Pesach starts on Monday! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite recipes from our blog, along with dishes from our fellow kosher bloggers and around the web that we can’t wait to try this Passover!
What’s cooking in your kosher for Passover kitchen?
Amerikaner Yapchik from Food, Words, Photos
Lamb and Sweet Potato Lancashire Hotpot from Kitchen Tested (and This American Bite)
Lamb Shanks with White Wine and Rosemary from Ronnie Fein
French Fried Chicken Nuggets from Busy in Brooklyn
Cheesy Stuffed Peppers from Busy in Brooklyn
Cream Cheese Spreads
Cauliflower Cutlets from Confident Cook, Hesitant Baker
Spinach and Potato Nest Bites from May I Have That Recipe
Cilantro-Lime Cauliflower “Cous-Cous” from Jew Hungry (if you have a KforP food processor)
Whole Wheat Pancakes
Maple Pecan Muffins from Couldn’t be Pareve
Caramelized Banana Pancakes from AliBabka
Chocolate Walnut Cookies
Chocolate Chip Cookies from Lil’ Miss Cakes
Lemon Meringue Pie
Cinnamon Raisin Mandelbrodt from Kitchen Tested
Peppered Strawberries with Orange-Scented Zabaglione from Ronnie Fein
Cream Cheese Truffles
Marshmallow Nut Log
Flourless Chocolate Cake
What’s your favorite kosher for Passover meal? Dessert? Let us know.
Chag Kasher VeSameach!
Passover roundups, previously: 2011, 2010
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Believe it or not, we eat well during Passover. We don’t even miss bread. It’s only a week! If you can’t go eight days without eating a bagel, there’s probably something wrong with you (not that we don’t love bagels, clearly).
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