By Bonnie R. Giller
Does this sound familiar to you? I never get out of the kitchen on Passover; I am constantly cooking and baking. I always gain weight over Passover. Every Passover recipe contains huge amounts of eggs and oil. I serve the same recipes with little variety each year.
With proper planning and recipe modification, your Passover recipes can be low in fat and healthy. If you are wondering if there is anything to serve besides meat and potatoes that is also healthy and tasty, you'll find your answer in this cookbook. There are over 100 delicious recipes ranging from Matzoh Stuffed Chicken Cutlets to a delicious Pineapple-Cherry Ribbon that will banish boredom and unhealthy dishes from your Passover menus. These healthy and creative recipes will help you breeze through Passover without sacrificing taste and originality. With proper portion control, you will be able to maintain your weight over the holiday, get out of the kitchen to enjoy your company, and be greeted at the table with cheers and excitement.
The recipes in this cookbook have been designed to reduce your intake of calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. All recipes include nutrition facts for calories, total fat, saturated fat, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrate, protein and dietary fiber. The American Dietetic Association and American Diabetes Association exchange lists per serving are included. This handy cookbook is great for the Passover traveler or the stay-at-home crowd.
- Published in 2010
- Approximately 6’’9’’, 0.5’’ thick, 168 pages
- Black text on white background
- A nutritionally-sound Passover cookbook