Our crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside Old-Fashioned Potato Pancakes pair perfectly with our fork-tender Crowd Pleasing Brisket. Enjoy them at Hanukkah or anytime you need a comforting company-fancy dinner.
The slow cooking really marries these flavors, making it a top choice at any meal - especially at holiday times.
Get ready for a Passover dessert recipe you're going to be saving again for next year! Our recipe for Passover Mandel bread uses cake meal instead of flour, so you can have some after dinner for the next eight days. With a combination of chocolate, cinnamon, and walnuts, you too can have this biscotti-like Passover dessert this spring.
After a few days of eating matzo (unleavened bread eaten for 8 days of Passover), you're ready for an alternative. These rolls are so light and yummy you'd never know they contain no flour. They're great for filling with chicken, tuna and egg salad.
After a few days of eating matzo (that's unleavened bread that's eaten during the eight days of Passover), we begin looking for another unleavened alternative. Well, look no more! Here's a roll that's so light and yummy you would never know it contains no flour, and it's great for filling with chicken, tuna, and egg salad, too!
Sometimes the simple things are the best, and this recipe is the proof!
We'd be lying if we called these "quick easy." This potato pancake recipe takes more time than other recipes, but they're not hard, and they're worth the extra effort! Make 'em for Hanukkah or a special side dish or appetizer. They'll taste the love!
Potato Pudding Squares was originally a side dish for special occasions. Now we recommend it for Passover, other holidays or any night that you want dinner to be special!