- Matzagna - basically veggie lasagna with moistened matzah in place of noodles. I make this every year and it's always good and always lasts a few days.
- "Sunday Baked Eggplant" from the Monday to Friday Cookbook (out of print and a mere penny on Amazon or easily found at thrift stores - you need it!). My go-to recipe - super easy.
- Baked potatoes.
- Passover "pasta." (Hey, if you're eating gluten free, this pasta is also GF so check for it in your favorite grocery store's Passover section!)
- The Hungry Girl "Slaw and Order" recipe (broccoli slaw as a pseudo-pasta - it's good!).
- Passover rolls - yum yum.
- Matzah and cream cheese. (Duh.)
- Matzah brei.
- Eggs. Eggs. Eggs. (Backyard chicken eggs!)
- Chocolate-covered macaroons (a splurge from today's shopping trip). Noms.
- Regular macaroons.
- Tons of veggies - I always always eat an artichoke during Passover just because.
- Matzah ball soup (vegetarian).
- Quinoa, maybe.
- I just realized sunflower seed butter may be sort of kosher - I should look into that.
I should be OK, right? In fact, writing this out, I ALWAYS go a bit overboard and have more than enough food and then stuff left over at the end when I'm sick sick sick of matzah. But I'm going for variety since I always feel hungry during Passover. I also sometimes (feeling guilty all the while) eat kitniyot, particularly as the week drags on - soy and beans are my main source of protein alongside eggs and cheese (I won't eat seitan/wheat-based fake meats during Passover and really, I can only eat so much cheese and eggs) so I eat a bit here and there.