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    Anyone have recipes for yummy stovetop cake (or cookies)? I want to make things but don’t have an oven.

    Also, I could use recipes for chicken, fish and really anything that can be made on the stovetop. It gets hard coming up with new ideas of what to make for supper (especially cause I don’t really know how to cook!)

    All help will be appreciated!




    I don’t have a recipe for cookies, but I do remember my sister using a frying pan for cookies and they were really good!! (During Superstorm Sandy we got stuck with a bowl of cookie dough and no power…)

    Regarding other stovetop recipes, I have a bunch!! I work till 6 so I need supper ready within a half hour when I walk in the door and I find that anything on the stovetop cooks real fast.

    I’ll post one for now and try to make time for more later.

    Honey Mustard Chicken (from Fresh and Easy by Leah Shapira)

    Cut chicken cutlets in to strips. Season with salt and pepper.

    Heat 3-4 tbs oil and add 1-2 onions diced. (The onions in this recipe come out really good, caramelized to perfection so if you go for onions definitely use 2.) Cook 10-15 min till golden.

    Add chicken and any vegetables if using (I like using red pepper, but really put in anything you like). Cook 5 min or until chicken turns white.

    Add 3 tablespoons each of mustard, honey, and soy sauce. Cook 10-15 minutes.

    I serve it on rice, though recipe says orzo is also good.


    Thanks Francorachel3 and streekgeek they sound very good! Please try to post more (and definitely that cookie recipe!!!)

    BTW, when you say mustard, you mean regular mustard from a bottle?

    Thanks again!



    SIDI – I make chicken Marsala (my own recipe concoction), with chicken cutlets that I dredge in flour or potato starch seasoned with kosher salt, black pepper, a little rosemary and basil, and minced garlic. Meanwhile, I saute a medium chopped onion and either sliced fresh or canned mushrooms in some oil in a large frying pan. When they are soft and golden, remove to a disposable plate, shake off the excess flour on the cutlets and saute them in the pan in a little more oil until golden on each side (this takes longer with potato starch, as it browns more slowly, so you will not get as deep a color on it as with flour). Add the onions and mushrooms back in, a little more kosher salt, basil, garlic and pepper if needed, and pour a small bottle of marsala cooking wine (I use Kedem cooking wines)over it cover and let it simmer on a low flame until the wine has reduced to a nice sauce. Check for doneness, as each cutlet’s thickness might be different from mine (I use thin cutlets). It cooks quickly and can be reheated in the oven if you make it in advance. This serves beautifully over rice or quinoa. My family loves this, and you can control the amount of fat you use to saute everything, as well as the spices. Any alcohol burns off as it simmers. Enjoy.


    I’ll see if I could find out about which cookie it was…can’t seem to remember. And yes, regular mustard from a bottle (but not spicy brown).


    Get a crock pot you will love it so many things that u can make i make a mean beef stew and a chili in my crock pot. you can start it in the morning and it will be done when u get home and you will have plenty of leftovers.


    Don’t forget about good old peanut chews. Haven’t made that in a while but you’ll enjoy it if you’re craving sweets and can’t bake. There are similar oat based recipes online, I don’t recall if they need baking though. And there are some no bake cheesecakes out there also, although some ingredients may be hard to find.

    Google “no bake ?” whatever you’re in the mood of, you’ll be surprised at the ideas out there. And learn to improvise to make stuff Kosher/parve. It’s actually fun…

    Good luck!

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