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    Recipe #95410

    3 Reviews |  By Babycat

    This is a second recipe I found at my great aunt's which I'm posting here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #392273

    6 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I've been making this for years, but never seemed to put it up here on Zaar. I Googled myself today (painful) and this recipe came up, I had submitted it to a discussion list about 10 years ago.

    Recipe #85222

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I used to make these all the time when my kids were little. These rollups are not just for Passover, you can make them with regular flour for all year round.

    Recipe #58364

    5 Reviews |  By chia

    after searching for the perfect easy flourless cake i found this one.

    Recipe #117974

    Modified from a Canadian newspaper - this is AMAZING stuff! The best description of texture I can give is that this is not totally dry, but it's still crunchy. You will be questioned if it's really Kosher for Passover, you will be questioned how this is possible to make without flour. It's possible AND it's delicious, just try it! Don't half this recipe, it makes a lot, but they will fly off your table! Try variations like cranberries and your favorite nut or dried cherries and almonds instead of the chocolate chips and walnuts.

    Recipe #293486

    1 Reviews |  By Ducky

    Charoset is used at the Passover seder. This recipe originally is found in the "Passover Cookery" cookbook. Cooking time is an estimate.

    Recipe #87863

    Delicious for Passover or for year round. The original recipe called for chopped spinach, but we all like it w/ chopped broccoli much better.

    Recipe #185170

    2 Reviews |  By Dwynnie

    I adapted this recipe from one I found online that used blueberries, lemon yogurt, and crushed gingersnap cookies. I couldn't find lemon yogurt and I needed some cake in there! A great and easy summer dessert. Variation: If you don't like yogurt, try this with lemon pudding! Or change it up and use lemon pound cake with white chocolate pudding!

    Recipe #177640

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    As per Janice Brady's recipe request.

    Recipe #50707

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Posted in response to a recipe request. This is one of the most simplest pie crust recipes I've come across for Passover, and it's no-roll, a boon for those of us who hate rolling dough (I'm the President of the NoRoll Club)

    Recipe #59199

    1 Reviews |  By Ducky

    We had this kugel at seders when I was a child. It has been hidden away for years. Last year we broke it out again and it was a nice addition. Recipe is for a 9 or 10-inch square dish but can easily be doubled into a 9x13-inch dish. Farfel can be substituted for the matzo but I don't know the conversion factor. The original recipe called for a lot of salt and sugar. The amounts can be reduced per one's own taste. Any flavor pie filling may be used. I have had both apple and cherry flavors and both are quite tasty.

    Recipe #114618

    During Passover I always have a craving for cakes. Wonder why? Am always on the look-out for recipes meeting the requirements for this holiday. This cake is one I first made last year and certainly will make again.

    Recipe #110332

    8 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I found this on the back of my container of cinnamon. I kid you not. I did make a couple changes - less sugar & more cinnamon. For the crust, find my Recipe #218799. I made this for dessert tonight & it is DIVINE. It's not as dense as some cheesecakes; it was almost mousse-like. Chilling time is not included in the cook time.

    Recipe #218803

    Found this in a weekly Jewish newspaper. Cooking time is cooling time.

    Recipe #119037

    This one is so easy, I'm embarrassed to enter it here. This recipe has gotten me thru impossible seasons with just too many guests, not enough help, and NOT enough time. It is truly delicious, and somehow, men, in particular, cannot get enough of it. I got this recipe from a friend, who got it from a friend, and so on. Please pass it along to another harried person. BTW, it is pretty versatile. If you don't have sweet wine, try some not so sweet wine and toss in something sweet (honey? sugar?) (not too much) to give it that nice flavor. You can use red or white wine. Whatever is laying around the house.

    Recipe #189411

    one of those it's too good to be pesach recipes that has been a standard in my family for decades. The recipe is very forgiving, and is delicious in all its forms. Enjoy!

    Recipe #122959

    In response to a request.

    Recipe #23601

    21 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a family favorite, we eat it almost every week, but it's especially good on Passover.

    Recipe #23257

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