Observing the upcoming Jewish Passover holiday requires a change in cooking style, as many foods are forbidden. You may also have limited equipment, be cooking for a crowd or hosting for the first time.
Below I’ve collected what I think are the most useful posts and Kosher for Passover recipes from Cooking Manager.
I hope you find these recipes and tips useful whether or not you celebrate.
Note: For Passover, replace flour in recipes with matzah meal.
All Passover recipes are gluten-free, unless they contain matzah meal. Most are “non-gebrokt.” For more information see: Guide to Buying Gluten-Free Products on Passover.
Soups, Appetizers, and Sauces:
Passover Egg Noodles (gluten-free)
How to Make Patties from Anything and Everything (just leave out legumes, grains and flour)
Chicken with Black Olives and Tomatoes (on my other site)
Twenty Minute Dinner Challenge: Tuna Stir-Fry (omit soy sauce and serve with matza, potatoes or quinoa)
Vegetables and Salads:
Potato Kugel or Latkes (includes detailed food processor instructions)
Quinoa Tabbouleh (for those who eat quinoa on Passover)
More recipe lists:
More Tips and Techniques from CookingManager.Com:
Guest Post on Passover and Food Processors at Orthonomics.
Links for an Easy and Frugal Thanksgiving Dinner (many tips are applicable for Passover)
See also Passover at A Mother in Israel.
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