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Passover Recipes

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Passover Food and Menu
From traditional to gourmet to low-fat and sugar-free, this section has everything you need for delicious food the entire week of Passover. You will love these recipes so much, you might just find that you use them throughout the year!
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 . . .
This recipe was designed for Passover, when Chabad custom is to use only peelable vegetables and almost no packaged food or spices (other than salt). It's simple - just carrot, parsnip, onion, and red wine, but carrots and parsnip are surprisingly flavorf...
Cake Ingredients 1 ½ cups almond flour ¾ cup dark cocoa, plus 1 tablespoon for greasing pan ¼ cup coconut flour (can substitute almond flour instead) ½ cup xylitol 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon salt ½ cup coconut cream, from c...
It may be a bit misleading to call these matzo balls, since they have no matzo in them, but they look just like matzo balls, are very tasty and good for you too. Matzo Ball Ingredients 1 pound ground chicken ¼ cup chicken stock 2 tablespoons ground almond...
Ingredients 4 ½ – 5 pounds second-cut brisket 2 tablespoons coconut oil, divided 1 tablespoon coconut flour (can be substituted with almond flour) 4 teaspoons paprika 4 teaspoons garlic powder 1 tablespoon onion powder ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon black pep...
These really take under 10 minutes to make and if you have pretty little cupcake papers, use them. I love these little muffin tins because there is no clean up and they look divine. If you would rather make a large quiche, use the standard round pan or ti...
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