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I know, I know. In my last post, I lamented the passover-takeover of the world. And here I am, gearing you all up into full swing for passover. But let’s face it. Whether or not you’re ready, whether or not you want it to happen, whether or not you like it…Pesach is coming.
You’ve all been asking me for Passover recipes, and you know that I’m always here to help! I went through every single recipe on my blog, and picked out all of the recipes that are kosher for pesach. Some needed minor adaptions, which I’ve noted below, but a surprising number of the foods we eat all year long are totally acceptable on pesach too! Once I was it at, I wanted to make sure this was the ultimate passover planning resource, so I gathered some recipes from blogger friends and other sites that look delicious and are kosher for passover as well! Some of these recipes may need minor changes to make them work – feel free to comment here or in my Facebook Group if you need suggestions. Please note that any recipes that aren’t on my site haven’t been tested by me. Check every recipe to make sure the ingredients work for passover, and especially for your customs.
Happy planning, shopping, cleaning and cooking! (Is that even possible?!)
Appetizers and Dips
Mushroom Beef Sliders (use matzoh meal instead of the bread crumbs)
Salads and Soups
Roasted Red Pepper Soup (use a peeled potato instead of the beans)
Zucchini and Broccoli Soup (use a peeled potato in place of the beans)
Rainbow Roasted Potato Salad (omit vegetables that aren’t acceptable)
Healthy Mock Breaded Cauliflower (use matzoh meal instead of bread crumbs)
Broccoli Kugel Muffins (use matzoh meal or potato starch instead of bread crumbs)
Kasha (Quinoa) with Onions and Mushrooms…and a Cookbook Review (use quinoa option mentioned in recipe)
Mini Potato and Zucchini Kugels (use potato starch instead of flour)
Marsala Roasted Mushrooms (You can use plain red wine, which I’m sure you’ll have around)
Desserts, Snacks and Drinks
Flourless Brownies (I would try this with regular oil and sugar, instead of coconut)
Still looking for Passover recipes? You might want to consider one of these great pesach cookbooks:
The New Passover Menu (exciting new cookbook by Paula Shoyer! Stay tuned for more details.)
4 Bloggers Dish (eBook by some of my blogging buddies!)
The Spice and Spirit Passover Cookbook (An old classic – but still a favorite!)
You might also want to check out the following roundups:
25 Vegetarian Passover Recipes via Kosher on a Budget
Looking for something brand new? Don’t worry – I’ve got you covered! Stay tuned for some amazing new recipes coming in the next couple of weeks!
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Thanks for stopping by folks! I’m so glad you’re here, and hope this list makes things easy for you! Come back soon for more amazing treats! – Miriam
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