bread

Tuesday lunch: eggs and cheese

Tuesday dinner: Leftovers

Wednesday night for __2 + 3__ people (dairy)

  • Challah
  • App: potato soup
  • Main dish: lasagna
  • spinach kugel
  • Dessert: chocolate chip cookies, spiced apple cider

Thursday lunch for __6__ people (meat)

  • Challah and salads (eggplant, carrot, pepper, zhug, olive, hummus)
  • Main dish: Coconut peanut chicken
  • Veggie and sides: squash kugel
  • Starch: sesame noodles
  • Dessert: Fruit, brownies, spiced apple cider

Thursday night for __2 + 3__ people (meat)

  • Challah and salads
  • Main dish: sesame beef
  • Veggies: spinach kugel, squash kugel
  • Rice
  • Dessert: Fruit, brownies, spiced apple cider

Friday lunch for __2+3__ people (dairy)

  • Challah
  • Main: Bagels and cream cheese
  • Veggie: veggie platter
  • Starch: sesame noodles
  • Dessert: Chocolate chip cookies, fruit, spiced apple cider

Friday night for __3 + 3__ people (meat)

  • Challah and salads
  • Main: kung pao chicken, sesame beef
  • Veggie: spinach kugel
  • Starch: rice
  • Dessert: brownies

Shabbat lunch for ___6__ people (meat)

  • Challah and salads
  • Main: chili
  • Veggie: kugels
  • Starch: sesame noodles
  • Dessert: brownies

Seudah Shlishit:

***Items from eruv tavshillin***


About Amital

A die-hard listmaker and observant Jewish mommy of 5, managing the challenges of life bit by bit with the help of a Shalom Bayit book and lists. And chocolate, of course. Lots of chocolate.


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2 thoughts on “Sukkot menu 2011

    • Amital Post author

      That’s how I do adults and kids for servings. I could do 1/2 (so 3 + 3 would be 4.5), but it’s just easier for me to do (Adults + kids). Do you designate that for yourself? I’m curious how/if other people do it.