Meat, potatoes, barley and beans are the main ingredients in cholent, a traditional Jewish stew.

Meat recipes

Broadly speaking within kashrut, meat refers to all meats that are deemed kosher. Follow the links below for recipes for meat starters, mains and side dishes.

Meat starters

Meat main courses

Meat side dishes

All pareve foods are suitable to be eaten with both meat and dairy foods, but meat and dairy foods are not to be eaten together.

The rules of kashrut are quite complex. To find out more about the laws of kashrut and keeping kosher, please have a look at the Kosher Handbook on the Chabad website.

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