I think I am (shockingly) done posting non-Passover recipes until after the Holiday. I can’t imagine going so long without baking (and I know I will be baking Passover goodies, but it isn’t the same!) but I will get over it. Somehow. I hope y’all are cool with some real food, because there might be a higher than usual percentage of that stuff in the next few weeks.
I haven’t gotten to actual Passover cooking yet, but I thought we’d kick things off with a list of recipes that I’ve posted on this blog that are either okay for Passover or can be easily adapted.
I know every family has different traditions and customs about which extra restrictions they follow regarding Passover food and ingredients, so read the recipes closely to see if it works for you.
Mini Shepherd’s Pies (bake without the crust)
Creamy Orange Vegetable Soup (leave out the garlic if you don’t use it on Passover)
Healthy Spinach Latkes (Substitute matzah meal or potato starch for the bread crumbs, adjust quantities as needed.)
Healthy Cottage Cheese Pancakes (Experiment with replacing the whole wheat flour with nut flour, potato starch and matzah cake meal)
Broccoli Kugel Muffins (Substitute potato starch or matzah meal for the bread crumbs)
Sweet and Salty Roasted Pecans (I am not sure if Agave syrup or honey are available with a Passover certification, but you can use sugar or other sweeteners instead.)
Zucchini and Broccoli Soup (Leave out the beans, and add a potato or two if you want it a bit thicker.)
Also, I have a Pinterest board of Passover recipes that you should totally check out. Do you have a great Pinterest Board of Passover recipes? Link to it in the comments so I can follow you!
Lastly, check back here in the coming days, I have some delicious Passover recipes (or at least pre-passover for the days after your kitchen has been switched over) to share with you.
If you have a great Passover recipe, I’d love to see it! Please email me, or comment below with a link! -Miriam