Okay, I know I'm more than a little odd, but I've got it in my head to do a sort of modified Peruvian menu for the second Seder. I say "modified" because most of the Peruvian recipes I've seen rely heavily on cream and cheese and I need to stay fleishig. Also, my family would rise up in rebellion if I changed certain courses.
I'll be serving seviche instead of gefilte fish and plantains in orange sauce (kind of like a tzimmes, maybe) with the smoked turkey, but I'm really stumped for a charoset and a dessert. I'm leaning towards changing up a pareve Apricot Mousse from the NY Times Passover cookbook to a Mango Mousse and garnishing with tropical fruit and coconut and serving with French almond macaroons but I'm open to more "Peruvian" options.
Any and all suggestions - as long as they're dairy-free - are welcome.
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