Author Naomi Nachman, known as “The Aussie Gourmet,” shares some of her favorite Passover recipes that make delicious meals all year round in her debut cookbook “Perfect for Pesach: Passover Recipes You’ll Want to Make All Year, released this month by Artscroll ($30, hardcover).

Nachman, chef, caterer and host of the radio show “Table for Two” on the Nachum Segal Network, shares some of her popular recipes from over two decades of cooking and catering for Pesach. Her recipes use innovative flavor combinations with ingredients that are easily accessible from local supermarkets and stores.

“Perfect for Pesach” features over 125 recipes photographed by kosher blogger and cookbook author, Miriam Pascal. Each recipe features “Cook’s Tips” culled from Nachman’s years of professional experience and she has provided readers with Freezer Tips, Prep Ahead, How-to information and recommendations for basic kitchen equipment. The majority of the recipes are gluten-free.

Recipes include Hawaiian Poke, Chimichurri Coleslaw, Cauliflower Sushi, Charoset Salad, Tangy Aioli Branzini, Quinoa and Mushroom Stuffed Capons, Tequila Lime Chicken, Herb-Crusted Lamb Chops, Pastrami Meatballs, Mock Sesame Noodles, Frozen Red Wine Strawberry Mousse and Chili Chocolate Chip Cookies.

“My goal is to help home cooks prepare delicious meals without making the process too complicated or exhausting,” Nachman said in a release. “I want you to be as excited about cooking for Pesach as I am. These recipes are so delicious, your family and friends will be asking for them all year long.”

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