Recipes for Pesach – Part IV

Here are a few more to add to your list for the coming chag…

Kosher for Pesach EnchiladasKitniyot Only – Here’s a fun dairy, kitniyot recipe that my husband developed over the years. It’s my favorite mid-week Pesach meal, and I make sure we have it every year because it’s really yummy (and I get to put my feet up while the hubby works in the kitchen). I am sure that Mexicans would scoff at the bastardization of this wonderful dish, but when it comes to Pesach, anything that can be made kosher is fair game.

KFP Peanut Butter

Home Made Peanut Butter for Pesach –  In my house, peanut butter is a staple, and no chag is going to force us to give up on it. Here’s a quick and very easy way to make your own peanut butter for Pesach. Because it’s a healthy version, with no additives, you may even want to make it during the year…

Meatballs in Tomato Sauce for Pesach – A great dish to put on your Seder table for the kids who don’t like brisket! It’s really similar to my regular recipe, but made without bread crumbs, and using matza meal instead. Easy and delicious.


2 thoughts on “Recipes for Pesach – Part IV

    • There’s always mashed potatoes, which are delicious with meatballs and tomato sauce. You can also cook up some quinoa, which is KFP, and a really nutritious grain that tastes like a starch. Just follow the instructions on the package for cooking – it’s just like making rice.

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