Recipes for Pesach

Sponge Cake
Sponge Cake watercolor on paper, 2008

Recipes on my blog

Sponge Cake Recipe
(Warning: 9 eggs separated, delicious, and highly-addictive)
Slavery to Freedom Salad
(orange, radish and mint salad)
Potato Salad with a Beet
Matzo Balls
Chicken Soup
Sauteed Mushroom Salad
Garlic Spread
Stuffed Squash
Stuffed Squash for Pesach with bits of Matza and Mushroom
(use only the kosher for Pesach ingredients, no croutons and beans are kitniyot)
Winter Slaw
(leave out the barley miso as it is kitniyot)
Farmers Market Soup
A Simple Fish Recipe
Carrot Salad
Healthy Sides
Kira’s Potato Leek Soup

Recipes Elsewhere in the Blogosphere

Ilana-Davita: Israeli Potato Salad
Ilana-Davita: Eggplant Salad
Ilana-Davita: Carrot Salad

Mimi: Potato Gnocchi
Mimi: Fish Soup
(this recipe for fish soup with vegetables is undescribably yummy)
Mimi: Almond-Lemon Macaroons
Mimi: Turkish Salad

Jew Wishes: Potato Pancakes
(you can probably leave out the baking powder on Pesach, or you can buy special for Pesach baking powder)
Mrs. S: Potato Kugel
Mother in Israel: Potato Kugel Secrets

Do you know that you can make blintzes/crepes on Pesach? Mix potato starch, eggs and water (or milk, but I can’t tolerate milk, so I don’t use it). I can’t tell you the exact amounts, so you will have to experiment. You can fill with potatoes, cheese, potatoes and cheese, sauteed vegetables, fruit, whatever you would ordinarily put in a blintz. My kids love these.

parsley sponge cake  banana and apple

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