Come April, Jewish homes the world over are preparing for Pesach. Some scrub their abodes from attic to basement, others are content serving a traditional Seder to mark the holiday. But all share the common denominator of food. For the traditionally observant, no leaven may be eaten or even seen for the eight days (seven in Israel) of Pesach; the preparations regarding cleaning and cooking are therefore intense. And for all those who celebrate with a Seder, there are the customary foods to prepare and enjoy. Matzoh and bitter marror are staples — and easily purchased. Charoset (a recipe that includes apples, nuts and wine) is a delicious food that’s part of the Seder. And, of course, the Seder feast itself (known as Shulchan Aruch), is often a lavish, multi-course affair. Whether you resort to protein or vegetable based recipes, or are searching for recipes without flour that are kosher for Passover, you will find what you’re looking for here.
December 5, 2011
If you like fish, you must try this recipe. Traditional pesto is usually made with Parmesan cheese, but I have...
December 7, 2011
Tzimmes, traditionally eaten at the Rosh Hashanah meal, is one of the many foods served connoting a positive outcome of...
December 10, 2011
Frittata is basically an omelette that is broiled after cooking to set the top and give a nice added flavor...
December 27, 2011
January 8, 2012
This dish boasts a wonderful combination of flavors that is sure to enhance any chicken or meat entr Yield: 6
January 8, 2012
These mushrooms are delicious, whether you make them with or without the Pesach crumbs. Yield: 12