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Passover Recipe Links

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Passover Appetizers

Start your Passover feast off on the right foot with Passover Rolls or Matzo Brei. Your family will love these delicious dishes.

  • Passover Rolls These dinner rolls will be a welcome treat at the traditional Passover table. Adding beaten eggs to the dough makes these matzo rolls puff up like popovers fresh from the oven.
  • Matzo Brei A traditional dish for Passover brunch, this easy egg and matzo fry can be made sweet, topped with cinnamon sugar or jelly, or savory, with additions of your favorite vegetables and fresh herbs.
  • Matzo Ball Soup A tasty tradition for the Passover table, this matzo ball soup is a comforting and nourishing meal in a bowl, made rich in flavor from parsley, onion and hearty chicken broth.
  • Passover Soup with Chicken Meatballs Simple and satisfying, a steaming bowl of broth becomes a hearty meal all on its own when spooned up with bite-size chicken meatballs. Blending ground chicken and matzo, these mini meatballs make for perfect Passover fare.

Passover Dinners

A mix of traditional and tasty, our Passover dinner recipes – the Passover Stuffed Chicken and Classic Potato Kugel are two of our favorites – will have mouths watering long before it's time to eat.

  • Fabulous Slow-Roasted Brisket The scent of this delicious slow-roasted brisket will drive you crazy as it cooks -- ever so slowly -- to perfect tenderness. It tastes every bit as wonderful as it smells.
  • Passover Stuffed Chicken A simple savory stuffing of zucchini, matzo, onion and garlic transforms everyday chicken into an extraordinary entree worthy of your holiday table.
  • Classic Potato Kugel A true grandma classic -- this potato kugel is surprisingly easy to put together, and can be made ahead of time if you prefer.
  • Oven Roasted Spring Vegetables Serve a colorful assortment of spring veggies to get everyone in a seasonal frame of mind. Feel free to omit any vegetables that your family doesn't enjoy or add any of your favorites, just try to keep the total amount about the same.
  • Passover Vegetable Patties Load up on veggies for this delicious Passover favorite. It's quick and easy to make, and is a great way to keep the kids busy in the kitchen.
  • Passover Pizza This twist on traditional pizza transforms sheets of matzo bread into mini versions with marinara sauce, mozzarella and all your favorite toppings for a Passover-perfect treat the kids will love.

Passover Desserts

Take your pick from these delicious Passover recipes. These treats will put the perfect finishing touch on a night of delicious fare!

  • Haroset Enjoyed as a ritual holiday sweet for Seder, this tasty dessert is made with apples, cinnamon, honey and sweet wine and is best served chilled. Because it requires no baking, it's a great food for kids to help prepare for Passover.
  • Apple Cinnamon Kugel A classic for the holiday table, this traditional Jewish dessert blends grated apples, sugar, matzo farfel, egg whites and cinnamon for a scrumptious kugel. Matzo farfel can be found in many grocery stores and specialty shops.
  • Passover Brownies Sweeten your celebration with a batch of these decadent chocolate brownies that substitute matzo meal for traditional flour. They're sure to add a festive touch to your Passover table.
  • Passover Pavlova A wonderful light dessert that can be served at the end of a heavy Seder meal. If you observe kosher dietary laws, you can use non-dairy whipped topping instead of the whipped cream as a filling when this delicious Passover Pavlova follows a meat meal.
  • Pineapple Kugel A traditional Jewish dessert served at the holiday table, this sweet kugel will make a wonderful accompaniment to your festive meal. Its sweetness comes from crushed pineapple, vanilla, cinnamon and candied cherries.
  • Pretend Oatmeal Cookies During the eight days of Passover, foods that contain ordinary flour, legumes or grains are on the “no” list. But a kid's got to have cookies! These pretend oatmeal cookies are crisp and yummy and can get popped into a lunch box.

~Heids


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