Orange and chocolate are a perfect combination. And the matzo meal brings this tasty dessert to your Passover celebration.
PREP: 40 MINS
TOTAL TIME: 2 HOURS 5 MINS
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The secret to making unleavened chocolate cookies that are chewy and light lies in the technique. Egg whites, beaten until fluffy, are folded into the chocolate batter to produce the distinctive texture. Chocolate chips are added last.
YIELD: MAKES 14
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Passover is around the corner. Flour and other leavening agents are forbidden during this 8-day holiday but this does not mean that taste and beauty in desserts need be compromised.
For an elegant ending to the Seder meal, these dainty macaroons en-robed in chocolate can’t be beat.
Chocolate gives the bite-size macaroons an appealing crunch. Imagine you’re decorating bonbons — embellish each with a different garnish.
PREP: 30 MINS
TOTAL TIME: 2 HOURS
YIELD: MAKES 20
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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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