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If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you probably already saw this incredibly helpful list of over 100 delicious passover recipes. Well, ever since I published it, I’ve published a whole bunch more delicious recipes for pesach. Some of them are specifically for pesach, while others are year round recipes that just happen to be devoid of any chometz. Anyway, I wanted to make sure I had one huge list, so I decided to do the ultimate pesach recipe roundup 2.0: Over 150 of the Best Passover Recipes on the Web! On this post, you’ll find the first 100 recipes. Scroll down for the newest options – another 50 of them! – from me and my friends!
Divided by category, here they are! Scroll down and enjoy!
Appetizers, Salads, Snacks and Spreads:
Pulled Brisket and Matzo Ball Sliders (omit mustard powder)
Purple Cabbage Salad with Maple Vinaigrette (omit mustard or use prepared white horseradish instead)
Passover Bagels on Kitchen Tested
Pulled BBQ Beef (omit the puff pastry – serve the pulled beef in a pesach crepe, or over mashed potatoes)
Easy Pomegranate Roast (use red wine instead of pomegranate juice if need be)
Moroccan Fish on Between Carpools (Use vegetable oil instead of canola)
Shake n Bake Drumsticks on Between Carpools
Drinks and Desserts:
Caramel Apple Sangria (use kosher for pesach vodka instead of caramel vodka)
Dried Fruit Stuffed Baked Apples from Cooking with Tantrums
What will you be making this passover? Comment below and let me know! Need some menu planning help? Feel free to ask in the comments below!
I hope you enjoyed this list of Over 150 of the Best Passover Recipes on the Web! Come back soon for brand new pesach recipes! -Miriam
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