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Rochel's Recipe Blog

Find out the secrets to all those mouth watering delicacies that you always wanted to serve to your own guests.

Some Pesach Tips

It’s almost Pesach and I should be sharing with you Pesach recipes. The problem is on Pesach I use a very limited amount of ingredients and I don’t have any special pesach recipes. So I will share with you a few ideas of how I deal with the lack of spices.

I use salmon. All I do is pour a lot of lemon juice and salt and bake it covered. I must say it is really very tasty.

Lots of onions is the key. I slice a lot of onions and put the meat on top and then I drown it in wine and salt and let it cook for a long time. The results are wonderful.

The same goes for chicken. Lots of onions and salt but no wine. There are many people who make orange chicken pineapple chicken etc . I have tried it but did not like the results.

For side dishes
There is potato kugel , mashed potatoes, fried potatoes and grilled vegetables:

You can never go wrong with a yummy fruit salad. Crack some nuts and toast them for extra crunch.

On pesach the foods taste the closest to their natural flavors and are really very tasty.

Have a happy and kosher Pesach

Sesame Spaghetti - Recipe of the week

The following salad is always a hit when I have children at the table. They just can’t get enough of it. The measurements below produce a lot. What I usually do is halve it, and its easy because you just use 3 of everything instead of 6.

Sesame Spaghetti


1 package of spaghetti #1
6 stalks of scallions
6 cloves of garlic minced
6 tablespoons of sugar
6 tablespoons of oil
6 tablespoons of sesame oil
6 tablespoons of rice vinegar
6 tablespoons of soy sauce
A hand full of (toasted) sesame seeds

Cook the spaghetti and strain.
Cut the scallions in small pieces and add to the spaghetti
In a small pan over medium heat add the garlic, sugar, oil sesame, oil
rice, vinegar and soy sauce. Let it boil for a half a minute till
sugar dissolves. Pour over the spaghetti.
Toast the sesame seeds and add them to the bowl. Mix altogether and enjoy.

Tomato Basil Salad - Recipe of the week

So if you have eaten a shabbat or holiday meal at my home, then you know i am big on starters. I love when there are many salads. This is a great salad as it takes no more than 5 minutes to prepare and it is absolutely delicious.

Tomato Basil Salad


5 tomatoes

½ a purple onion

3 tablespoons vinegar

2 tablespoons oil

2 tablespoons sugar

2 tablespoons of dried basil ( the recipe calls for fresh basil but I have only tried it with dried)


Cut the tomatoes in have and then cut them in strips. Do the same for the purple onion. Mix in the rest of the ingredients and enjoy. This salad is best after it sits for about one hour.


Cole Slaw

Sometimes you taste something and you think it’s hard to make but lately I up for trying new things.
the following salad is not fancy or anything like that but it was something I haven’t tried before. And to my surprise its really easy.

Cole Slaw


½ a head of cabbage

4-5 carrots

½ cup of mayonnaise

3 tablespoons of vinegar

2 tablespoons of sugar

1 teaspoon of lemon juice

½ teaspoon salt

½ a teaspoon of black pepper

Dash of garlic powder


Shred the cabbage and carrots in a food processor. Place in a bowl and place the other ingredients and mix well. It taste best after it marinates for about 24 hours.

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