Passover Linzer Torte recipe

Pareve margarine is made from water, oil and flavorings (not dairy products).

1/2 cup matzo cake meal
1/2 cup potato starch
1 cup pareve margarine or butter,
cut into 1-inch pieces
1 cup ground unpeeled almonds
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon or ( 1 teaspoon lemon rind)
2 eggs, separated
1/2 cup red raspberry jam

Position knife blade in food processor bowl; add cake meal and potato starch. Top with cover; pulse 3 or 4 times or until blended. Add margarine to cake meal mixture. Pulse 7 or 8 times or until blended. Add almonds, sugar, cinnamon and egg yolks; process until smooth. Remove two-thirds of dough (1 3/4 cups) and spread on bottom and 1 inch up sides of ungreased 9-inch springform pan; top with jam.

Divide remaining dough into six equal portions. Shape each portion with fingers into a ropelike cylinder; arrange on top of jam in lattice fashion, pressing each end into dough at edge of pan. Slightly beat egg whites (at room temperature), and brush evenly over dough. Bake at 325 degrees F for 45 minutes. Let cool slightly before removing sides of springform pan

Category: Passover
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  1. Levi Ullman says:

    Hag Pesah Sameah……I just found your blog after searching for: recipes, Passover, coconut, raspberry……I can hardly wait to try some new treats this year for the holiday. Thanks….
    Of course I could not help but seeing what you wrote about your dog and your sadness of Pesah being on Chelsea’s birthday. I hope it wasn’t too difficult and you could focus on the holiday’s message of joy and liberation. I too know the sadness of going through the death death of a furry friend. I lost both my 12 year old Goldens within the same calendar year. Briar, the first to, go was the best dog ever and a friend I held so close to my heart I dreaded his aging and the fact that he would one day die. He did die and I adopted another one year old golden, whom my kids renamed Pal. I just wanted to share a bit of dog philosophy with you (the point of all this rambling). Pal is different than Briar for sure, but he is still a great dog. I realize now that though they are all different, any companionable dog is essentially the same. They’re happy to see you, they will accept all the attention you’ll give, will occasionally frustrate you and will always LOVE YOU BACK. I’ve come to realize that sitting on the sofa at the end of the work day, with a furry head on your knee is bliss…..regardless of which furry friend it is. So enjoy Chelsea’s memories and photos, but keep an open heart to Jackson. You’ll see……he’ll be just as easy to love…I know, I’ve been there.
    I hope you enjoy the holiday and bake up a storm!

  2. Blima says:

    I am sorry about your dogs, Wow,both in the same year, I cannot even imagine the pain, and you are right, Jackson is mending my heart and I do love him very much, very different then Chelsea, maybe also cause he is male,or just a completly different personality,
    Your children gave your new furbaby a perfect name, Pal, I love it. Thank you so very much for this post.

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    • Blima says:

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