Archive For The “Pareve Recipes” Category

{No-bake} Coconut caramel biscuit cake

By | July 3, 2014

This recipe first appeared in the March 31, 2014 edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my cooking column in Binah magazine. The heat has been kind of extreme around here. Friday, Shabbos, and Sunday were 39 C (that’s 102 F), and it hasn’t been too much cooler since then. Oddly enough, until maybe a month ago, I […]

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Black & pink chocolate chip cookies

By | June 26, 2014

What’s pareve and fancy-looking but not complicated to make? Black & pink chocolate chip cookies! (Sorry, that wasn’t much of a riddle.) These cookies have their origins in this dairy kind, which I first made three years ago. Then last summer, I took my best chewy chocolate chip cookies and used them as a base for a pareve […]

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{What My Toddler's Eating} Vegetable bulgar patties

By | May 15, 2014

There are a couple of really important things about these patties. (1) They’re baked, not fried. If you haven’t noticed, I kind of always fry my burgers/latkes/patties so this is fairly groundbreaking. (2) When you don’t fry, you don’t have to distract your toddler from turning off the stove. I know, that sounds really safe. […]

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Sun-dried tomato chummus

By | May 13, 2014

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When my husband tasted this chummus, he told me it was Rosh HaShanah-worthy. Next he said it was Dad-worthy. (Is that the same level of goodness?) When my son tasted this chummus, he didn’t say much. He was too busy doing a face-plant into his sandwich. And when I tasted it? Immediate and undying love. If […]

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