Passover, the Jewish spring festival commemorating the deliverance of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery, is almost here. Yes, it's true that most Latinos are Catholic or Christian, but there is also a significant population of Latino jews in countries  like Cuba, Argentina, and Mexico.

Passover is an eight-day observance, the first two days and last two days of the period are celebrated with sumptuous holiday meals. Now you know that if there are Latino Jews then there has to be an array of Passover recipes with sabor Latino to them. Here are 5 amazing Passover recipes with a Latin twist that will delight and satisfy. Keep in mind you don't have to be Jewish of Latino to enjoy these delicacies.

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Passover Latino: Traditional Jewish recipes with our own twist

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Mexican style matzo ball soup

Mmm, epazote and lime give matzo ball soup a Latin twist.

For full recipe instructions visit Jewish Woman Magazine.

 

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