Vegan Matzoh Ball Soup w/flaxseeds--these were great! J and I like denser and chewy matzoh balls, so this was a great recipe for that. We even used w.w. matzoh meal for the first time without any detrimental effect.
Last year, I tried a matzoh ball recipe with tofu, and they were the opposite--very light and fluffy. Also, since tofu is technically not so kosher for passover, so the flax seed recipe is nice to have in the repertoire...
Latkes from a mix--J prefers these to homemade latkes, and it is a million times less work, so that's how we roll... We used flaxseed to replace the egg, and it worked really well. (1 tbsp ground flax + 3 tbsp water for each egg) We were both impressed.
Cauliflower leek kugel with almond herb crust (has tofu) was a favorite from last year. I boil the cauliflower instead of steaming it. I'm sure it works either way. For us, it's a keeper.
If anyone wants one of the vegan matzoh ball soup recipes, let me know. They are both from the folks at the PPK and can be found on that website with a little hunting. I also use their vegetable broth recipe when I make it, which is a fantastic complement.
As you can see, our version of passover includes soy products. It makes my life A LOT easier, since I don't like to cook with eggs or dairy at home. J is lactose intolerant too, so it works for both of us :).