Pascale's kitchen: Passover desserts

We prepared three desserts with delightful fillings and creams.

April 13, 2017 12:10
Passover desserts

Passover desserts. (photo credit: TAL SIVAN TZIPOREN)


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Now that Seder night is behind us, we can focus on preparing some nice desserts for our families for Shabbat Hol Hamoed and the last day of Passover.

When it comes to the holidays, I think it's nice to serve a dessert that not only tastes good, but looks like it was prepared in a bakery. So I met up with pastry chef Ofer Gal from Boutique Central Patisserie to discuss new Passover recipes.


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