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My daughter Joy created this easy diet pizza recipe and shared it on @thejewishhostess Instagram in a snap.
Pizza recipe trends are constantly evolving, and this carb-free, low-fat Passover version from Emanuelle Lee of London is one that you will want to whip up all year round. If you are a Passover hostess that is trying to escape the post holiday waistline bulge, then this recipe is for you!
Check out Emanuelle’s blog at www.manusmenu.blogspot.com.
Cauliflower Crust Pizza:
microwave 6 minutes (no water)
this makes 3 cups
cauliflower crust pizza
spinach wontons- I used nay soya brand wontons
roasted String beans with rosemary and basil- from Dare to be Different cookbook
Tofu sticks. They are breaded in flax meal and corn flake crumbs. And baked!
chocolate peanut butter biscotti
Peanut butter fluff brownies, s’mores, brownies, and choc chip cookies
Thank you Susan Zeitoune for sending in your dessert bar pics! Amazing for a 17 year old!! What a great birthday inspiration! I love the Dylan's candy theme and what a spectacular dinner menu! Attention Hostesses! I will be posting dessert bar pics- Keep sending them in! The winner will receive Amy Atlas's brand new dessert bar book! Keep checking The Jewish Hostess for every day for new and unique hostess's dessert bar sparks of imagination! Send to email@example.com. Thanks again and enjoy the scrumptious party pics below! Marlene "Hi my name is Susan Zeitoune, I am 17 years old and I made a dinner party for my friend's birthday. The theme was Dylan's Candy Bar so I wrapped cubes with Dylan's wrapping paper and put octagonal mirrors on top for individualized food. The food was all homemade and placed in differently shaped mini lucite cups and bowls. (From left to right) mini penne noodles with sauce, mini veggie pizzas, calsones, mini pizzas, fried breaded fish, mini spinach cupcakes, mini salmon with teryaki sauce over couscous, sambousak, grilled french green beans with peppers, and mini challi rolls. The names for place cards were written on the little striped candy boxes and the napkins were Dylan's Candy Bar dessert napkins. For dessert there was 10 different hard and chewy candies in cones to choose from, mini Oreo cakes with frosting, mini fruit kabobs , Kit Kat and M&M cake and Dylan's Candy Bar fondant cake. (All homemade)."
This recipe was such a hit that I decided to re-post it. Zaatar is a tangy, addictive spice that is actually a mixture of dried herbs, sesame seeds, sumac, and salt. It is a centuries-old mixture dating back to at least the 13th century. Exactly what those herbs are, and how all those ingredients are proportioned vary from culture to culture and family to family. If you would like to create your own memorable zaatar recipe, you can start HERE, and give or take a little until you create your own personal zaatar potpourri.
Great last minute yummy pizza!
Kids and adults love it- great for parties! Perfect for your Purim Seuda!!
My friend Jamie is one of the best friends that a girl can have. She also is a gourmet cook and has tons of great tried and true kosher recipes at the tip of her tongue. She is also one of those girls that would never leave out an ingredient so I know all of her recipes are perfected. If I could just find about two hours to write them all down, I would have enough great kosher dishes to keep this blog going for at least another six months!
Keep checking in to The Jewish Hostess to get more of Jamie’s favorites! Marlene
“We are all looking for easy Passover recipes, especially great Passover recipes for kids tastes.
This is really the best Passover recipe for pizza dough . You can use with any dairy pizza topping or with a meat topping such as lahamagine.
I form balls out of the dough, flatten them with a (Passover) tortilla press and shape with a (Passover) cookie cutter.” Enjoy! -Jamie
Ingredients for this Kosher Passover Pizza Dough Recipe
Everyone has a different variation of a pizza recipe. My pizza recipe is from the “Deal delights cook book #2”:
In food processor pour in water, sprinkle yeast. Pulse machine on and off just till yeast dissolves.
Add flour and salt and oil. Process 10-15 seconds or until dough forms a ball (if sticky add flour and if dry add water) let dough rise for 10 min and roll out
Pizza topping #1– Slice a mozzarella cheese ball and place on dough. Pour Don Pepino 15 oz can pizza sauce (sold at most grocery stores) over cheese. Sprinkle lightly with parmesan cheese. Then drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.
Pizza topping #2- My friend (Celia Haddad) gave me her recipe which I am going to try this week. She puts sauce and mozzarella cheese. Then she mixes baby arugula lightly with vinaigrette dressing and when the pizza comes out of the oven she puts the salad on top. It sounds yummy.
Enjoy the rest of your holidays and remember you can’t go wrong with a pizza. Anyway u make it is sure to be a hit!!!
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