15 Matzoh-Free Recipes For Passover
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Matzoh—or unleavened bread—is eaten during the eight days of Passover because the Jewish people had to flee Egypt quickly and didn’t have time to wait for their bread to rise. But that doesn’t mean it tastes good. (Think cardboard.) Here are a few alternatives.
Baked Potato with Ricotta and Tomatoes
Without bread, it’s important to keep up on carbohydrates. Recipe here.
A breakfast go-to. Make a big batch at the beginning of the week and it should get you through all eight days. Recipe here.
You’ve heard of fruit roll-ups, yes? These are nothing like those! Recipe here.
Coconut Pavlovas with Tropical Fruit
We all know Passover is a great excuse to eat dessert all day, every day. Recipe here.
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