Archive For The “Pesach” Category

Vegetarian "meatballs"

By | April 11, 2014

I’m way too tired to be blogging now … the kitchen has just been completely Pesach-ed and my brain is completely asleep. But I’ve been working on this recipe for awhile, and I really wanted to share it in time for Pesach. Vegetarian meatballs are a great dish to have around if there’ll be any […]

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Zucchini-crust pizza

By | April 8, 2014

How do you take your Pesach pizza? Matzah pizza is probably the #1 answer on that, but once you’ve had your share of matzah, zucchini-crust pizza makes a great alternative. It’s essentially a big zucchini latke, but there’s cheese in the batter for extra help with the binding, and it doesn’t involve all that oil. […]

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Savory matzah french toast

By | April 1, 2014

Let’s talk about this dish. Does it taste like actual french toast? Not any more than matzah tastes like bread. Is it possible to get soft, cakey insides? Well, no, not at all. So why make it? Because. Because buttery mashed potatoes sandwiched in crunchy matzah that gets dunked in eggs, browned in butter, and […]

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Easy chocolate macaroons {recipe review}

By | March 25, 2014

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This is the second recipe I’m testing and reviewing from Pam Reiss’s Passover: A Kosher Collection (you can catch up on the first one here). Follow her at Pam’s Kitchen, and stay tuned for the giveaway later this week! Growing up, whatever desserts we had in the house were healthy ones. There was usually soy ice cream in […]

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