Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Cooking for Pesach in the J-Blogosphere

Obviously, I’m not even remotely ready to start thinking about cooking. (After all, this week is still all about talking and blogging about cleaning in lieu of doing anything constructive)

Nevertheless, here are some kosher for Pesach recipes from this blog:

  1. Vegetarian kishke (Gebrochts) – Use matzah meal instead of the flour.
  2. Potato soup – Use potato starch instead of the flour.
  3. Sweet and sour meatballs – Serve with mashed potatoes instead of rice.
  4. Turkey stew – Use potato starch instead of the flour. (Special thanks to Phyllis for including this recipe in the latest Kosher Cooking Carnival, which is available here.)

And for more Pesach recipes, check out:

Happy cooking




  1. Thank you Mrs.S. for linking to my blog

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  3. I added a link to this post in the comments section of my post
    The virtual magazine embedded there includes a number of tried and true Pesach recipes.

  4. Ilana-Davita - You're welcome.

    Ariella - Thanks! The magazine looks beautiful, and I definitely want to try some of those recipes.

  5. I think that most of my Pesach recipes are on me-ander.

    This has been a rough year for cleaning. I ought to blog about it, but I don't want to kvetc.

  6. Thank you for the link. I'm going to add your link to my links.

    Shabbat Shalom!

  7. Batya - Shavua tov! It sounds like you really have your hands full this year. I hope it all works out for you.

    Leora - Thanks, and shavua tov to you and yours!


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