让我们为你介绍谁需要的热量出舒适的食物，保Shoyer厨师。一位法国训练的厨师，烹调世界各地的教师和四个孩子的母亲，Shoyer是的，充满活力的作者“的健康犹太厨房”，“新逾越节菜单”，“假日犹太贝克”和“犹太贝克。”媒体机构喜欢The Washington Post,Food52和Chicago Tribune定时功能Shoyer. You might recognize Shoyer, she’s appeared on over 30 TV shows, including being a contestant onFood Network’s “Sweet Genius.”
Interview With Paula Shoyer, The Kosher Baker
PS:我的厨房充满了农产品，瘦肉，粗粮和豆类罐头的。我没有太多的震动酱汁或晶粒随之而来咸香料包。基本上，没有混合型项目，因为我让一切从头开始。我一直有柠檬,大蒜,onions,celery,carrots,大葱和arugulain the fridge. In the pantry, there is藜麦, different types of rice, and various types of canned beans, tahini paste and LOTS of spices from all over the world.
Q: What are some favorite seasonal produce items that you love to pick up from the store?
Q: Halloween is right around the corner. If your appearance onFOOD网络的“甜蜜天才”is any indication of how much you love making sweets, we gotta know what you plan on making for the holiday.
Q: Sweets. Dessert. Healthy – most would think that one doesn’t belong. How do you make healthy desserts that satisfy? Is it all about portion control, or are you a supporter of ingredient substitutions?
PS:We are so used to over-sweetened desserts. I use less sugar so the flavor of the dessert, be it lemon or chocolate, comes through. I focus on desserts with fruit and put them into an unsweetened dough. Portion control is essential; if desserts are homemade and luscious, then you do not overeat them, you are satisfied with one portion. With packaged sweets, they are designed never to satisfy you, so you overeat them. As I mentioned above, I am a big fan of just reducing sugar and white flour in desserts. And I stay away from canned and packaged fillings.
PS:Quinoa and chocolate is one unexpected pairing.西葫芦是另一个;我做了一些真的很好吃松饼碎南瓜和巧克力。
Q: You were in Melissa’s kitchen promoting your cookbook, “The Healthy Jewish Kitchen.” What is the first recipe you recommend people try making when they pick up your book?
PS:芒果凉拌卷心菜;这是对经典与现代旋芒果as the basis for the dressing — NO MAYO!
Q: I’m sure people will love the menu suggestions portion of the book. The Thanksgiving menu stood out to me with the holiday right around the corner. The spread looks absolutely delicious, and I’m sure anyone recreating it would have a photo-worthy spread that would wow their family members. Our table typically looks more like a potluck, where dishes come from all different narratives. What’s a fun, unexpected recipe that appears on your table around the holidays, and could you share the story behind that dish that makes it so special?
PS:Usually, big holidays are above traditional foods, but when my children are all together, I make chocolate babka. It’s an Eastern European baked good, but the recipe came from an Iraqi Israeli. I received the recipe that I use for inspiration at my bridal shower 28 years ago.
Q: We have football on the brain, and always love a good tailgating party. Are there any dishes from your book that travel well that you’d recommend making for a tailgating party?
PS:For tailgating, I would make the grilledcornwith cilantro pesto — it is great at room temp.
Q: Follow up; who’s your favorite football team?
For more information and delicious recipes from Shoyer, visit her blog,The Kosher Baker!
- 1包Melissa's Steamed Baby Beets
- 2杯shredded red cabbage约半头大
- 2 1/2杯切片菊苣
- 1/2小红葱头halved and very thinly sliced
- 1/4cupMelissa's Pomegranate Arilsoptional
- 1tablespoonfresh Orange juice从zested橙色
- 1tablespoonfinely chopped shallots
- 2茶匙sBalsamic vinegar
- 3汤匙extra virgin olive oil
- 1/4茶匙saltor more to taste
- 1/4茶匙黑胡椒or more to taste
To make the dressing
Place the orange zest in a medium bowl with the orange juice, shallots, vinegar, water, honey, olive oil, salt, and pepper and whisk well. Dressing may be made 3 days in advance.
To assemble the salad
Place the cabbage, radicchio, red onions, radishes and beets to a large bowl. Whisk the dressing and pour over the salad. Toss well. Taste and add salt and pepper if needed, and serve. Sprinkle pomegranate seeds on top if desired.