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Monday, April 02, 2007

AMAZING Passover Mandelbot

My family makes this recipe (courtesy of Beit HaChatulim, an old-school website dedicated in part to vegetarian Pesach recipes) every year. The mandlebrot are delicious in their own right and not just by Pesach-dessert standards. In fact, they're pretty indistinguishable from non-Pesach mandlebrot. They're also easy to make and highly recommended for a Passover potluck.

In an effort not to violate either ethics or copyright law, I'm not going to post the recipe here. But do check it out here.

חג שמח


At 9:12 PM, April 07, 2007, Blogger granola bard said...

just baked a batch of those last night - it's been a favorite recipe in my family for several years too. :c)

Since I didn't have potato starch, I just left it out - all 3/4 cup of it - and replaced it with more matzah flour, and they came out fine.

At 11:43 PM, May 20, 2007, Blogger muse said...

I mentioned your blog on the latest KCC.


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