When it comes to Pesach cooking, I try to avoid converting recipes by substituting matza meal and potato flour, and instead prefer to make dishes that just happen to be kosher for Pesach with no adaptions needed.
These flour-less No-Bake Chocolate Fudge Squares are a perfect example.
I make these year-round using plain tea biscuits and, at Pesach, simply substitute these for any similar KFP cookie. All that's needed is the crunch so virtually any plain cookie would do.
I've aptly called this 'Apricot 'n Almond Salad' but 'Surprise Salad' may be a more appropriate title.
The surprise comes in the fact that humble parsley - usually used only for garnishing and a hint of herby freshness - forms the backbone of this entire salad and diners are always stunned at how wonderful it is.
It compliments meat, chicken 'n fish perfectly and is even appropriate at a BBQ. Omit the mustard from the dressing and it's kosher for Pesach, but don't forget
No sooner have the hamanstaschen crumbs been swept off the kitchen floor, and the last remnants of glitter painstakingly picked out of every crevice, that everyone is automatically in Pesach mode.
It's with this impending sense of urgency that I am launching my 'Perfect For Pesach' Meatland newsletter recipe collection right now.
First up is this versatile Crustless Spinach 'n Mushroom Quiche - or kugel to some - which makes the ultimate side dish, vegetarian meal, or lig
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Once you've put today's extra special cookie recipe to the test, you'll appreciate that this truly IS a gift that keeps on giving, as you'll continue making these for generations.
This was the most popular dish I ever featured in my cooking school classes - a student of mine went on to make an entire business from this single reci
'Sheet pan meals' are the hottest topic on the recipe blogging scene and it's easy to understand the appeal.
What's not to love about a recipe that uses just one baking pan, can be cooked and ready to serve in under 30 minutes, and easily stretches to feed a crowd?
(The New York Times food writer called this sheet pan trend 'the poster child for hands-off cooking' which sums it up perfectly.)
With the Pesach pace picking up, no-fail recipes like these are a godsend, and