Blood Orange and Almond Cake

Blood Orange and Almond Cake

Our team at Ta’amim have drawn inspiration from the Tu B’Shevat seder to create a beautifully moist blood orange, olive oil and almond cake, topped with fruit and a blood orange and cardamom syrup. Olives

Classic Chicken Soup

Chicken Soup with Kneidlach (Matzah Balls)

Often referred to as Jewish penicillin, there are few dishes more iconic in the Jewish repertoire than this Ashkenazic Friday Night staple, served with kneidlach (matzah balls) or lokshen (noodles). There are an infinite number of minor tweaks to this recipe from the addition of tomatoes and dill to arguments about clarity, but what we can all agree upon is that if your mum ever made chicken soup for you when you were sick then you will insist forevermore that hers is, was and always will be the best, and nobody will ever convince you otherwise. We’re okay with that, because our mums all made the best soup, too!

Honey and Ginger Salmon with Asian Slaw

Honey and Ginger Salmon with Asian Slaw

Earthy freshness from parsley, vibrancy from mint and refreshing aniseed notes from tarragon, all lifted with the zesty citrus burst of lemon, mean that this flavourful dressing (as the name suggests) works with everything. Almost. You may not want it in your tea, and it might taste a bit funny on chocolate mousse, but it can add vibrancy to meat, fish, vegetables, salads and even – if you’re feeling bold – fruit (as a sweet and tangy salsa or a melon starter)!

Herb and Citrus Everything Dressing

Herb and Citrus Everything Dressing

Earthy freshness from parsley, vibrancy from mint and refreshing aniseed notes from tarragon, all lifted with the zesty citrus burst of lemon, mean that this flavourful dressing (as the name suggests) works with everything. Almost. You may not want it in your tea, and it might taste a bit funny on chocolate mousse, but it can add vibrancy to meat, fish, vegetables, salads and even – if you’re feeling bold – fruit (as a sweet and tangy salsa or a melon starter)!

Kosher for Passover Salad Dressings

Kosher for Passover Salad Dressings

If vinegar or mustard feature in your go-to salad dressings, then Pesach might pose a challenge for you! Although some wine and cider vinegars are available at Passover, they can be costly, and if you don’t live near a Kosher superstore, they may be hard to procure. But don’t panic – we’ve got you covered. Fresh citrus can provide much-needed acidity, vibrancy and even sweetness at a fraction of the cost. Below are some of our favourite KfP salad dressings.

Vegetarian Stuffed Aubergines

Vegetarian Stuffed Aubergines

One of the most joyful things about cooking is experimentation, and we love a versatile recipe. A vegetarian alternative to our meat-stuffed aubergines, the recipe below is for a mushroom, spinach and tomato-filled aubergine, topped with cheese, but almost everything about this recipe is optional. A great way to use up whatever vegetables, herbs and greens are knocking about in the fridge, the only essential part here is the aubergine!

Super Simple Mango, Lime and Chilli Salsa

Mango, Lime & Chilli Salsa

Delicious flavours of Mexico shine through in this quick, easy and incredibly versatile salsa which is perfect on grilled fish, chicken, pulled beef or our loaded matzah nachos.

Loaded Matzah Nachos

Loaded Matzah Nachos

These delicious Loaded Matzah Nachos are a speedy crowd-pleaser. Easy, fun and tasty, these are a great Passover treat, and can be whipped up in minutes. Try topped with Guacamole (recipe below) or BBQ mushrooms and our Mango, Lime & Chilli Salsa.
Below are recipes for a sweet, pancake-esque matzah brei which we love at breakfast, and a savoury scramble which makes for a delicious, filling lunch or dinner which can be whisked up in minutes!

BBQ Mushrooms

BBQ Mushrooms

These sticky, sweet barbecue mushrooms are incredibly quick and easy to make, once you have BBQ sauce in the fridge or larder. Delicious year-round, these are a great vegan choice, delicious as part of a fake-away served with chips or on a jacket potato and topped with cheese. And as the recipe below uses our Kosher for Passover BBQ Sauce, you could even throw them on our Loaded Matzah Nachos.
This sweet, sticky barbecue sauce is great on our KLP Southern-Fried Chicken Drumsticks, can be substituted into our BBQ Brisket recipe or simply served with homemade chips for a Pesach-friendly treat.