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Let’s Get Cooking for Passover

 

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Now that we’re in the heat of gearing up for Pesach, here’s a sampling of some of my family’s favorites, from fish to meat to dessert. Best part is that each of these recipes can be frozen in advance so you have a head start on some dishes for Pesach…

The recipes featured below were excerpted from Tamar Ansh’s Pesach cookbook that is completely non-Gebrochts and gluten-free, PESACH- Anything’s Possible!

Salmon Gefilte

I made up this recipe one year when Erev Pesach, the fish store near me had a sale on salmon, the only catch being that one had to buy the whole fish. When it came to the house, all pink and fresh looking, I couldn’t resist trying something newer with it. I followed the basic rules for gefilte fish but changed several things about it – and the results were fantastic!

 

Beef Short Ribs

This is our family’s most popular holiday meat dish – I use this one every year without fail…Pepper Short Ribs.

Chocolate Mousse Rolls

Now let’s move on to one of everyone’s favorite topics…dessert. This dessert is a real winner—presentation is beautiful and the taste is amazing.

Recipes excerpted from Pesach – Anything’s Possible! available now in Jewish bookstores everywhere or online.  It contains over 350 non-gebrochs and gluten-free recipes for Pesach and all year round.

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About Tamar Ansh

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Tamar Ansh is an author, recipe developer and food columnist. She has written: A Taste of Challah; Let's Say Amen!, an illustrated children's book , Splitting the Sea, inspirational stories on finding one’s soul-mate; & Pesach – Anything's Possible! a non gebrochs & gluten free cookbook. Her newest book, Riding the Waves,(to be released end Sept, 2011) focuses on inspiration, hope and good reading material about 'navigating the sea of shidduchim'. Visit www.aTasteofChallah.com for more

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