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Rolled Recipes for Passover

 

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At every holiday meal, there are the “wow” dishes that steal the show and showcase your efforts and talents as the cook. This beautiful dishes offer that perfect pizzazz, using the same minimal ingredients many of us are accustomed to cooking with on Pesach.

mashed ptoato beef roll ups

Mashed Potato Beef Roll Ups

STEAK ROLL UPS
Steak on the outside. Creamy potatoes on the inside. Served with a delicious savory sauce. Perfect for the meat ‘n potatoes men in your life.

salmon roll ups

Salmon Roll Ups with Onion Relish

SALMON ROLL UPS
The two-tone color of this salmon roll up adds visual appeal to this tasty dish.

eggplant rollups

Vegetable Stuffed Eggplant Rollatini

VEGETABLE STUFFED EGGPLANT ROLLATINI
A pareve vegetarian roll up that works well as an appetizer or side dish. If you don’t use tomatoes on Pesach, you can just skip the tomato sauce, as the eggplant rollatini is delicious as is.

kishkah stuffed chicken rollup

Kishka Stuffed Chicken Rollup with Orange Sauce

KISHKA STUFFED ORANGE CHICKEN
Sweet and savory, with creamy kishka encased in succulent chicken.

As seen in the Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller Magazine Passover 2012 – Subscribe Now.

 

Cook’s Tip:

Measuring Starch
Do you know how to measure out starch to yield the correct measurements for your recipes? Using a large spoon, lightly spoon starch into your measuring cup. Do not shake the cup and do not pack the starch. Using the back of a knife, level off the starch with the top edge of the measuring cup. Do not use the measuring cup to scoop the starch out of the container, or you can end up with one and a half times the amount of starch that the recipe actually calls for.

 

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One Response to Rolled Recipes for Passover

  1. avatar says: Denise

    This look amazing. I hate this site, I had my Pesach menus all planned out and now I feel like scrapping them after seeing all these amazing recipes! I really like the number of salad based recipes too.

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