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Passover Recipes

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Passover Food and Menu
Cooking for Passover comes with its own unique set of challenges, since chametz (anything containing grain that has come into contact with water and risen) must be avoided at all costs. In addition, Ashkenazim avoid kitniyot (which includes rice, mustard,...
Class 3: Vegetables, Starches and Sweets
Roasted vegetables. Caramelized onion potato croquettes. Roasted butternut squash with hazelnuts. Poached pears in red wine sauce.
Class 2: Salads and More
Roasted beets with orange and walnut vinaigrette. Avocado and mango salsa. Salad of romaine with roasted peppers and creamy balsamic vinaigrette.
Class 1: Entrées and Main Dishes
Baked salmon with pineapple-grapefruit salsa. Coconut crusted chicken with mango chutney. Eggplant and beef rollatini with tomato sauce.
Food allergies still do bring lots of challenges, as many of the traditional foods eaten on Passover contain one or more of the Big Eight. We try to have fun in our house, but at the same time get back to the basics with simple ingredients . . .
Watch how to make traditional holiday favorites.
Oh my goodness, KIWIS! I have such a thing about them! They are one of the most colorful, interesting and just delicious fruits in the world—at least, I think so! Opening one up adds such a splash of color to just about any fruit platter, salad or even......
People are forever asking me where I get my recipes from. The truth of the matter is that Hashem has mercy on me and is the One who is constantly sending me new ideas and sources. This next salad comes from my mother, Mrs. Edith Shachter, who created it j...
Yum — this is a real family favorite! Ingredients 1 large chicken, cut up and skin removed 1½ cups dry or semi-dry white wine 1 large onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, diced 2-3 stalks celery, diced 2-3 tbsp. dried parsley flakes 1 tbsp. paprika or smoked pap...
(and I should know - I’ve tasted a lotta gefiltes by now)
I mean, how often do you really make your OWN gefilte nowadays? I used to do this every week for at least six years … and then life got so busy, thank G-d, it was a toss-up: What’s going to give? My sanity, my challahs, or making my own fish? I decided th...
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