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Passover “Chopped Vegetarian Liva”


I want to share with the good folks celebrating Passover this delish dish. A WARNING = it’s soooo good that you might want to eat the entire portion without sharing, but that’s not what this holiday is about.  My friend sent me a text that sums it up: “It’s a time to organize the drawers of your heart and Spirit to get rid of all the things that got sour. Rise above your difficulties and open your soul to bloom again”. When you want to eat this, close your eyes and open your mind and take a taste and then another and another. I’m sure your soul and your Spirit will rejoice.

THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE THIS DELISH DISH:

6 TBSP  Vegetable Oil

3 ONIONS chopped

1  3/4 cups frozen EDAMAME

1 cup GREEN BEANS

15 WALNUTS

3 (peeled) Hard Boiled EGGS

Salt and Pepper to taste

THIS IS WHAT YOU DO WITH IT ALL:

Heat the oil at MED heat, when all silky, add Chopped ONIONS (my son, the Chef, said to always put a little Kosher Salt to sweat the onions, which brings out their sweetness.  Cook until soft, add EDAMAME, GREEN BEANS, Salt and Pepper. Continue to cook until the Green Beans and Edamame are not so green anymore.

I let the ONION mixture and Hard Boiled EGGS cool a bit and then put in FOOD PROCESSOR, add WALNUTS and mix until it looks like a rough paste. Add a little oil if it looks dry. 

Serve with your favorite Matzo.

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