We put ‘The New Mediterranean Jewish Table’ through its paces and were wowed by the results. Joyce Goldstein’s asparagus soup, fish-ball tagine and lamb stew offer a seasonal, modern approach to Passover dinner.
One reason this Passover soup is so delicious? There are no onions to mask the clean asparagus flavor.
These fish balls can be fried first, before they are slipped into the poaching liquid, which is a mixture of harissa, garlic, tomatoes and garnished with fresh parsley.
The fragrant green shoots with tiny young bulbs in this recipe resemble large green onions or baby leeks. Combined with green onions, they make for a delicate and aromatic stew.
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