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Calling out for Pesach Recipees


Pesach is almost upon us (Passover to my Americanized bretheren), and the week filled with dry goods and constipation is as tempting as ever. So to ease the collective suffering (for weren’t WE slaves in the land of Egypt) I’m calling upon the faithful to help me out.

Send in your favorite passover recipees, be they matzo brie and macaroons or brisket and borscht. I’ll post them on the site so we can all revel in the singing of chad gad yah and other classics. Original, creative, and whacky are all appreciated as are traditional offerings.

Ess Gezunt,


2 Responses to “Calling out for Pesach Recipees”

  1. julia s Says:

    This is my friend Ellen’s Passover Mandelbread recipe. Enjoy!
    2 Tbsp. Potato starch
    3/4 C. cake meal (scant)
    2 Tbsp. matzoh meal
    1/4 – 1/2 tsp. salt
    1 tsp. cinnamon
    3 eggs
    3/4 C. Sugar
    3/4 C. Oil
    3/4C. finely chopped almonds or walnuts
    1/2 C. or more chocolate chips if desired

    Sift together potato starch, cake meal, matzoh meal, salt & cinnamon. Beat eggs. Add sugar gradually and beat well. Add oil, beating well. Add sifted dry ingredients and blend well. Add nuts and chocolate chips.
    Allow dough to rest for 20 minutes. Shape into rolls, placed on greased cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
    Bake at 350 degrees for 20 – 25 minutes or until done. Cool.
    Slice and dry in low oven (275 – 300 degrees) for about 15 minutes. Leave on sheets to cool.

    Suggestion: Double the recipe. Freezes well.

    Chag Sameach!

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