Mexican flavors for Passover

Mexican cuisine is continually being updated as cooks use traditional ingredients in new ways.

By FAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
April 27, 2016 16:27
Matza-ball soup

Matza-ball soup with mushrooms and jalapeño peppers. (photo credit: ELLEN SILVERMAN)

 
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 When I asked Pati Jinich to suggest dishes for Passover from her just-published book, Mexican Today – New and Rediscovered Recipes for Contemporary Kitchens, some people in the audience at her presentation at Melissa’s Produce chuckled.

They probably found the question funny because they did not realize that Jinich celebrates Passover, and that her Passover dishes have Mexican flavors.

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