It’s hard to believe that it’s almost Passover and Easter!! Crazy how time just flies. The good news is that it must mean that Spring is on the way. I have so very many wonderful recipes for Passover on my site but am always on the lookout for some new ones. If you are on my website just put Passover Recipes into the search box and you should be able to pull up all of my tried and true recipes from my life. I’ve been trying to make sure that all of my recipes are tagged properly so this should work.
I have a few new ones that I am going to attempt to post in the next few weeks. So be on the lookout.
There are so very many wonderful recipes that have been in our family for years and am certain that you would enjoy making them a part of your family’s tradition as well. Some of these recipes contain dairy and some do not , clearly the ones containing dairy would not work for those who keep kosher. I think there are enough of both on here. I am always open to new recipes if you’d like to send them to me. I may not get to post them till next Passover but please feel free to email them to me.
Some of the Passover recipes you may want to look at:
Peach Farfel Recipe — an absolute winner, it’s never Passover without it.
Grandma Regina’s Farfel Recipe–obviously a part of my life since I was a young girl
Julie’s Brownie Recipe–a recent addition but wonderful one. Who doesn’t want chocolate? even on Passover with no flour?
Homemade Chicken Soup with not so Homemade Matzoh Balls–what would Passover be without matzoh balls?
Honey Roasted Chicken–good for anytime and perfect addition to the holiday table
Chicken Marbella–one of our favorite chicken dishes for Passover
Old School Meatballs–sweet and sour meatballs
Karyn’s Cranberry -Apple Crisp for Passover–Best Ever
Sweet Matzoh Pudding–wonderful
Judy’s Apple Matzoh Kugel for Passover–an awesome addition to any table
Cathy’s Popovers–perfect served with gefilte fish and matzoh ball soup , just leave them on the table and watch them disappear. Light and Delicious.
Spinach Souffle for Passover–a delicious vegetable side dish
Happy New Year Brisket–originally added for Rosh Hashana but why not for Passover?
Meringue Cookies–easy and great for dessert
Macaroons–my all time favorite
Charoset–gotta have it
Ellen’s Passover Apple Cake–another wonderful addition to any Passover Dessert Table
Matzoh Brei–what to do with all that leftover matzoh during Passover