Passover Baking - Brownies
Meat and fruit and vegetables remain basically the same. We just can't use any prohibited products. To cut down on meat, I plan to have a lot of veggie meals for the middle days. There are 4 days of the holiday, 1 Sabbath day and three additional days which we call Chol Ha Moed, and these are half holidays.
Until, I prepare my kitchen, I can't cook anything for Passover, also called Pesach. I don't want to wait until then to share some recipes for you, the readers. Whether you are observing the holiday or not, you might enjoy some, if not all of the recipes.
I am going to start now with the recipes and add the photos after I make them in two weeks time. I start cooking a few days before the holidays. I keep cooking until the end. I hope to find new recipes and plan to do some experimenting. The recipes, I am sharing now are ones that I have made before.
I thought, we should start with fun, brownies. Although these brownies have a different texture than the ones, I normally make, they are scrumptious. I make, at least one huge pan of these. This is one of the goodies that I eat and love.
There is a page at My Sweet and Savory with some of the recipes, I saved, last year.
I make both Tamar Ansh and Susie Fishbein’s Passover Brownies. They are quite similar. I made Tamar’s tonight. I am going to share both recipes. Don’t turn your back on these. They won’t be there, when your turn around.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (180 degrees Celsius).
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