It is said that Queen Esther maintained her kashrut observance in the household of King Ahaseurus by essentially sticking to foods that are pareve. This Purim Seudah menu honors this tradition by offering a pareve menu that is delicious and easy.
1 / The Jim Dandy from The Boys Club
2 / Zesty Hummus and Pitas from The Cozy Apron
3 / Cauliflower Steaks with Meyer Lemon Relish from Brooklyn Supper
4 / Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Rosemary & Garlic from Oh She Glows
5 / Dandelion Greens with Mustard Vinaigrette from In Sock Monkey Slippers (other greens can be used too and don’t use anchovies to stick to pareve)
6 / Peach Sorbet from Food for my Family (if you don’t have peaches yet used tinned)
For more pareve recipes to add to this menu, see my Purim Seudah Pinterest Board. There are also meat recipes there too if meatless is too daunting!