For a delicious, homely dish this Passover you need look no further than this recipe for Potato Kugel Gratin. Full of simple yet bold flavours, this is sure to provide the hearty fare that everyone at your table has been looking forward to.
Try this recipe for Matzo Stuffing today to bring a new dynamic to your spread!
With Passover creeping ever closer, we thought we’d pay tribute to the mighty Matzo by endowing you with some useful knowledge about the humble cracker.
Matzo ball soup is a Seder classic. We've posted a version of this recipe before on the blog, but feel it deserves an encore in the lead-up to Passover. Partly because it's one of our favourites – but mainly because you can prepare it in advance and save yourself hassle on the day.
This is one dish that can't be missed. Matzo Ball Soup - or Matzah Ball Soup as it is often known - is everything you could want in a meal. A delicious, warming reminder of home, this classic recipe is certain to be a winner at the dinner table this evening.
These products are made under orthodox rabbinical supervision, from the milling of the flour to the sealing of the packet, to ensure all are made to the most stringent standards and requirements of religious law and modern food hygiene regulations.
A warming, filling meal in itself that you can freeze, this is a healthy meal that actually benefits from being prepared the day before you serve it as it gives the flavours time to infuse and strengthen.You may find kosher lamb stock difficult to find, in which case beef stock gives the soup a delicious flavour. The meatballs are cooked in the soup so make sure it is simmering before you add them to the pot to ensure they don't fall apart.
If you are looking for a simple, but incredibly tasty, pastry for Passover - this recipe should be just what you need. Suitable for all types of use, this pastry can be made quickly and is versatile enough for all sorts of Passover dishes.
A great addition to the Passover table, a sponge cake is a tasty treat that needn't be too difficult to prepare. This recipe is light, moist and great to serve plain or with a jam or cream filling - but it's really up to you how you use it!