Chimichurri London Broil

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Vitamix and The Feedfeed. The opinions and text are all mine. Thank you for supporting my sponsors that allow me to create new and special content like this for CookWithChefEitan.com! Today, I teamed up with Vitamix and The Feedfeed to bring you this off the charts dinner, using Vitamix's brand new Venturist machine, that is not only beautiful but also packed with tons of delicious fresh flavor. Chimichurri London Broil is going ...

Hearty Tex-Mex Chili

This Hearty Tex-Mex Chili is seriously life changing! Honestly, I would argue that it is one of the best chili recipes out there! You may think I am only kidding, but this chili is seriously a game changer. Before testing this recipe, my family was not that into chili, but now after testing this recipe a bunch of times, it has become a highly requested dinner every week from every member of my family! There is just something special about the combination of the spicy ...

Greek Feta French Fries with Roasted Garlic Aioli

Here’s the thing about potatoes, specifically french fries, they are great on their own. You know, french fries are crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, golden brown and hot from oil… I mean it’s just perfection. But when you add a few key ingredients it gives them an extra boost of flavor. You literally are taking your fries to a whole new level! To elevate, these fries I have cooked them using a double fry method and topped them with loads of crumbled feta, a generous sprin...

Mediterranean Salmon Quinoa Salad

So the cold has finally arrived in the Northeast.  Like you, all I want to do is eat warm comfort food which is generally heavy and fattening.  Who doesn't love the satisfaction of a full belly of yummy calorie dense food on a cold winter night. Periodically though you have to give your stomach and taste buds a change. So I put together this light but equally satisfying Mediterranean Salmon Quinoa Salad.  The fat and most of the intense delicious flavor comes from the ...

Tahini Oatmeal Cookies

As you all know, I love cookies, crinkle cookies, chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies, you name it ...if it’s a cookie than I probably already like it.  Oatmeal cookies are another favorite but I felt it was time for a do over.  I nixed the raisins and added tahini instead. For those of you who don’t know, tahini is a smooth creamy paste made from ground sesame seeds.  It is very trendy right now do to its undeniable health benefits and unique ability to work beautif...

Indian Style Tomato Soup

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of nutpods. The opinions and text are all mine. Thank you for supporting my sponsors that allow me to create new and special content like this for CookWithChefEitan.com! Today we are making one of my all-time favorite soups, Indian Style Tomato Soup. Anyone that has tried Indian Style Tomato Soup before knows how uniquely delicious it is. For this recipe, I have teamed up with nutpods to make this traditional Indian Soup vegan and ...

Penne Alla Vodka

It's officially winter and all I want to do on a freezing cold day is wrap myself up in a big blanket and sit on the couch by the crackling fireplace in my cozy PJs while watching Stranger Things with a huge bowl of this Penne Alla Vodka in front of me. Nothing is better than a giant bowl of penne pasta tossed in a luscious tomato sauce and topped with tons of grated parmesan, a generous pinch of sea salt, and loads of freshly ground pepper! I mean, this is the ultimate com...

Traditional Mosbolletjies

When researching for interesting bread from around the world I came across this South African bread called Mosbolletjie.  I then played round in the kitchen, developing my own version of the recipe, and after a single bite, I fell in love with this delicious bread. The best way to describe mosbolletjies is that it’s a sweet brioche, traditionally made with fermented grape juice and flavored with aniseed. There is just nothing on earth like a torn piece of mosbolletjie ...

Chicken Tinga Tacos

Hey Guys! I had a crazy busy schedule this weekend. For my brother Yoni's birthday, we went to a restaurant Saturday night, which was really yummy and fun. The following morning, I spoke on a student panel at my high school's open house then met with my stylist for a photoshoot of me in the outfit she styled for the event later that day. That evening I headed into the city for the 5th Annual Orthodox Jewish All Stars Awards where I was a judge at the cooking competition. It was such an incred...

Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies

I am known for my huge cookie obsession. Not a day goes by without me consuming at least one cookie. I eat practically all the cookies out there, chocolate chip, oatmeal, crinkle, you name it.  Basically, if its a cookie I am here for it. But I'll be honest, when my cookie cravings come on I don't always want to wait for the butter to soften and to make a whole elaborate cookie. I need something super simple but at the same time yummy and satisfying.  These Chocolate Dipped ...

Pomegranate Glazed Salmon

What’s your favorite fish in the whole wide world? Mine is without a doubt salmon. It’s probably obvious by all the salmon recipes I've posted on the blog. Today I found one of my new favorites, this Pomegranate Glazed Salmon. Not only does it make enough to feed a whole family in under 30 minutes but it's also incredibly delicious and beautiful.  I was inspired by flavors of the middle east with the pomegranate and cumin in the glaze, additionally, I added other ingredients to ...

Redoing My Spices

Today is an exciting day! Hands down, my favorite ingredients in my kitchen are my spices. Whether I am mixing them together in a spice rub for fish tacos or frying them in some ghee for an Indian curry, I love cooking with spices. Spices are used all around the world to add flavor and aroma to our favorite dishes.  Up until now, at my house, we had a big collection of spices, but to be honest it was kind of a mess.  It was always hard to find the spice we needed and very often ...