Vegan, Kosher for Passover Recipes
You can buy delicious eggplant salads at most places that sell kosher for passover( a store with a large jewish community anyway) You can also look these up and make them yourself. there is babaganoush - a roasted eggplant spread. they make one with no mayo. mayo contains eggs so you don't want that one. There are also many combos of eggplant with tomato, pepper mushrooms etc. eggplant caponata, morrocan salad, turkish salad, matbucha salad. These are all middle eastern recipies and good all year round. If you can find them they are very good. Some are similar to salsa and some are a thicker spread . All are great on matza or used as a dip with vegetables. By the way in a good kosher market you can definitely find kosher for passover confectioners sugar ( no corn starch) If you could include eggs there would be no end to recipies .Oh well. For dessert you can find parve egg free whip topping . Note, I have found that the kosher for passover whip toppings (which come frozen by the way) are difficult to beat but if you do not give up they will turn into whip in ten minutes.. Maybe they will have improved the recipe this year. You can fold into the topping, canned fruit and fresh or frozen strawberries and coconut for ambrosia. A good mix is canned pineapple, strawberries,and peaches and or mandarin oranges,Add coconut if you like. This mix is also fine without the whip topping. It is beautiful placed in a cup with some whip on top also. Or freeze some fruit (strawberries are great) and blend them then fold into the whip topping for an ice cream like dessert. Chocolate melted and drizzled into the whip will make "Chocolate Ice cream". If you make the toffee coated matzo that someone mentioned you can break this into little bits and fold into your "Ice cream" or sprinkle it on top. Really great. Good luck have a happy holiday.