Nine Days Menu Ideas

Trying to think of what to make for the nine days? Below are links to some of the fish, salad and vegetarian main dish recipes on this site.

Fish Recipes

Mostly, my idea of making fish is to slather something on top and then roast it in the toaster oven for about20 minutes at 425 degrees. I don’t have a recipe posted for this, but salmon is excellent roasted with a slather of Ta’amti sun-dried tomato spread and a sprinkle of Parmesan on top.

Garlic Paprika Tilapia (the most popular fish recipe on my site)

Suzy Cohen’s Moroccan Salmon (also popular)

Chermoula Roasted Salmon
Zata’ar Broiled Salmon

Tapenade Salmon

Pesto Tilapia

Asian Honey BBQ Tilapia

Pan Seared and Slow Roasted Salmon Trio

Summery Tomato Basil Salmon

Fish Tacos

Salad Recipes:

Corn and Tomato Salad

Mom’s Tomato Salad

Health Bar Super Salad with Feta

Avocado, Tomato and Hearts of Palm Salad

Ida’s Flat Bread Salad

Asparagus, Spinach and Portobella Mushroom Salad

Spinach Quinoa Tabbouleh

Chipotle Avocado Quinoa Salad

Tomato Mint Quinoa Salad



Vegetarian Recipes:

Easy Eggplant Parmesan

Toasted Goat Cheese Ravioli (okay, so you are not so likely to make homemade ravioli, but the idea of toasting ravioli works with store-bought ravioli, too)

Dairy Spinach Kugel (two versions)

Feta Compli (even more fabulous dairy spinach kugel)

Spinach Corn and Roasted Red Pepper Enchiladas (I give a lactose-free alternative, too)

Vegetarian Moussaka

Nine Days Jalapeno Corn Bread Casserole

Crustless Mini Broccoli Quiches

Easy Bean Chili over Yellow Rice

Roasted Red Pepper and Black Olive Quiche in a Loaf

Spinach and Roasted Red Pepper Tart

Whole Wheat Savory Cheese Muffins

Feta and Roasted Red Pepper Muffins

Tofu Pasta Salad (two versions)

Black Bean Chili over Roasted Sweet Potato

Lentil Tacos

Mushroom Onion Pizza

Fried Rice Salad with Tofu

Tempeh Quinoa Burgers

Smoky Joe’s Style BBQ Seitan

Monte’s Glazed Sham Seitan

Nigella’s South Indian Vegetable Curry

Slow Cooker Vegetarian Vindaloo

4 Responses to “Nine Days Menu Ideas”

  1. Leora Says:

    Ah, the big question is what will my daughter eat. I told her she can eat meat on Shabbat, and she was relieved by that.

    I like the sound of the vindaloo – maybe I’ll try that one.

    • pragmaticattic Says:

      Yes, that is the hard question–not what to make, per se, but what to make that the kids will actually eat.

      The vindaloo is easy to make, which is a plus.

      Shabbat Shalom!

  2. Mrs. S. Says:

    Thanks for sharing all these great ideas. If it was up to the kids, we would have pizza or lasagna every night! 🙂 Shavua tov!

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