Many traditional Passover recipes, with the exception of matzoh, are naturally gluten-free. Make several batches of Gluten-Free Oat Matzoh Crackers and enjoy a wide variety of traditional Passover foods- gluten-free.
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Make several batches of Gluten-Free Oat Matzoh Crackers and enjoy them simply with wine and cheese or use them to make gluten-free matzoh meal and gluten-free matzoh ball soup. Recipe for Gluten-Free Matzoh Ball Soup
Naturally gluten-free and nutritious, this recipe for Israeli Charoset with Mixed Nuts, from About.com Guide to Kosher Food, Giora Shimoni is especially delicious.
Another recipe from Giora Shimoni, fresh cabbage, onions, apples cooked in a red wine vinegar make for a favorite, naturally gluten-free vegetable side-dish for Passover.
Learn why quinoa (keen wah), a naturally gluten-free is fast becoming a favorite gluten-free food, even for those not on gluten-free diets.
Popular Kosher Food cookbook author, Susie Fishbein has lots of fabulous gluten-free Passover recipes- here's a great entree- Gluten-Free Dry Rub Short Ribs. Just be sure your seasonings are natural and free of gluten! Recipe for Susie Fishbein's Dry Rub Short Ribs
A tradition during Passover, Coconut Macaroons are naturally gluten-free and so delicious. This recipe comes from our About.com Guide to Baking, Carroll Pellegrinelli. This recipe calls for 3 tablespoons of flour - make sure to use gluten-free flour, preferably a gluten-free all purpose blend without sorghum, brown rice or bean flour.
Recipe for Coconut Macaroons
Who wouldn't enjoy this Passover recipe for Double Layer Shehakol Cake, a concoction of eggs, sugar, nus, chocolate and coffee from Tamar Ansh, author of A Taste of Tradition: Pesach - Anything's Possible. Recipe for Double Layer Shehakol Cake