A Festive Purim Seudah Menu

Because there is some work involved in the chicken dish, I like to keep the sides simple with an easy Lemon Herb Couscous and a delicious Vegetable Chickpea Stew – both of them a nod to Esther’s vegetarian diet.  Finally, it’s not Purim without Hamantashen. This version, with almonds and an Amaretto laced apricot filling, is the perfect end to a festive meal.

About the Author

pamreiss1Pam Reiss lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada  and wears several hats: She is the co–owner of Desserts Plus, a kosher catering company and specialty food store and is the author of the popular Kosher Collection cookbook series: Soup: A Kosher Collection  and Passover: A Kosher Collection. The second edition of Soup: A Kosher Collection was recently released with new recipes and photographs. Pam grew up in the family catering business and loves to travel, write, and to test and create new recipes. Pam's cooking philosophy is simple and straightforward. She has two rules: keep it simple and use the best ingredients. Visit Pam at her website PamelaReiss.com.

February 28, 2012

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