Try the following macaroons recipe in the Sephardic-style for the Passover / Pesach festival. A macaroon recipe for the Passover / Pesach festival can use different ingredients depending on cultural influences where Jews live or have lived, individual family macaroon recipes, and the availability of ingredients where one is located. Sephardim (alternate spelling: Sefardim; plural form of "Sephardi" or "Sefardi"; descriptive form: "Sephardic" or "Sefardic") are those Jews whose ancestors came from Spain and/or Portugal, and their versions for a macaroons recipe usually add an exotic twist to the basic ingredients found in a macaroons recipe, one of many delicious dessert recipes found in the Sephardic culinary repertoire. The following is a basic version of a Sephardic-style macaroon recipe.
3 cups (15 ounces or 425.25 grams) almonds
1 cup sugar
3 egg whites
Confectioners' sugar, for dusting.
Instructions for the Sephardic-Style Macaroons recipe:
Yield: 2 dozen Sephardic-Style macaroons.