Summer Shabbat lunch ideas


Cooking chicken and veggies

With summer coming, it’s time to think of cool and easy ideas for Shabbat lunches. I don’t usually use a slow cooker in the summer, and it’s good to have a list of options handy to help me plan.

  • salads / spreads (like roasted eggplant, hummus, pepper, carrots olive tapenade, tomato dip, zhug)
  • veggie tray (with dips?)
  • sunflower seed cabbage salad or coleslaw
  • gazpacho
  • sesame noodles
  • pasta salad
  • peanut noodle salad
  • pesto noodles / pesto couscous
  • deviled eggs
  • Egg salad / tuna salad / chicken salad
  • kugels (spinach, broccoli, sweet potato, potato, noodle, squash, carrot, onion, etc.)
  • roasted veggies (potato, cauliflower, )
  • tex mac (layer lettuce, crushed “nacho” chips, noodles, and ground meat cooked in taco sauce, maybe avocado)
  • roasted chicken
  • cold cut
  • deli roll

What do you use as your go-to meal for Shabbat lunch?


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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