19 Traditional Passover Favorites
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Easy Passover Recipes
Looking for something you can eat on Passover? We've got you covered! Whether you're preparing Passover-friendly food for your family or attending a Seder with friends, we're sure you'll find some great ideas in this collection of Passover recipes! From traditional favorites, like brisket and matzo balls to new, but kosher-for-Passover, recipes like Flourless Chocolate Cake, these recipes are sure to please everyone. Win smiles from the whole crowd with these easy passover recipes!
Call it by its fancy name, pate, or call it chopped liver. The old saying, "What am I, chopped liver?!" may come from the fact that this creamy spread is more often served as a side dish than a main course, but don't let that deter you; Liver Pate is a must-have!
Get ready for a Passover dessert recipe you're going to be saving again for next year! Our recipe for Passover Mandel bread uses cake meal instead of flour, so you can have some after dinner for the next eight days.
Fresh herbs add flavor to any recipe, and our holiday-festive Rosemary Roasted Potatoes are proof of that! Whenever company is coming, these easy potatoes are always a crowd-pleaser.
Need a little comfort that only "Mom" can provide? Well, you're sure to feel and taste lots of TLC in each spoonful of our Test Kitchen's classic soothing Mom's Chicken Soup.
When you're not sure what to make for dinner, it's always best to go with a tried-and-true classic. Our recipe for Roasted Chicken with vegetables is a family favorite that never disappoints.
This is one of our all-time most-requested recipes for brisket of beef, so that's why we say that this hearty pot roast is The Best Brisket Ever, and we're sure you'll agree.
Asparagus is a great spring vegetable that's easy to cook and tasty to eat. Our Grilled Asparagus cooks up in just minutes, making it the perfect quick side dish to any meal!
Sometimes the simplest things are the best, like carrots glazed with honey. Why not make our Citrus Honey Carrots and add a twist of lime zest for a nice touch of holiday green?
Float these light-as-air Jewish-style dumplings in your next pot of chicken soup and learn the meaning of true comfort! We have the only matzo ball recipe you'll ever need!
Aunt Sarah's Matzo Balls is one of our favorite traditional Passover recipes! These dumplings are a Jewish specialty that are perfect for any holiday table.
Sometimes you want something rich and fudgy and our Flourless Chocolate Torte is just what you've been looking for. One bite, and you'll be in dessert heaven!
Treat your family royally to this easy and refreshing "berry-licious" dessert! No matter how we serve it, on its own or as the tempting topper to a slice of sponge cake, it's a winner!
At holiday time, there's nothing better than revisiting the tastes of Mama's cooking. This sweet potato pudding is known as tzimmes and other names. Whatever it's called, it's worth trying this rich, flavorful Harvest Vegetable Bake packed with potatoes, vegetables and fruit.
The novel tang of prepared horseradish adds a flavorful spark to this comforting brisket recipe. Whether for a make-ahead, welcoming, weeknight supper or for a company meal, the result is always juicy, tender, and tasty.
With a slight hint of almond, these coconut cookies, known as macaroons, are sure to be a hit when you have company. Almond Macaroons will melt in your mouth and melt their hearts, too!
Our Roasted Brussels Sprouts are a quick, easy, and tasty side dish that will complement any main dish you are cookin' up for your gang tonight for Passover.
Did You Know?: Passover is an important holiday in the Jewish faith. It is celebrated with an 8-day festival that includes storytelling and special meals. On the first two nights of Passover, families gather together for a traditional Seder, which is basically a big feast that includes symbolic foods. It is an important part of the holiday to refrain from eating "chametz" or leavened grain (wheat, barley, rye oats, etc.) during the 8 days, which is why matzah (a flat unleavened bread) is a popular option during this time.
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