Monday, April 11, 2011

Where to Find Passover Recipes

Since, I can't start my cooking for a few days, I thought it would be helpful to let you know where to find recipes for the holiday.


Anyone who is gluten-free would probably gain from checking these out.  You can use all the recipes except those that include matzah.  We love Passover because almost everything is gluten-free.  Although, I do not buy these, the stores have gluten free pizzas to pasta to blintzes.  They also make cereals although I have never used them.  This is the first year that I have seen tapioca starch sold.

I stock up on soy sauce, stir fry sauce and Teriyaki sauce for the year as well as those great canisters of potato starch.

I am listing sites where you can find Passover and gluten-free recipes.  Again, watch out for those with matzah.  I am not recommending any of these sites as following Jewish law so if you are using them for Passover, please make sure that the products are acceptable.  I see that quinoa is used in the first URL and many Rabbis do not think quinoa should be used.  I am not taking sides on the issue.  I am just passing on the information.

Pesach means Passover.

You can find recipes at:

Gourmet Passover Cooking

Aish Passover Recipes - good source

Kaboose

Passover Recipes

Pesach Recipes


Mimi's  (she usually has excellent recipes)

Epicurious (Suzy Fishbein recipes)

Pesach Recipes

Holiday Eats

AllRecipes

Kitchen Daily


Passover Kugel Recipes

Passover Recipes and Food

Kashrut - Recipes

I hope this helps.
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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for giving useful links.

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  2. I'd love to try a Passover dinner just to help educate the kids - where do I begin?

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