This chicken is gently fried & then baked in the oven in a wonderful orange juice & honey sauce…yum! Advertisements
I know… its might be hard to believe that there could be such a delicious wonderful thing to make with matzo..I do love matzo though & have no issue with eating it 1000 ways..my fav being fried matzo….but this baklava is AMAZING!
This recipe is a bit different than the usual matzo crunch that I have made before.. You can make this recipe with crackers if matzo isn’t your thing! or if you want to make it during the year!
Another kugel…this one is full of fruit, not too sweet & I think it will be good for breakfast with some yogurt on the side…but I am going to serve it first as a side dish.
Moist & tender, this apple cake is very good. A perfect dessert for any day during the week of Passover
Not a kugel!!! More like a farfel pilaf! This is actually a dish that I would make during the year & not just for Passover! If you don’t want to use fearful, you can do the same thing & use quinoa…
I have so many recipes for Passover & I usually make the same ones each year. This year I am going to try some different ones. This potato kugel recipe has grated carrot in it!
I posted a recipe for Passover Egg Noodles last year which I have been making for many years. I told my friend Mrs. Shapiro about them & she wanted to show me a different recipe for egg noodles!
I went over to my friends’ house, Mrs. Shapiro & she showed me how to make bagels for Passover. (I will be posting several recipes for Passover in the next few weeks…if you don’t celebrate Passover..I hope you won’t mind:)
I made this cake for Passover but I know it will be good anytime of the year so am posting it in dessert dishes!!
This Chocolate Macaroon cake is delicious. Perfect for Passover but I will be making it during the year I am sure. I served it for the first Seder with the Frozen Lemon Meringue Dessert dessert, posted in this blog, & I think people had a hard time choicing, so they tried some of both! Everyone…
This recipe is good all year & can be served during Passover or would be a beautiful dessert for Easter dinner! The recipe is from Chatelaine magazine 2013. I have made this a couple of times. This year, at my Passover seder, my guests loved it!