Helen’s delicious Pesach – my recipe book is here!

Softcover available on Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com
ebook for iPad, or pdf, available on Blurb.com

For the last what-seems-like-forever I’ve been writing, illustrating, typesetting, designing and generally preparing a book of delicious recipes for Pesach (Passover). And now, at last, I can share it with YOU!

Pesach food needs to be free from chametz, which basically means no grains, so all the recipes are naturally gluten-free. They’re also free from kitniot and gebrokhts, which will mean something to you if care about these things. If you’ve never heard these words before, don’t worry about them 🙂

For each of the eight days of Pesach you will find a recipe for breakfast, a main dish, a side dish or salad, a potato dish, and a cake or dessert. All the recipes have been tried and tested, and given the Kipper seal-of-approval. She was particularly keen on some of the cakes & desserts.

Helen's delicious Pesach contents pages

The book is available as an ebook (for iPad) for £4.99, a pdf document for £6.99 or if you’re feeling really flush you can invest in a gorgeous glossy print version for £17.50.

You can preview some of the pages below. Happy Pesach!


Please contact me if you have any questions, or would like a review copy.


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  6. Good for you Helen. I hope it goes well 🙂

  7. This is a festival I’ve not heard of before. Well done on publishing your own book!

    • Thanks Camilla! Pesach is the Hebrew name for Passover – the Jewish spring festival. It has its own set of unique dietary restrictions, on top of the usual ‘Kosher’ ones. A fun time to be a Jewish cook!

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