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Any know of good Pampered Chef Recipes that are Passover Friendly?

Mar 23, 2010
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I'm going to a dinner where I know a minimal amount of people. It is for the passover holiday and can not include dairy. I'm looking for a recipe where people where wonder where I got it so I can say it is a pampered chef recipe and hopefully spread my name. Anyone have any ideas?
 

pampchefsarah

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Susan would be the best person to answer this, I think. I don't know of any off the top of my head (since alot of the recipes seem to include cheese, milk, or both!). Maybe a better idea would be to bring a traditional dish using a PC product.

Actually, now that I think about it, isn't there a recipe for macaroons or meringues in the new dessert cookbook?
 

susanr613

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Oh I feel so famous being referred to here! Unfortunately, I cannot provide a real expert level of help, as I do not keep Passover (going bread-free). So, it has to be kosher for Passover and dairy-free? Hmmmm


Macaroons are very traditional Passover fare, and I'm sure you'd score mega-points by saying its a PC recipe.

Here's a quick excerpt from a website:

As I said above, you should generally avoid substitutions and focus on foods that are naturally kosher for Pesach. That being said, there are a few simple substitutions that can give you more options for your Pesach cooking without compromising flavor.

Potato Starch
Potato starch can be used instead of corn starch or flour to thicken sauces, stews or gravies.
Matzah Meal
Matzah meal is ground up matzah in pieces about the size of bread crumbs. It is an effective substitute for bread crumbs to make breading for things like fried chicken or eggplant parmesan. In fact, I use it that way year round. It is also an effective substitute for bread crumbs or rice in recipes where they are used to hold ground beef together, such as stuffed peppers, meatloaf or meatball recipes.
Matzah Farfel
Matzah farfel is chunks of matzah about the size of a dime. It is a useful substitute for noodles, rice or pasta as a side dish. Serve your main course over matzah farfel and it will soak up the sauces nicely. It can also be used much like croutons on a salad, or can be used as the basis for a Kosher-for-Passover stuffing.


Good luck!
 

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I have a recipe for a Passover Lemon Sponge Cake with Strawberry-Kiwi Compote. It is not a PC recipe, and I haven't tried it myself, but you could use PC products to make it and use the new cake stand. I will attach it. Hope this helps!
 

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Mar 4, 2010
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One question. I used to work in a kosher bakery, so the first thing I thought of was how kosher are your friends? If they keep strict kosher, and you don't, you will run into problems as you have non-kosher ingredients and combinations in your kitchen and even if you wash everything, it's not going to be considered kosher.
 
Mar 23, 2010
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Neither of us keep strict Kosher, they are just keeping kosherish qualities for the holidays. They asked for non dairy items to be brought and I'm vegetarian anyways. :)
 

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