Matzo Balls by Yocheved Shvarzblat|@tastynsimple

  When you see the word M A T Z O You automatically think Pesach, however this is actually a recipe I use all year round. It happens to also be a great Pesach recipe too...I get asked all the time what my recipe is so I figured now would be the perfect time to share. PS: Can you believe it’s almost Pesach already?! Are you ready? I’m not! PS: did you know matzo balls are one of my favorite foods?! Yocheved Shvarzblat from Tasty N’...

Authentic Polish Gefilte Fish with Beet Chrein by Ksenia Prints|@immigrantstable

  Homemade Polish gefilte fish with beet chrein are a sweet-and-sour treat that will change the way you think about traditional Jewish food. Care, good ingredients and attention to detail make this a dish worth savouring!   Ksenia Prints is a Russian-Israeli food blogger based out of Montreal. She spends her nights cooking, writing and photographing food for At the Immigrant’s Table and other freelance publications. Her cooking and...

Stuffed Breast of Veal by Dr.Rachael Schindler|@drrachaelschindler

  This is an easy, delicious and gorgeous recipe sure to please anyone! My family really looks forward to eating it every Passover! Rachael E. Schindler, PhD. is a triple degree psychologist, founder of ”TheFiveTownsDiet” meals home delivery(www.litenlow.com/dietdelivery/), In-house nutritional counselor at Life Gym, Lawrence NY, noted lecturer and author, certified pediatric and adult nutrition counselor, certified personal trainer and...

Meat Matzah Pizza by Devorah Kahan and Rachel Moskowitz|@d.e.v.inefoods & @cookcodecreate

  This dish is a great twist on pizza. You can make this dish on Pesach if you have the facilities. This makes a great hot meal for Chol HaMoed. Otherwise, this is still a delicious meal to make all year round!   Devorah Kahan and Rachel Moskowitz are the authors of the newly released cookbook ONE POT, ONE PAN (Israel Bookshop Publications) that is filled with many tried-and-true recipes that anyone, at any age or stage in life, can...

Coconut Macaroon Tartlets by Sheri Silver|@sherisilver

  These lovely tartlets take inspiration from that ubiquitous can of coconut macaroons! The macaroon mixture is turned into a tartlet shell, and filled with either salted ganache or almond filling. Easy, delicious and doubles beautifully to serve a crowd!   Sheri Silver is a mom of 3, food photographer and lifestyle blogger at her self-titled blog. Find her at www.sherisilver.com or on Instagram at @sherisilver

Simple Roast Chickens with Hassleback Potatoes by Kim Kushner|@kimkushnercuisine

  As my kids get older, I’ve noticed that roasting 1 chicken for dinner is simply not enough! So, these days, it’s 2 chickens and lots of potatoes for my family! This recipe is simple, easy and the kids love it. Hassleback is a term for potatoes sliced very thin, but with the bottoms left intact, so the thin slices appear like a fan and can easily be peeled off, one slice at a time. They potatoes, alongside the beautiful golden roasted...

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread by Rebekah Durham|@noshbyrebekah

  Kosher L'Pesach Banana Bread! A must try!    Rebekah is originally from Memphis TN, and about 5 years ago she moved to Israel. There she started to learn more about Judaism and is passionate to show the world that it isn't so hard living a kosher life. Check out her Instagram @noshbyrebekah for some awesome recipes!

Trout with Coriander Seeds & Za’atar by Dalia Haber|@fastfoodmystyle

My view over Pesach is that you vary very little from everyday. In this current climate things are already so up in the air, that I think the best thing is to eat as you would usually do, barring the restrictions on wheat.This can also be made with a side of salmon, thought the trout is simply a more delicate flavor. .   Dalia Haber is a qualified special needs teacher, a co-owner of a business providing after-school homework support and...

Steak Salad by Vanessa Haberman|@platesandpetals

  Here is my steak salad recipe which is fantastic for Pesach, would make a delicious Chol Hamoed dinner, and it can be easily adapted for a crowd!   Vanessa Haberman is a recipe developer and food stylist. She loves using seasonal ingredients to create new and interesting dishes across different cuisines, with Mediterranean and Thai being favorites. Her cooking requires minimal prep, and utilizes fresh veggies and herbs to create a...
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