Passover dishes, Zahav style

“I learned so many things from my Bulgarian grandmother, Savta Mati,” he wrote. “We shared no common language, but we communicated just the same.”

By FAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
April 13, 2016 17:50
Mina recipe

Zahav's Mina with ground beef, cardamom and coffee, topped with savory and sweet haroset. (photo credit: MICHAEL PERSICO)

 
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 We weren’t looking for fresh ideas for our Passover menus when we went to the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles last October to attend award-winning chef Michael Solomonov’s talk about his new book, Zahav – A World of Israeli Cooking (written with Steven Cook).

As we were looking through the book, however, we did find dishes that we wanted to prepare for Passover.

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