Instead of Matsa, Eat Tortillas: Easy, Kosher Easter Recipes

Tortillas made with lentils and sprouted chickpeas are rich in protein and gluten-free and also suitable for those with celiac sensitivities. They form the basis of a complete meal, contain no added sugar, food coloring, or preservatives, and are excellent as a base for sandwiches, rolls with various fillings, pizza, pies, casseroles, and other uses in a contemporary kitchen. This is a great solution for Easter week when we’re looking for an alternative to bread. Here are some recipes that will give you ideas. From here the sky is the limit.

Kosher Greek Easter salad in a tortilla bowl (Photo: Oren Shalev)

refreshing salad bowl

the components:
Whole Wrapped Tartare
An Israeli salad of your favorite vegetables
Bulgarian cheese cubes
Sauce to taste

to prepare:

  1. Place the tortillas in a round, heat-resistant, oven-safe skillet.
  2. Place in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 7 minutes to strengthen the tortilla. Find and calm.
  3. Prepare the salad and serve it in the bowl.
    Gluten-free tortillas are considered kosher for Passover (Photo: Oren Shalev)Gluten-free tortillas are considered kosher for Passover (Photo: Oren Shalev)

Empires is a kosher dish for Easter, and it’s a dish that kids love too

Recipe by Chef Omar Ben Dor

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the components:
Gluten-free and kosher whole tortillas for Easter
Spinach (or any other meat or cheese filling)
Sliced ​​fried onion
Salt and Pepper

to prepare:

  1. Cook spinach in boiling water for 3 minutes and drain well in cold water. Squeeze the liquids and chop them well. You can also use the hand mixer rod.
  2. Add the sauteed spinach, onion, salt and pepper.
  3. Beat the tortillas in circles. Put a teaspoon of the filling in the middle, pinch the edges tightly with a fork and put in a preheated oven at 180 degrees until golden, about 15 minutes.
  4. Instead of spinach, you can make any filling you like: minced meat, cheese, steamed vegetables with chopped nuts, and more.
    Kosher Tortilla Sushi for Passover (Photo: Oren Shalev)Kosher Tortilla Sushi for Passover (Photo: Oren Shalev)

tortilla sushi

the components:
Gluten-free and kosher whole tortillas for Easter
lettuce / green leaves
Jamba cut into slices
Bulgarian cheese
pesto spread
green onion

to prepare:

  1. Spread the pesto on the tortilla base.
  2. Put the Bulgarian cheese, lettuce, gamba slices and green onions.
  3. Roll the tortilla and cut it into equal circles.
  4. Put on a tray and serve.
    A whole twisted tortilla (Photo: Oren Shalev)A whole twisted tortilla (Photo: Oren Shalev)

Plum/apple pie

the components:
A whole chickpea tortilla without gluten and kosher for Easter
About 8 medium red plums or 6 apples
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon corn flour

to prepare:

  1. Prepare the filling: Mix the prunes or apples with brown sugar and cornmeal.
  2. Assembling the pie: Place the tortillas in a round pan and fill them with the fruit filling. The edges of the tortilla are folded and covered with aluminum foil.
  3. Put the tortillas in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes, until the tortillas are golden and the fruits are browned.
A whole tortilla made with kosher chickpeas for Passover costs NIS 19.90, available at Leading Chains (Photo: Yachts)A whole tortilla made with kosher chickpeas for Passover costs NIS 19.90, available at Leading Chains (Photo: Yachts)

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