Prassa Quajado, Leek and Potato Bake

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on September 11, 2015

Last week I was preparing to fry about 6-7 dozen Kuftes De Prassa for Rosh Hashanah.  I usually calculate about 4 large prassa, leeks [click to continue…]



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Passover Kufte de Prassa

March 7, 2010
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Memories of flavorful and fluffy kufte de prassa come to mind this time of year as I plan my Passover menus.  During the rest of the year , especially at Rosh Hashanah when I make kufte de prassa I use bread crumbs or some I know, use moistened stale challah to bind the meatball mix and […]

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Leek Kufte

September 14, 2009
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Kufte de Prassa, Leek and Ground Beef Patties Somewhere between a meatball and patty is a kufte.  Made with ground beef, they are light and fluffy with a delicate crisp exterior, and redolent with the taste of autumn leeks.  Serve this recipe as one of the starters, Simanim, for a traditional Jewish New Years celebration. […]

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A Sephardic Rosh Hashanah

September 13, 2009
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Sephardic Tradition for Rosh Hashanah My family has a unique culinary heritage, migrating from the Holy Land to Spain; my ancestors lived and flourished in the Golden Age for centuries.  The Golden Age was a time of religious tolerance in Spain’s history from around 711  to the 13th century, an age of civility, poetry, enlightened medicine, […]

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