July 26, 2014 / 28th of Tamuz, 5774
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  • Chocmat_large
    By Elisha Gechter 4 sheets of matza 1 stick of margarine 1 cup of brown sugar 2 cups of chocolate chips 1 cup of walnuts Heat 350 degrees. Line a tray with a silpat or aluminum foil. Spread the matza out in a single layer. Melt butter and brown sugar in a small pot over medium heat and stir... Read More
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    Originally published in the YLD Haggadah, by Elisha Gechter 8 ounces coarsely chopped unsweetened chocolate 4 ounces coarsely chopped semisweet chocolate 1 1/3 cups sugar 1/2 cup water 1 cup unsalted Kosher for Passover margarine or unsalted butter or plain unsalted margarine 5... Read More
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  • Apple_raisin_farfel_large
    Farfel comes from the Middle High German word varveln which means pellet-shaped pasta. It is made from matzo that is ground or cut and used in soups and other dishes. The origin of this dish can be traced back to Ashkenazi Jewish communities in Germany during the middle ages.Well, enough of the... Read More
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  • Carrot_large
    Ready for the side dishes? Here's a perfect one for your Passover meal. 2 cups grated carrot 1 Tbsp matzah meal 1 cup sugar 8 eggs separated 1/2 cup potato flour 1/2 cup sweet red wine 1 lemon juiced Separate eggs, mix all ingredients together into egg yolks. Beat egg whites until... Read More
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  • Cookies_large
    Judy is our family friend and she has the best kosher for Passover cookies. I promise. That's why we call them just that - Judy's Good Cookies. I bet you can't just make them once! 12 oz Passover yellow cake mix  1 large egg 2 Tbsp oil 1 Tbsp water 1/2 cup crushed walnuts Put cake mix... Read More
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  • Cabbage_large
    Being a vegetarian on Passover can get a bit tricky, but try this! Because neither soy or rice are kosher for Passover, here's a revised stuffed cabbage recipe. We use mushrooms instead of meat/soy crumbles and quinoa instead of rice. 1 cabbage  1 cup chopped mushroom 1/2 cup quinoa (2... Read More
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  • Kugel_large
    Love kugel and not ready to give it up for Passover? Here's a non-traditional noodle kugel. Subsitute Kosher for Passover noodles to create this take on noodle pudding.  1 lb Egg Noodles (for Passover) 1 lb Apple Sauce (if using sweetened, use less sugar) 1 cup Orange Juice 1 can... Read More
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  • Spinach_large
    Spinach is not just for Popeye! Try this vegetable side dish at your Passover seder or meal. 1 lb mushroom sliced 4 1lb boxes chopped spinach 2 large onions diced 1 cup matzah meal 6 eggs Oil to saute in Saute mushrooms and onions in the oil. Defrost spinach. Squeeze out excess juice. Mix... Read More
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  • Brisket_large
    Aunt Wendy is an amazing cook. Every year we have a tradition to celebrate Passover with meals and brunch at Aunt Wendy's. While we love the company, we always remember the food! 5-6 lbs brisket Salt and freshly ground pepper 4 cloves garlic, finely minced or pureed 2 Tbsp olive oil 1... Read More
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  • Potatoes_large
    Thanks to Liz, JewishBoston's awesome Community Manager, for this recipe!  3 pounds of red potatoes  8 cloves of garlic, chopped  ¼ cup olive oil  Salt  Pepper  ½ teaspoon paprika Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Cut potatoes in half and... Read More
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