Traditionally, Passover meals are very heavy and filling. For those of us who try to eatgluten-free or have celiac disease, it can be a downright difficult holiday to observe. Jewish tradition requires that you eat unleavened matzo for eight full days, yet most traditional matzo is made from wheat and water – a recipe that can result in indigestion, inflammation, and discomfort for many gluten-free eaters.
This year, we’ve put together a lighter, gluten-free Passover menu that allows you and your guests to enjoy all of your favorites like matzo ball soup or kugel without over doing it – and without upsetting any food allergies or intolerances.
Gluten-Free Passover Menu
What do you have on your Passover menu this year?