Gluten Free 46 results
  • Samosa Potato Salad

    This week I have Chanie Apfelbaum, from BusyInBrooklyn.com, guest posting. I have been a fan of Chanie for a long time now. I was following her way before I even started my own blog. Chanie's blog, BusyInBrooklyn, is famous for her modern takes on traditional Jewish recipes and her mouth-watering food photography. I have guest posted on BIB a Honey Apple Galette recipe when Chanie had her baby. You can check that post here.  Alright, so can we talk about how ...
  • Kale Citrus Salad

    As you guys know, I am having all of my favorite food bloggers to help me by guest posting here on CookWithChefEitan. Last week, I had Amy from WhatJewWannaEat.com guest posting. You can check that recipe out here. This week, I have the pleasure of having Shushy Turn-Shine, CookingInHeels, guest posting. You may know her from her food blog or her Instagram CookingInHeelss. I love seeing what she is cooking.  Alright, I'll let Shushy take it over from here! Eitan and I began speaking ...
  • White Chocolate Indian Bark

    Yay! It is finally winter vacation! After my first semester of high school, it is nice to have a break. It has surely been a challenge to balance my school work and my "Chef Eitan Work", as I call it. I get home later and have more work than before, so I've had to be even more efficient with my time. I've learned to embrace my inner workaholic and use all the time that I can to do work. I really love what I do. Over vacation, I really like to experiment in the kitchen. I ...
  • Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

    If you are looking for me right now, you can find me in my kitchen obsessing over this plate of Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce. The flavor of these juicy chicken kebabs dipped into the rich peanut sauce is the perfect bite. These have always been something that I've wanted to try. I've just never gotten to making them, until today! I know what you're thinking! But like do you even know me? I get extremely excited about food 24/7. I don't believe there is a wrong time to eat ...
  • Over-The-Top Peanut Butter Chocolate Milkshake

    Happy New Years! It is officially 2017 and I'm starting off the year with a bang! I have decided that this year I will start eating healthy. Today January 1, 2017, I am starting a Raw Vegan Cleanse. Only raw vegetables for me, no meat, no packages foods--Ok scratch that! I am starting this year off, the right way, with a huge peanut butter and chocolate milkshake made of  ice cream, peanut butter cups, crushed Butterfingers, chocolate sauce, and more. This totally decadent over the ...
  • Baby Lamb Chops with Minty Chimichurri Sauce

    This week I am trying something new, here on CookWithChefEitan.com! I have actually never had lamb chops before. I was super excited to try them when I got them from Grow and Behold! We all know that mint goes really well with lamb so I figured, for my first time I had to go with a nice Minty Chimichuri Sauce. If you have also never tried them before, I definitely suggest buying some and topping them with the sauce!  I have been so looking forward to this ...
  • Roasted Butternut Squash Quinoa Salad

    Thanksgiving is just four days away and I can't wait! I look forward every year to Thanksgiving. It's a time when both of the sides of my family get together. Every year, my brother yoni, my cousin Danny, and I sit in my uncles living room watching the Macy's day parade. We even celebrate an early Chanuka while the whole family is already together and exchange gifts. Its just a fun day full of family and food! This year I will be bringing this Roasted Butternut Squash Quinoa Salad. ...
  • Pesto Salmon with Roasted Mini Potatoes

    This week i'm sharing this super colorful and healthy meal. The pan seared salmon over the mini roasted potatoes, topped with the pesto is just yummy! Best of all you can easily pull it off in under an hour, any night of the week. You can even make the pesto ahead of time! You will wow all of your hungry guests at the table with this restaurant quality dish, made in no time!     
  • Pan Seared Denver Steaks with Roasted Potatoes

      I was fortunate to get to try some amazing meat from Grow and Behold this holiday season! If you follow me on Instagram (@chefeitanbernath) or Snapchat (eitanbernath), then you saw all of meat I got to try. I got a bunch of chuck steaks, a french brisket, Denver steaks, and a bunch of baby lamb chops! I can't wait to share a delicious recipe with all of those soon. I'm thinking of doing something Indian with the lamb chops! I’m very excited for that. Today I am ...
  • Hawaiian Chicken Kababs

    I created this recipe two years ago for my first gig at a passover hotel. I hand-made these kebabs for dinner for the 600+ guests. It was crazy! But also so fun cooking in a hotel kitchen. It was huge! It literately took up almost a whole level of the hotel. They were so popular that night, which was awesome. I knew I had come up with a great recipe. It's a kebab of chicken, peppers, onions, and pineapple soaked in a killer marinade! It's the perfect dish for Shabbos, ...
  • Chicken Fajitas

    It's Chicken Fajitas for dinner tonight! It's official, school is in full swing. I started high school this past Wednesday. That means I'll be getting home late and the endless homework will begin. As the school year starts, there really is no time to make fancy dinners that take along time. I came up with a bunch of easy, quick recipes that will appeal to the whole family.  These chicken fajitas are exactly that! They are a quick, "one pan" meal. They have nice&nbs...
  • Steak and Peppers Quino Bowl

    This week I decided to try out the Quinoa Bowl Trend for myself. I filled mine with steak, peppers, mushrooms, and onions. We ate this for friday night dinner and it was a hit! Its a super healthy and affordable dinner. There are so many ways you can make it. You can literately use whatever you have in the pantry or fridge. You can add in roasted squash, left over chicken, avocado, anything!