sukkot 2020 recipe ideas
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  • The recipe quantities are for 4 people - to change this, click on each recipe below and edit the servings.
  • To create your personal shopping list for the week, click on the 'Generate Shopping List' button, choose metric or imperial measurements and then view your list.
  • You can easily adjust, add or delete the name or quantity of any item or group of item.
  • Once you've finished, you can print the list or save it (make sure you allow pop-ups) giving you an easy to use link you can use on your mobile when you go shopping!

Please note: When it lists water as an ingredient to buy, please feel free to delete it and use your own water from home!

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Day 4
Chestnut beef stew (4)
Couscous pomegranate salad (4)
Salad with chickpeas and purple sprouts (4)
Chai infused rice (4)
Chicken barley soup (4)
Honey ginger chicken (4)
Black quinoa salad (4)
Hearts of palm salad (4)
Perfect asparagus (4)
Mexican beef stew (4)
Jerusalem artichoke and butternut squash fries (4)
Orange zest edamame (4)
Japanese salad (4)
Apricot miso glazed chicken (4)
World spiced sweet potato wedges (4)
Roasted cauliflower with meat sauce (4)
Radish marinated onion salad (4)
Garlic brussels sprouts (4)
Salmon fettuccine (4)
Green bean chicken (4)
Spicy butternut squash (4)
White bean salad (4)
Mexican nachos and bean dip (4)
Cheesy quesadilla (4)
Mexican cheesy sweet potato bowls (4)
Tomato Tilapia (4)
Tuna steaks with fresh apricot topping (4)
Grilled zucchini chicken salad (4)
Colorful carrot salad (4)
Sweet potato apple salad (4)
Cauliflower blanco pizza (4)
Poached egg salad (4)
Salad Nicoise (4)
Lemon red snapper (4)
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