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    Glatt
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    Post your favorite easy yummy Pesach recipe

    #1012330

    eclipse
    Member

    Here is an Erev Pesach recipe:

    1 gallon of cheerfulness

    1 gallon of patience

    Directions:

    Throw stuff out

    Give stuff away

    #1012331

    deiyezooger
    Member

    eclipse, an after you’ve done that, what should we eat? any good ideas? or good food advice? i mean recipes.

    #1012332

    try Aish.com

    Chabad.org

    YW also has recipes

    OU website

    #1012333

    Glatt
    Member

    Lia, I can easily find recipes online but I like to get one’s the people have made and recommend.

    #1012334

    commonsense
    Participant

    take matzah, spread on cream cheese, wash and eat. YUM!

    #1012335

    By Chol Hamoed, most of the kids don’t want to look a lady fingers anymore because thats all theyve been given as nosh so you can use them to make ice cream sandwiches- one cookie

    a little layer of ice cream

    another cookie

    If you want to serve these to adults, you can dip them in chocolate halfway.

    #1012336

    *bump*

    #1012337

    2NI3
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    we have this awsm choc cake that is so easy and so good..my family was begging for samples last night.

    5 eggs

    1 cup oil

    1 tsp. vanilla sugar

    1.5 cups sugar

    mix well.

    in a separate cup put 1/2 tsp. vinegar and 1 tsp. baking soda and stir until foamy add to first bowl

    mix

    add 1/2 c. cocoa and 3/4 c potato starch

    #1012338

    2NI3
    Participant

    bake for 45 minutes. we like it on the raw side and serve with ice cream as a desert or well done as a brownie

    #1012339

    looking forward to trying that out!!

    #1012340

    2NI3
    Participant

    do you have any good ones?

    #1012341

    oomis
    Participant

    for people who brok – take a box of farfel and saute in some oil until toasted brown. Saute a large diced onion and canned mushrooms (if you use them on Pesach, some do not) in some oil, until golden brown and the onion is really softened. Meanwhile boil up some water and after mixing the farfel and onion mixture together in a pot, pour boiling water over it to cover, plus some extra water. Pour in a packet (and maybe another half or so if needed) of dry onion soup mix and mix well into the water. Cover and let simmer on very low heat until the water is all absorbed. The matzah farfel should be soft like a rice dish would be, but not mushy. If more water is needed add some a little at a time and check for doneness. This is literally my most-requested Pesach dish. That, and my marsala chicken cutlets.

    #1012342

    oomis
    Participant

    I am still waiting for egg and nut-free side dishes and dessert recipes, btw. ANYONE????

    #1012343

    2NI3
    Participant

    dessert you can always do home made fruit ices those are always a treat if the weathers nice.

    if I come across any egg free recipes I will let you know but that sure is hard!

    #1012344

    oomis
    Participant

    2N13 – don’t I KNOW it!!!!!!! 🙁

    #1012345

    yeshivaguy45
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    oomis, there’s a cookbook for vegans that someone made for pesach. If you want eggless recipes there might be some desserts and side dishes in there. It’s called Vegan Passover recipes and it’s written by Nancy Berkoff

    #1012346

    kapusta
    Participant

    oomis, I kept egg/nut free desserts in back of my mind for a while and I came up with a few ideas, try them at your own risk 🙂 And please update us after

    -I’m not sure if ladyfingers have eggs or nuts, but you can grind them and probably use them in place of flour in any recipe or in a fruit crisp (I’ve done a fruit crisp in the past). Or if you find a cookie (or cracker, you can add sugar) that meets the criteria would work.

    -If you eat gebrokts, you can do a napolean style something with matzah- maybe cover in chocolate and use a whipped topping (I’m assuming egg free) in between the layers. Or ladyfingers if they’re egg free.

    -You might have an easier time taking a recipe and working from that. I saw online that mashed banana can replace eggs so that may be a good option for you.

    Chag Kasher v’sameach!

    *kapusta*

    #1012347

    2NI3
    Participant

    we have this amazing ice cream recipe which is egg and nut free.

    you melt 2 bars of choc in a double boiler add 2 tbs. coffee dissolved in 4 tbs. hot water. add 3 TBS coffee/choc. liquor. mix for 5-10 minutes then let it cool for 10 minutes.

    beat 16 oz. richers whip until stiff and fold in the choc mixture freeze. make a choc. cup to put the ice cream in by lining a plastic cupcake holder with choc. then drizzle with choc. liquor.

    #1012348

    oomis
    Participant

    Thanks, YEshivahguy, Kapusta, and 2N13 for your suggestions! Have a wonderful Shabbos and yom tov.

    #1012349

    oomis
    Participant

    BTW, ladyfingers I believe are made with eggs, but in any case, they may have traces of nuts or are produced in a nut processing facility – it was how we discovered my granddaughter was allergic many years ago.

    #1012350

    oomis
    Participant

    Keep in mind, I also want to be able to serve some of the food to an allergic almost two year old.

    #1012351

    yes i have lots of good recipes. what do you want a recipe for?

    #1012352

    oomis
    Participant

    I need kugels, side dishes and a nosh or two that can be egg and nut free.

    #1012353

    Davar Katan
    Member

    1 cup macaroons (ground)

    1 3/4 cups potato starch

    1/2 cup water

    1 egg per matza

    mix together until you have a nice paste

    break up matza and coat in the paste

    fry over medium flame

    BEST MATZA BREI EVER!

    #1012354

    kapusta
    Participant

    oomis,it seems theres a Kosher L’Pesach frozen egg substitute made by Kineret. I didn’t see it myself so can’t vouch for the ingredients, but wanted to mention it.

    *kapusta*

    #1012355

    oomis
    Participant

    Thanks Kapusta, but I am not certain it is considered an egg-free sub for allergy purposes. I needed egg REPLACER for Pesacyh. we primarily used apple sauce and/or potato starch, but the results were so-so.I will just daven really hard for my yingeleh to outgrow his allergy before the next Pesach (or better yet, Shabbos).

    #1012356

    🐵 ⌨ Gamanit
    Participant

    Is he allergic to all eggs, or only chicken eggs?

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