I don't remember where I got this recipe but it is totally sinful! We eat ALOT of salmon and I am always looking for new ways to prepare it. This is really different and has a very rich taste. It would be an appropriate dish for a special night or dinner party but is easy enough for a work night.
I do not like eating liver. Still, nostalgia made me search for a vegetarian recipe. I LOVE chopped liver on a matzoh. This recipe has been a standard on the seder table for many years now and I make it all through Passover and the rest of the year.
If you're allergic to potatoes (or just don't like them) here is a colorful and tasty rendition for Hanukkah time or anytime throughout the year. Finish with the traditional sour cream if you like. Serve hot as either a main dish or side tonight ... stuff one into a pita for a quick lunch tomorrow.
I found this recipe on the Elite website several years ago. It makes the most wonderful rich, dense, fudgy brownies!! You'd never guess they weren't "regular" brownies. You can also make this in an 8" cake pan for a truly decadent cake.
These rolls are great for either sandwiches or as a fluffy popover-like roll with dinner My mom would make a couple of batches of these every Passover so we could have sandwiches for lunch and rolls with dinner.
I've never been able to find a matzo stuffing my family enjoyed so I decided to omit the Ritz crackers and cornbread from my Thanksgiving stuffing, Recipe #78109, and replace them with matzo. The result was delicious and tastes exactly like the original recipe.
Some weeks ago Chia helped me with suggestions of how to make smaller sized kugels. And lo and behold, while browsing on the net I found this recipe. Tweaked it a bit to my liking and immediately tried it. Such a good idea to use muffin tins. Besides Passover, matzohmeal can of course be substituted for flour. Thanks Chia for the initial suggestions.