Free Passover Recipe Cards Download!

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If you’ve started to think about your menu for Passover, we’re here to help! ArtScroll’s three hit Pesach cookbooks all contain a wide variety of mouthwatering recipes that will enhance your pesach meals.

To give you a “taste” of our recipes, we’re sharing free recipe cards that you can download and print. (Scroll down for a high resolution PDF.)

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You can also download the files here:

—-> Click here to download the recipe cards for easy printing: Pesach Recipe Cards

—-> Click here to download the recipe cards in a convenient recipe box size: Pesach Recipe Cards 3×5

About the books:

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A Taste of Pesach is the newest cookbook in our Passover selection. Featuring over 160 tried and true recipes, this book has a recipe for every palate and every occasion! Click here to purchase A Taste of Pesach.

 

 

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Passover Made Easy puts the “wow” factor in Pesach food, presenting innovative and exciting recipes that you won’t believe are Kosher for Passover! Click here to purchase Passover Made Easy.

 

 

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Passover by Design by best-selling author Susie Fishbein combines previous Kosher By Design favorites that have been tweaked for Passover with a selection of brand-new recipes to make your Pesach cooking elegantly simple. Click here to purchase Passover By Design.

 

Starters and Sides Made Easy + Sample Recipes

“Step aside Main Dishes! The spotlight is now on Starters and Sides with this hot new cookbook from Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek!”

The second book in the Made Easy Cookbook series is all about making your meal planning easy! With 60 new and exciting recipes for every meal, ranging from everyday suppers to special occasions, this book will banish your mealtime boredom.

We’re sharing two sample recipes from the book. Enjoy them, then head over to our Pinterest board for reviews and additional recipes!

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Coleslaw Balls with Jalapeño Dip

Excerpted from Starters and Sides Made Easy, by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek, published by ArtScroll

Yields: 20-30 balls

16 oz coleslaw mix

1½ tsp   salt

3   garlic cloves, minced

½ tsp   coarse black pepper

¼ cup   flour

3 Tbsp   cornstarch

•   oil, for frying

Jalapeño Dip

¾ cup   mayonnaise

2   scallions, chopped

1   jalapeño pepper, seeds and ribs removed, chopped

2 Tbsp   water

1 Tbsp   lemon juice

½ tsp   salt

•   pinch coarse black pepper

•   pinch sugar

1. Place cabbage into a large colander. Sprinkle with salt and let sit 15 minutes. Using both hands, squeeze cabbage very well to remove the excess water (it won’t look watery to the eye, but plenty of liquid will come out when you squeeze).

2. In a large bowl, combine cabbage, garlic, pepper, flour, and cornstarch. Mix until mixture becomes dough-like. Using a tablespoon and damp hands, form into falafel-sized balls.

3. Heat 2-3 inches oil in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Fry balls in hot oil until golden on all sides, 4-5 minutes total.

4. Prepare the jalapeño dip: In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise, scallions, jalapeño pepper, water, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and sugar. Using an immersion blender, blend until smooth. Serve alongside coleslaw balls.

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Crispy Crunchy Onion Rings

Excerpted from Starters and Sides Made Easy, by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek, published by ArtScroll

Yields: 16-18

           2   medium onions (or 1 large sweet onion)

½ cup   cornstarch

¼ cup   flour

½ tsp   paprika

1 tsp   garlic powder

1½ tsp   salt

•   pinch coarse black pepper

½ cup   water

1½ cups   panko crumbs

•   oil, for frying

  1.  Peel and slice onions into ½-inch rounds. Separate the rings. If your onions have very thin layers, keep two rings together. You don’t want your onion rings to be limp.
  2. In a shallow bowl, combine cornstarch, flour, paprika, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Stir in water to form a thick paste (resist the temptation to add more water).
  3. Place the panko crumbs into a second shallow bowl.
  4. Add an onion ring to the batter and use a spoon to help coat. Dip onion ring in the panko crumbs and use a spoon to help coat completely.
  5. Heat 2 inches of oil in a saucepan. When oil is hot, add onion rings and fry for 2-3 minutes. You do not need to flip the rings. Drain on paper towels and serve hot.

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Kids Cooking Made Easy: A Conversation with Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek

“When kids make things themselves, they get so excited and feel so confident, and naturally become open to trying new things”

Now it’s our children’s turn to enjoy Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek’s “Made Easy” cookbook series, with Kids Cooking Made Easy. Here’s what these great cooks told us about this new, fabulously fun cookbook.

ArtScroll: Why kids? What’s so great about children in the kitchen?

Leah: Kids are always looking for something fun to do. They love to eat, and they get bored fast. For kids and parents, this book is Win-Win.

Victoria: Kids are always in the kitchen. They can either be having races, playing a game in the middle of the floor, shooting rubber bands at each other…or cooking. This lets them be productive. Teaching kids to cook is also the cure to picky eater syndrome. When kids make things themselves, they get so excited and feel so confident, and naturally become open to trying new things. And they’ll be eating healthier too.

Artscroll: You “triple-test” all your recipes, which is what makes them so foolproof. How did triple-testing work with younger food samplers?

Leah: We gave the kids the complete recipe and watched what they did without saying a word. Every so often if I saw them stuck during one of the steps, I took out my pen and added in a line to clarify the instructions. For example, when my daughter was making Penne Rose, I realized that if she pours the tomato sauce all in at once, it will splatter. So we added, “Slowly…pour in the sauce.” The details matter when kids are cooking.

Victoria: Since these are the recipes our kids love, they are way more than triple-tested. They are the real family-friendly dishes we’d be cooking even if there was no cookbook.

Artscroll: What do the kids love best?

Leah: They went a bit crazy for our Edible Sand Art, Hot Banana Peppers, Gummy Bear Rugelach and Honey BBQ Chicken Nuggets.

Victoria: Personally, I dream about Rice Krispies Ice Cream Sandwiches all day. My kids also adore Taco Night, Cauliflower Poppers, Candy Bar Cookies, and Pancake Sandwiches.

Artscroll: What’s the difference between developing recipes for children and adults?

Leah: For safety reasons we don’t include some things, like frying. We also were able to have a lot more fun and develop recipes like Spray Candy – kids’ favorite junk food (that’s a lot less junky when it’s homemade).

Victoria:  Developing recipes for kids lets us go back to the basics and enjoy the simple comforting foods we all love.

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