Why is this Pesach Different from all others?
Pesach is just over a week away and I don’t know about you, but for me, it’s going to be strange. No seder with family. No traveling. But here at Meat Your Vegetables we have put all of our delicious, no-fuss recipes in 1 place for you. We’re here to make this Pesach as stress-free as possible. As if you probably weren’t stressed already!
It’s a strange time we’re living in right now and while we’re under quarantine, it might seem like the perfect opportunity to spend more time in the kitchen or creating recipes, but honestly, I’m just trying to get to a new normal – whatever that means. But fear not, I’m still puttering around with some recipes that I think you’ll love – especially for erev Pesach when it always feels like there’s nothing to eat!
So in the meantime, while I mess around with a new recipe for Pesach crepes, or “tortillas”, here are some fantastic recipes, perfect for Pesach or anytime of year, that you might have missed on MYV over the years.
And thanks to YOU all – our readers and supporters, we are proud to have been able to bring you content for over 3 years!
- Passover Seder Roast
- Honey Roasted Chicken
- Broccoli Cheddar Jalapeno Scones
- Herby Cabbage Salad
- Sweet Potato Knishes
- Cauliflower Hummus & Tomato Herb Focaccia
- Chicken soup with Bacon Shmaltz Matzo Balls
- Minestrone Soup with Gluten-free Matzo Balls
From both Daniel and me here at MYV, we wish you and your family a Chag Kasher V’Sameach, a Pesach Sameach – and we hope above all that you and your family stay safe, healthy (and sane)!
PS – if you follow us on Facebook, make sure to check out my recipe for Cheez-Its! Just ONE ingredient and you have the perfect cheesy cracker that tastes just like the boxed version! Or you can call it a “frico”, if you’re feeling fancy. 🙂 Check out the recipe here!