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Passover Recipes from My Favorite Jewish Food Bloggers

Wednesday, March 27, 2013
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Passover Toffee Squares! Photo by MyJewishLearning The Nosher

We've made it through the seders! Before you think about planning next year's in Jerusalem, we still have three more days of Passover ahead of us (until Tuesday at sundown!).

If you don't think you can eat another matzah ball or piece of Gefilte fish, don't fret, I've got you covered!

Here the top recipes from my two favorite Jewish food bloggers Amy Kritzer and Shannon Sarna Goldberg.

What Jew Wanna Eat is Amy's blog, which you probably remember from her delicious hamantashen recipe that I posted during Purim.

BBQ Chicken Latkes Sliders

Gluten Free Deep Fried Mushrooms for Passover

Matzah Scallion Pizza

Roasted Red Pepper and Arugula Flatbread Matzah Pizza and Cranberry Quinoa Stuffed Zucchini

Shannon writes The Nosher for My Jewish Learning and has supported The Bubbi Project with where to get holiday food in New York City for Purim and Chanukah.

Honey Horseradish Chicken

Lamb Tzimmes for Passover

Sweet Potato Pie with Macaroon Crust
 

Passover Toffee Squares

Ingredients

1 cup butter or magarine, softened

1 large egg

1 cup sugar

Pinch of salt

1 cup matzo cake meal

8 oz. semi-sweet chocolate, melted

1 cup chopped pecans

Directions

1) Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.

2) Cream butter, sugar and pinch of salt until light and fluffy. Beat in egg very well. Add matzo cake meal gradually, blending well. Dough should be stiff.

3) Lightly grease a 10x15 jelly roll pan. Evenly spread the dough in the pan, making sure to reach the sides and corners. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.

4) Spread with melted chocolate, the sprinkle with the chopped nuts, making sure to press the nuts gently into the chocolate so they stick. Allow to mostly cool, and then cut into squares. Store in an airtight container.

You can read more from Shannon at The Nosher or follow her on Twitter, @shasarna. Also follow Amy on Twitter, @WhatJewWannaEat and What Jew Wanna Eat blog.

Chag Sameach,

Stephanie
The Bubbi Project

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