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Pao de quejo by Shushy Turin-Shine | @cookinginheels

By kosherguru / April 10, 2019

Lack of sandwiches is probably the biggest struggle for many people on Pesach. Chop hamoed Trips will forever be equivalent with tiny containers of tuna fish and egg salad served with potato sticks and copious amounts of chocolate to make up for the lack of carbs. When my friend @kukisbread (originally from Brazil) told me […]

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Yapchik by Shifra and Shlomo Klein | @fleishigs

By kosherguru / April 10, 2019

Yapchik, a Polish or Hungarian version of cholent, has been one of Shlomo’s obsessions this past year. We investigated the origination of this dish and have gotten conflicting responses. However, we do know that the Skverer Rebbe has been serving it at his tish (table), for many years. Essentially a meat stuffed potato kugel, Yapchik […]

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Ratatouille Sheet Pan Chicken by Dini Klein | @prepandrally

By kosherguru / April 10, 2019

Who doesn’t love a sheet pan recipe? When your whole dinner can be prepared together in one step that leaves you more time to actually relax and enjoy. That’s the Prep + Rally way!   Dini Klein is a chef, food media personality, and founder of Prep + Rally , a family meal prep service. Dini has […]

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Sweet Potato Brownies by Vicky Cohen and Ruth Fox | @mayihavethatrecipe

By kosherguru / April 10, 2019

These sweet potato brownies are the perfect chocolatey, rich and flavorful vegan, gluten-free and Passover-friendly dessert. And when you top these babies with nutty-sweet halva glaze, they’re are hands-down delicious! If you don’t eat kitniyot during Passover, simply skip the glaze and drizzle some melted chocolate and sprinkle with your favorite nuts or shredded coconut […]

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Pickled Veggies by Fagie Reves | @thegushgourmet

By kosherguru / April 10, 2019

  On Pesach, when everything is carb heavy and eating Matzah (with cream cheese and jelly, of course) seems like a full time job, I love to keep a massive jar or two of these pickled veggies around. They are super easy to make and absolutely delicious and ensure that I have an alternative healthy […]

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Salted Chocolate Cream Tart by Rivki Rabinowitz | @rivkirabinowitz

By kosherguru / April 10, 2019

There is nothing like the expression on my guests’ faces when dessert is brought to the table and it’s universally beloved chocolate based. Why should the rest of the year have all the fun? Here is a version perfect for Pesach- whole ingredients, delicious, and great for anytime! Rivki is a mom of 3 girls […]

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Mexican Taco Quinoa Salad

By Kosher Guru / March 28, 2019

With spring in the air I’m always looking for salads that are also full meals, and are super easy to make. I even make this salad on Shabbos because all the ingredients can be cold. it’s also a great salad because it fills you up! I don’t always love quinoa but in salads, I find […]

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Shawarma Sausages & Brussels With Techina

By Kosher Guru / March 5, 2019

I’m a big fan of Israel and with that I’m also a fan of its cuisine. The first stop off any flight I have to the mother country, is always to get my shawarma and falafel fix. I mean even the best falafel and shawarma in the U.S is comparable to the worst shawarma and […]

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