This Passover cake is dusted with a mixture of granulated sugar and potato starch instead of confectioners’ sugar, as confectioners’ sugar contains cornstarch and is therefore not kosher for Passover.
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Chicken breasts are roasted with carrots, prunes, and onions for a sweet and savory main course. This quick recipe can be ready in 45 minutes, giving you ample time to prepare the rest of your Rosh Hashanah holiday dinner.
Peel carrots with a vegetable peeler; trim ends. Use a sharp knife to halve carrots lengthwise. Cut on the diagonal into 1/2-inch chunks.
PREP: 15 MINS
TOTAL TIME: 45 MINS
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Tzimmes is a traditional stew for Passover, is one of those traditional Jewish foods that seems to have dozens of variations. This delicious stew — appropriately named tzimmes (Yiddish slang for “a big fuss”) — is a Passover tradition. Our version gets its dulcet flavor from sweet potatoes, dried apricots, and prunes.
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