More Great Products to Use on Shavuos

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Cooking for kids is easy (really!) if you use the right ingredients and flavors. We know that our GKC readers enjoy hearing about new or existing products in the market (thanks for all those great comments that tell us so) and how we can use them in our everyday and holiday cooking, especially if they help get our kids to eat. Here are a few more products to use in your Yom Tov – just watch; your kids will eat every bite.

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Jeff Nathan’s Gourmet Panko: Panko finally became kosher a few years ago and it is a “must have” staple in my pantry. Panko is the name for Japanese-style bread crumbs. They are crispier than regular bread crumbs and create a crunchier texture since they hold up better through the cooking process. They are less greasy too because they absorb less oil. This brand has a variety of flavors that add a little zing to every recipe. Try them in our Panko Crusted Chicken Nuggets or in Salmon Burgers. They can be used in place of breadcrumbs in any recipe to create a crispy topping or a lighter feel in meatballs.

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Mehadrin Ice Cream: Everyone looks forward to extra ice cream on Shavuos. Mehadrin’s dairy and pareve ice creams are so smooth, creamy, and sweet that they are delicious on their own or in these decadent ice cream desserts – Tiramisu Bundt Cake or Razzle Dazzle Ice Cream Pie.

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Lipton Onion Soup Mix: Finally, Lipton made a kosher onion soup mix! A welcome addition to the every kitchen. Onion soup mix adds great flavor to meat, dips, and of course, soup. Try the traditional recipes on the back of the package, like the onion dip with sour cream (I put that on top of salmon and bake it in a 425 degree oven for 15 minutes – amazing, melt-in-your-mouth salmon) or use it in Brick Roast for the easiest and most delicious Shabbos roast.

Let us know how you use these products and we can post your recipes. Submit a recipe here or send us an email with a product you would like to see featured and we can make some recipe suggestions. Happy cooking and good Yom Tov!

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