Give this easy recipe a whirl. Your tuna fish salad will thank you.
Published: March 5, 2013
During the year, we coat anything we want with bread crumbs, or, my favorite, cornflake crumbs. For Passover, potato chips are the perfect replacement. Have fun playing with different flavors, including ketchup, honey BBQ, and onion and garlic chips &ndash but use chips, not potato sticks.Don’t skip the dipping sauce! You’ll love how the tanginess of the lemon complements the zucchini.
Yield: 6 servings
LEMON-MAYO DIPPING SAUCE
What kids don’t prefer mac ’n cheese over anything else? This is a easy dinner that will get all the troops running to the table when the hot, cheesy, and bubbling dish emerges from the oven.
6 to 8 servings
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Leah Schapira is the co-founder of CookKosher.com, a popular online kosher recipe exchange, and the author of the bestselling Fresh & Easy Kosher Cooking. A self-taught cook, Leah expresses her love of cooking through her polished food articles, her busy website, and her exciting cooking demos and classes. Passover Made Easy is Leah's second release with ArtScroll/Shaar Press. Leah resides in New Jersey with her husband and family.
Victoria Dwek is the managing editor of Whisk, a popular kosher food magazine published weekly by Ami Magazine. Her feature articles take readers behind the scenes to learn from chefs and other professionals in the kosher food world. An experienced journalist and avid hostess, Victoria's work combines her passions for good food and good writing. She lives in Deal, New Jersey with her husband and children.