Category Archives: Passover – Vegetarian Ashkenazi

The recipes in this category are Vegetarian and Kosher for Ashkenazi Passover. They do not contain chametz or kitniyot. Note that my family does not consider quinoa or spices like cumin and coriander to be kitniyot, so they may appear here.

To learn more about the Jewish Passover holiday, click here. To learn more about the Passover kosher laws, click here. Note that I do not consider quinoa or spices like cumin and coriander to be kitniyot, so they may appear here.

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Stovetop Tzimmes

Posted in: Gluten Free

Make traditional Jewish tzimmes for Rosh Hashanah, Passover, or any festive occasion. Yams, sweet potatoes and more. Kosher, Meat or Pareve.

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Crunchy Pickled Salad

Posted in: Appetizers

A delightful pickle-flavored salad with cucumbers, cabbage, radish and fresh dill. Cold, crunchy, refreshing, perfect for summer. Kosher, Pareve.

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Fresh Basil Pesto

Posted in: Condiments

Learn the origins of healthy Italian basil pesto sauce. Includes two recipes for pesto, traditional and dairy-free. Kosher for Passover, Pareve.

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How to Roast Garlic

Posted in: Appetizers

Learn a simple method for oven-roasting garlic. Makes milder, sweeter, caramelized garlic cloves that add flavor and depth to your recipes.

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Strawberry Topping

Strawberry Topping

Posted in: Breakfast

How to make a fresh strawberry topping for ice cream, blintzes, cheesecake, waffles, anything! Kosher, pareve, gluten free, dairy free.

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Tishpishti

Posted in: Desserts

Our next Sephardic dessert originated in Turkey. The word for the dish, Tishpishti, has a number of different English spellings (tishpitti, tezpishti, etc.). Jews adopted the cake because, like macaroons, it is generally unleavened and can be eaten during Passover. The cake’s flavor is quite exotic; it’s a dense cake that is soaked in sugary …

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Lemony Almond Macaroons

Posted in: Desserts

Learn to make Lemony Almond Macaroons & learn the Italian history of macaroons. Inspired by Sephardic Jewish tradition. Kosher for Pesach, pareve

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