15 Oct 2020

Thank you for your interest and participation in the SPIRIT INITIATIVE demonstration today.

Rochelle Rothman can be reached by email at:  tupmom@juno.com

Catalog:  Click here to order

Rochelle Rothman’s website

Freezer tricks on THE VIEW

Please check out her weekly articles in the FJJ at www.flatbushjewishjournal.com. Her three latest September 17, 2020, page 80 and September 24, 2020, page 62 are a 2-part article on Ingredients Substitutions, which are a must to CLIP and SAVE in your favorite cookbook for future reference. Last week’s article was on Healthy Shopping, page 88.

Click here to access recipes for Rochelle’s Dips

Other recipes:

Quick Chocolate Mousse
1 8 -oz. Rich Whip, defrosted
2 TBS. cocoa
3 TBS. sugar (Splenda)

Mix in Tupperware Whip’nMix Chef until whipped on 1st gear.  Can serve with cake to make a trifle, or use in pre-baked mini-tarts. Make a mini trifle with cookie crumb base, then mousse then Whipped cream topped with spiralized apple.

Pistachio Crust Salmon   Serves 4 Serving Size: 4 oz./113 g  Prep time: 5-7 minutes
2 (8-oz./225g) salmon fillets, skin-on
1/2 cup salted & roasted pistachios
1 lemon, zest and quarter
1/2 tsp. black pepper

  1. Place pistachios and zest of lemon in base of Chop’N Prep Chef.
  2. Cover and pull cord until pistachios are finely chopped.
  3. Season salmon with black pepper and place skin side down in MicroPro Grill.
  4. Add pistachio mixture over the top of each salmon fillets.
  5. Place cover in grill position and microwave on high for 8 minutes.
  6. Serve salmon fillets with lemon wedges.

Banana Strawberry, Blueberry Smoothie
8 oz. almond milk
1/2 ripe banana
frozen, handful blueberries
3-4 strawberries, cut up
2 scoops organic protein powder (I like Orgain’s Creamy Chocolate Fudge)
1 Tbs. ground flaxseed, optional

Put ingredients into either Smooth Chopper or Power Chef and pull cord until totally mixed. Pour into Tupperware Quickshake container to enjoy right away or later.  Shake before drinking.
Nutrition facts per serving: Orgain powder: 6g fiber, 21gprotein, Gluten Free


Take advantage of SALES! Purchase salmon, tilapia, flounder or cod in family sizes on SALE!  Remove them from their styrofoam base and clear plastic wrappings.  The wrapping is NOT meant for freezing properly!

If using right away, take out fillets you need, then place the rest in a Tupperware Freezermates container which has stain guard.  Cover with cool water and seal container, freeze.

Next time you need some fish, simply take the container to the sink, remove the fish in a block of ice easily. Run warm water over the pieces you need, they will drop off; put the rest untouched frozen fish back in the freezer until next time!

You have saved money by buying in bulk, but keeping it fresh., wasting nothing!

Rochelle (Rochel) Rothman has been a dynamic, top Star Sales Manager for Tupperware Corporation, for over 51 years.  She has perfected her recipes while demonstrating her products to tens of thousands of people during her career.  She has organized countless kitchen pantries everywhere using Tupperware Modular containers. Her cookbook was launched years ago, with exciting and novel recipes that even the novice in the kitchen can confidently try!

Rochelle has been featured in The New York Daily News, The New York Times, The Brookline Skyline, The Yated Ne’eman and currently is a contributing columnist for The Jewish Press and weekly in The Flatbush Jewish Journal, and the Torah Times. Her recipes and tips have also been featured on JamieGeller.com.  She was also a guest on The Ainsley Harriott Show, and The View where she shared her amazing freezer tricks. She also appeared on Rachael Ray for her famous Six- Minute Chocolate Cake.

Materials provided in this program are for informational purposes only — The Orthodox Union is not affiliated with Tupperware or Rochelle Rothman.

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