Referring to the Prophet Isa (Jesus):
And [make him] a messenger to the Children of Israel, [who will say], 'Indeed I have come to you with a sign from your Lord in that I design for you from clay [that which is] like the form of a bird, then I breathe into it and it becomes a bird by permission of Allah . And I cure the blind and the leper, and I give life to the dead - by permission of Allah. And I inform you of what you eat and what you store in your houses. Indeed in that is a sign for you, if you are believers. And [I have come] confirming what was before me of the Torah and to make lawful for you some of what was forbidden to you. And I have come to you with a sign from your Lord, so fear Allah and obey me. -- Qur'an 3:49-50
It's not clear to me what the Qur'an is referring to as being made lawful here.
Question: What specifically does Jesus make lawful in Qur'an 3:50?
Online searching uncovers some tafsir:
... Thus he made lawful for them fish and birds which had no spikes; it is also said that he made it all lawful for them so that ba‘d ‘some’ means kull ‘all’. ... -- Tafsir al-Jalalayn (sourced from alTafsir.com)
That is, "I have come to efface and abolish the superstitions of your ignorant people, the hairsplitting of your jurists, the religious austerities of your ascetics and the restrictive additions made in the Law of Allah under the non-Muslim domination; I will make lawful or unlawful for you only those things which Allah has made lawful or unlawful." -- Maududi (sourced from alim.org)
(I didn't find a tafsir at QTafsir.com.)
These give a partial answer to the question, but they (seem to) say different things and don't talk about the completeness of their statements.