Passover is right around the corner. Given that I’m extra busy with the boys (they have the week off for spring break) I still haven’t settled upon exactly what we’ll be having for our rapidly approaching Seder meal.
Below is a rough idea of what I have in mind at this point. I may do a Chicken Marbella style dish for our entree, though need to experiment with that a bit more. I’m also thinking of grilled broccoli tossed in fresh garlic oil (which my boys love).
When I get a more firm picture of what we’ll be dining on, I’ll be sure to come back here and update this list with a few more recipes. Meanwhile, enjoy!
I also have a list of all my kosher for Passover desserts. Chag Samaech!
What do you do about Matzah when you need to be gluten-free?
Manischevitz makes Gluten-free Matzah-Style Squares in several varieties; these are available at many supermarkets. They are technically not a replacement for traditional matzah, because they are not made with one of the 5 permitted grains (all of which contain gluten). However, at least on other meals during Pesach, they are permitted. If the person is more liberal, he or she may be willing to ask his rabbi if he can eat the GF version at the seder, as the only alternative is not to eat any matzah.
Mm, I have to show these pictures to my wife. May be her Muse will wake up :D
I thought I was the only one who used avocados as a salad dressing base! Mmm mm… very tasty. Good luck with the menu planning, I always put if off till the last second! Happy Spring Break to the boys too :)
Andy Britt says
Just like to say thanks. My son has a Gluten allergy, and I don’t do so well with the stuff myself. Your recipes have been a God send.
Gluten Free Steve says
Oh I want to come to your house for Seder. I’m hosting my first one EVER on the first night. Not sure where we’ll go for the 2nd night. If you’re ever down in Denver, please let me know as I’d love to grab coffee with you.
Perfect and just in time! I just the “we have to discuss menu” message from my momma.