2/29/2012

Passover & Feast of Unleavened Bread-Menus

If you are interested in Biblical holidays, you'll find it fascinating to study the feasts in the Old Testament as described in Leviticus 23. Then challenge yourself to make the connections to their prophetic significance for the New Testament Christian. Because I'm interested in prophesy, I've been observing the feasts for about seven years now. It has added layers of richness and presented new challenges in the lining up my beliefs with scripture.


One of the pleasures of keeping the feasts is the coming together of family and friends for fellowship, study, and food. The Feast of Unleavened Bread is set apart by the interesting requirement of unleavened bread for seven days. A few special recipes make the week memorable and mindful, and keep one curious and meditative of what the future may bring.


These are a few recipes I will be trying this year! Mix and match to your family's taste. Adapt any ingredients as necessary.  I'll be updating as I find new recipes, so check back!



Breakfast
Strawberry or Apple Crepes

Lunch
Hummus with vegetables & Flatbread Chips
Apple Haroset
Arugula & Spinach Salad

Dinner
Grilled Salmon
Roasted Whole Chicken
Raw Zucchini Pasta
Roasted Asparagus
Roasted Garlic Brussels Sprouts (I use frozen)
Roasted Potatoes
Arugula & Spinach Salad
Unleavened Flatbreads

Dessert
Fresh  Strawberries with Whipped Cream

Snacks
Sweet and Salty Popcorn




Unleavened Breads
Lavosh
Chapati
Essene Bread
Unleavened Tortillas
Crepes




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