Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Pesach/Passover Cooking and Baking 2015: 10 Recipe Round Up

I've already confessed to being unable to prepare for holiday cooking too much in advance. It's just not how I like to do things. Fortunately, I don't have 10 families moving into my house or this would be a completely different story. Don't get me wrong, I am one of those super organized, list making people who takes my spring cleaning and holiday baking very seriously, but to me fresh will always be best. 24 hours to a long holiday is when you'll find me in my kitchen getting it all done, from fish to meat, chicken, soups, deserts and sides. That includes last year, when my good friend moved in for the first part of the holiday with her husband and two kids, my favorite holiday yet might I add. This year, Passover is quite different for me for many different reasons which is also a part of why you haven't seen too many food posts from me in the past 8 or so months. I'm taking the cooking quite easy and trying to stay off my feet as much as possible. But, there will be more about that in the next few weeks, so stay tuned.  In the meantime, menu planning is still happening over here as I will still be doing some light cooking. If you are last minute like me or if are just looking for some new recipes to try, I have quite the treat for you today. It's my little holiday gift to you- 10 fabulous Passover recipes and of course there are a couple of my own in there from the past years. All recipes will be linked, click on an image or text beneath it to see the full recipe. And in no specific order, here you are:






3) Brown Sugar Potato Wedges (kosher for passover vinegar to be used in this recipe of course! )













8) Grilled Lamb Chops with Mint Chimichurri Recipe from reciperenovator.com (kosher for passover vinegar to be used in this recipe of course! )


9) Rainbow Pommes Anna Recipe from busyinbrooklyn.com (one of my all time favorite kosher food blogs) 


10) Simple Oven Baked Sea Bass Recipe from food.com (kosher for passover vinegar to be used in this recipe of course! )

There you have it, 10 fantastic recipes that I really think you need to add to your menus if they aren't completed yet! Also, read my review of the A Taste of Pesach cookbook from last year because that is what got me through my very first Pesach at home with guests last year, I guarantee you will love it as well! 

Not enough recipes here? head over to my Pesach recipes board where there are at least another 30 recipes pinned as of now! I will be pinning more of my great finds there as we get closer to the holiday as well, so be sure to follow! 

Wishing you and your families a very Happy and relaxed Passover holiday! 

Some pictures in this post are from google or pinterest all of which have been linked and given credit for. If a photo is yours and you'd like it removed, please contact me by email or in the comments section below and I will gladly comply immediately. 

Little disclaimer: There are many different passover customs. If you are strict or less strict on what you eat, you can adjust these recipes to suit you. Please have in mind to ask you LR before making decisions according to the recipes I've posted. :)

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