It is almost here and the buzzing about “what I’m making” has already started. I try to put it to the back burner till about 2 weeks before the actual shopping and cooking. I have to admit to already picking up farfel, matzo, and matzo meal and a few other key ingredients. The stores have had Passover ingredients for a few weeks already and I see a few of you sneaking peeks at my Passover Recipes already. No denying it, it’s time to at least start thinking about your menu or what you’re planning on bringing to the Seder you will be going to.
I am going to start posting all the recipes that I think you’ll be needing to look at in the next week or so. You can also go to cookingwithcandi.com and put in the title of the recipe you are looking for, you can also put in Passover to the search box and the Passover recipes should come up . I will try and make sure that all Passover recipes are tagged appropriately. Please do not hesitate to email me or contact me on cookingwithcandi.com , I do try and respond to all inquiries. Any suggestions? I am always open to new and different recipes even if my family always wants the same old recipes. Tradition is what it’s all about.
Here are some of the recipes you might want to take a look at:
Let’s start at the beginning.
Homemade Chicken Soup with Not-So-Homemade Matzo Balls
Traditional Ashkenazi Charoset
Chicken Marbella-probably my go to Main Chicken Dish -it’s wonderful and spring like
Bree’s Slow Cooked Skirt Steaks
Slow Cooked Brisket-Super Easy
Happy New Year Brisket
Old School Meatballs (sweet and sour)
Apricot Honey-Mustard Chicken
Honey Roasted Chicken
Karyn’s Cranberry Apple Crisp for Passover
Grandma Regina’s Farfel for Passover
Judy’s Apple Matzoh Kugel for Passover
Spinach Souffle for Passover-so very easy-Vegetarian/Dairy Side Dish
Chocolate Bark Surprise
My Favorite Macaroons-Traditional Style for Passover