It’s hard to believe that it’s that time of the year again! Today is the first day of spring and I am ready to post my Passover Recipes once again. Passover and Easter fall out over the very same weekend this year and I am sure most of you are starting to think about what you’re going to make . I will direct you to my Passover recipes that shouldn’t be missed. If anyone has any thing that they feel I must add to my repertoire I would love to see it. Please email me and let me see it– I am always on the lookout for new recipes especially for the Holidays. I have a few new recipes that I tried out last year that will be coming out on the blog in another few days. Stay tuned for them. I will also be posting some of these delightful recipes in the next 2 weeks.
My family always loves to see the same old recipes on the table and honestly so do I. The dishes bring a sense of family, nostalgia and tradition . It brings memories of my Mother and Grandmother cooking in the kitchen and of all of us eating together at the Seders.
Make some memories of your own and keep Cooking with Candi. Enjoy and Happy Passover and Happy Easter to all of you.
These are my standard hits and just put the name in the search bar or hit Passover Recipes or google the name of the recipe and cooking with candi.
Let’s start at the beginning:
- Homemade Chicken Soup with Not so Homemade Matzo Balls
- Passover Popovers
- Traditional Ashkenazi Charoset
- Chicken Marbella
- Bree’s Slow Cooked Skirt Steaks
- Slow Cooked Brisket
- Happy New Year Brisket–perfect for any holiday any time
- Old School Meatballs ( sweet and sour)
- Un-stuffed Cabbage–probably one of my all time favs in place of sweet and sour meatballs
- Apricot Honey-Mustard Chicken
- Honey Roasted Chicken
- Peach Farfel–a must!
- Karyn’s Cranberry Apple Crisp for Passover– a must have for every table you can even serve it as dessert
- Chocolate Bark Surprise
- Grandma Regina’s Farfel for Passover–my Grandmother lives on in this recipe and it is always on our Seder Table– a little difficult but totally delicious if you get it right!
- Judy’s Apple Matzoh Kugel for Passover
- Spinach Souffle for Passover– so very easy –Vegetarian/Dairy side dish
- Passover Cobbler
- My Favorite Macaroons–Traditional Style for Passover
- Julie’s Brownies for Passover
- Marcy’s Matzo Crunch Candy — most amazing dessert!