Purim and crowds tend to go together very often. Can we always count how many people actually ended up eating at our Purim Seudah? Here is a great menu thats easy to prepare for large crowds. Everyone will be happy!
Hawaiian Mini Meatballs Great as an appetizer over rice, these mini meatballs have a marvelous tropical sauce. Because they’re baked instead of simmered, this recipe takes less prep time than conventional meatballs.
Tongue in Cherry-Cranberry Sauce This cherry-infused sauce pairs beautifully with the soft and tender tongue. If you can’t get dried cherries, feel free to substitute dried cranberries.
Mock Dairy Noodle Kugel Not just another noodle kugel, this version uses some extraordinary ingredients that can fool you into thinking it’s dairy. Cinnamon graham cracker crumbs used for both the crust and topping complement its flavor.
Crunchy Vegetable Medley The toasted sesame oil in this dressing adds Asian-inspired flavor, bringing the medley to a new level. The salad works well with just about any vegetables you have on hand. Feel free to experiment.
Rhubarb Ice Cream Pie With its crumbly oatmeal cookie crust and strawberry rhubarb flavor, this ice cream pie makes a grand finale to your Purim seudah. Unbelievably good!
By Chavie Feldman and Faigy Grossman. This article originally appeared in Mishpacha Magazine.