Just in time for Purim, here are some of my vegetarian recipes found on this website that are easy and perfect for your holiday festivities. Don’t forget the star of the show…Hamantashen (listed below). Have a great time dressing up and enjoy all the Purim festivities!! Chag Sameach, Happy Purim!
Relax & Nosh Mishloach Manot
With Purim almost upon us, here are some of my favorite vegetarian recipes from this website to serve for Purim. They are quick and easy to prepare and great to serve with the traditional ending to the Purim feast – Hamantashen.
- Chickpea & Veggie Stew
- Light Falafel Bites
- Orange Avocado Salad
- Easy Lemon Herb Carrot Salad
- Orange-Date Spread: Filling for Hamantashen
Remember to give your friends delicious Mishloach Manot. Have a great time dressing up and enjoy all the Purim festivities!!
Purim will soon be upon us in a few short weeks. It is said that Queen Esther, the heroine of the Purim story, ate vegetables and legumes to avoid eating non-Kosher food. To honor her, we enjoy eating dishes prepared with legumes and vegetables. Here is the perfect “noshable”, or appetizer, to start the festive meal. It is delicious, easy and is delicately infused with the flavor of peas . Read on for the Recipe
Choco Nut Treats
Just in time for Purim, here is another treat you can put into your “Mishloach Manot” baskets. This is probably the easiest candy you can make and I guarantee you will not have any left in your house if your family discovers it! I make it for holidays, to cheer someone up, or to put in a care package. The sky is the limit! Have a happy Purim, “Chag Purim Sameach”.
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Such a wonderful holiday that will soon be upon us. You can read all about the holiday on this website, just search “The Story of Purim”. It is customary to gifts to the poor and to give gifts to our family and friends, usually edible gifts. They are called “Mishloach Manot” and you can get creative with the type of container you use, how you decorate them and what you put inside. Read On
Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish Arbor Day, that occurred this week, reminded me that we traditionally eat fruits and nuts from trees in Israel. Here is a quick and easy snack that incorporates some of those delicious foods. You can also break it up into small bits and serve as “Granola Crumbles” or package them as a yummy treat in your “Mishloah Manot” gifts for the upcoming holiday of Purim. Feel free to be creative. Enjoy!
Granola Crumbles as gift
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This is an easy, quick, and delicious filling for Hamantashen. You can use it all year long served on toast, on cake, as part of a trifle or you can use it on Tu B’Shevat. The Recipe