Lots of Passover recipes are submitted on the web this time of year. Those of us who celebrate the Jewish holiday, try to come up with something new and different to break up the dry dense monotomy of the typical Passover desserts.
For those who are not familiar with the dietary restrictions of the holiday, bare with me, because there are many. During the eight days of Passover the basic foods that are not allowed are bread, rice, wheat, rye, oats, barley, pasta, corn, peas, beans, peanuts, and foods made with these items. Observant Jews do not even keep these items in their homes during the holiday.
Considering all these food restrictions, Passover isn’t really known for its sugary delights. But kosher desserts do exist!