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Maror Crusted Pesach Beef Roast

Horseradish is not just for maror. Gitty Rapoport of Kettle & Cord suggests using it to crust a perfect Pesach roast with onion jam. Full Story, Video

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That’s raw!!
it needs at least 4 or 5 hours and needs to be basted with the juice from the meat every hour

TZIVIA  PEKKAR [C.H].
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TZIVIA PEKKAR [C.H].

B.H. Gitty, was this roast cooked without covering?.
If I wanted the roast to be more well done inside, for how long to bake in the oven?.

Chabad?
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Chabad?

The recipe includes oil, sugar and jalapenos…..

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Question

How do you make marror patties?

Moror can't use these roasts until after the second Seder
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Moror can't use these roasts until after the second Seder
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many in lubavitch use oil on pesach, particularly olive oil. as for the sugar, my guess is that you can used pre- boiled and sieved sugar to make the syrupy jam in this recipe. this type of “cooked” sugar, too, is used by many in lubavitch. as far as the pepper is concerned, many will use thin- skinned vegetables as long as they’re carefully and fully peeled. for example, many people peel and eat tomatoes on pesach. people also eat carrots that have been carefully peeled even though they do not have a natural skin, etc. personally, i’m among those… Read more »

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oil: some hold only by schmaltz, many hold by certain types of oils
sugar: some boil it down and strain it BEFORE pesach to make a sugar liquid.
jalapeños: shouldn’t be a problem if peeled, I’ve never heard of it being in the same category as garlic, I’ve used jalapeños in my pesach recipes and they are a G-d send on pesach!

Looks beautiful!
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Looks beautiful!

A sharp serrated knife would’ve been better.

Shallots
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Shallots

is this in the garlic or onion family?

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to #9

shallots are in the onion family

Number 5
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Number 5

You are 100% correct, only practical for the Second day or the Last days of Pesach. can Not use Maror until after second Sader

Thanks so much!!
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Thanks so much!!

Really appreciate these recipes given by a great role model of a Jewish woman. Thanks! Will use iyh.

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6lb roast is ambiguous. Which cut to use?

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