If you kept Passover this year, it’s been eight days since you had your favorite glutenous dish. Whether you’ve been dreaming about pasta or pastry or even just a sandwich we’ve got all the recipes you need to curb those cravings when you break the fast.
Sandwiches: Two Slices of Bread and the Stuff In-Between
It’s simple, it’s delicious, it’s the perfect on the go meal. Sandwiches are a favorite among kids and adults and they come in so many different variations it’s nearly impossible to get bored. If you’re used to having at least one a day, going eight days without one can wear on you. Dig into Michael’s Greek-inspired spinach and feta grilled cheese. The tangy cheese and the sweet sautéed spinach are paired with a classic American white bread. You might need to make two.
If spinach sounds too green for your feast try Daphne’s tempura mushroom burger. The fresh tarragon and garlic aioli pairs perfectly with the fried Portobello mushrooms inside a light brioche bun.
Pasta Please: Easy Satisfying Dishes
There are so many different kinds of pasta you could spend the next week reminding yourself why how much you enjoy each of them. Carla’s mac and cheese tortelloni is a great place to start. With two kinds of cheese, three types of fresh herbs and breadcrumbs to top it off you’ll enjoy every bite of this delightful dish.
If the mac and cheese seems bit heavy try Mario’s pennette with summer squash and ricotta. It comes together in minutes and is not only a great way to end Passover but also a flavorful way to ring in spring.
Some Sweets: The Desserts You Missed Most
If you still have room after pasta and bread, we’ve got all the desserts you need. Starting with whoopie pies. These cookies gained popularity in the last year, but really what’s not to like? They’re made up of two cakey cookies held together with a fresh frosting. Check out Carla’s quick and easy recipe.
You like cookies, but you’re craving chocolate cake? Not to worry this chocolate lava cake is seriously decadent.
Then top it all off with a homemade doughnut.