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There’s nothing like crunching into a kosher dill pickle in the heat of the summer. If you’re a pickle fan, you probably know which local deli has the best ones and which restaurant routinely sets a bowl of them on the table, even before you’ve even ordered. But have you ever made your own?
As the Jewish holidays approach — especially if there’s a lot of entertaining in your future — it’s good to have a few quick, fail-safe, festive dishes in your repertoire. I call them back-pocket recipes. I have one for brisket (cover with tomatoes and onions; cook low and slow for 4 hours) and one for root vegetables (toss with olive oil; roast at high heat until browned and then drizzle with pomegranate molasses for the last few minutes).
This simple, versatile recipe makes the most of summer plums. For Rosh Hashanah, consider swapping in apples and adding a sprinkle of cinnamon, replacing the rose water with vanilla and omitting the zest.
This colorful dish from the new “Kosher Soul Food,” is light, summery and bursting with flavor.