Passover Recipes

Delicious dishes for you and your family this Passover.

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Passover is a holiday all about freedom — and food! But the restrictions on hametz (leavened food or food containing a leavening agent) and, for many Ashkenazi Jews, kitniyot (legumes, various grains and corn) make a lot of dishes off limits. Check out these traditional and updated recipes for your dinner table. Unless otherwise specified, all recipes are free of kitniyot and thus kosher for Passover for both Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews.

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Charoset&ingredientsSeder Basics

Chrein

Haroset

Egyptian Haroset

Italian Haroset

Moroccan Haroset

Piedmont Sweet Haroset

Turkish Haroset

Sephardi Style Haroset

Pomegranate and Candied Walnut Haroset

Matzah

Classics

Borscht

Borscht, served with sour cream and dill.

Borscht, served with sour cream and dill.

Brisket

Holiday Brisket

Carrot Kugel

Chicken Soup

Chopped Liver

Gefilte Fish

Matzah Balls

Matzah ball soup

Matzah ball soup

Mediterranean Gefilte Fish

Mini Potato Kugels

Potato Matzah Balls

Matzah Brei

Potato Kugel

Cast Iron Potato Kugel

Roasted Chicken

Healthy Tzimmes

Vegetarian “Chicken” Soup

Tuscan Style Chopped Liver

Short Ribs with Orange and Honey

New Twists

Applesauce

Baked Salmon with Carmelized Apple

Coconut Crusted Chicken

Chicken with Apple Salsa

Crispy Asparagus about Minced Eggs

Eggplant Casserole

Labane

Lox

Stuffed Dates

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

Jewish Style Fried Artichokes

Spinach and Cheese Lasagna

Tuscan Spinach Soup

Braised Fennel

Braised Leeks

Parsnip and Carrot Chips

French Onion Latkes

Easy Latkes

Parsnip Sweet Potato Latkes

Israeli Salad

Kufta Kebab

Moroccan Lamb Shanks with Pomegranate Sauce

Quinoa for Passover

Sea Bass “Scallops”

Fennel Celery Salad

Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Shallots

Salat Tapuz, an orange salad

Leg of Lamb with Spiced Quinoa and Pickled Lemon

Parsnip Mash

Gorgeous Passover Rolls

Desserts

Almond Butter Choc Chip Cookies

Fruit Compote

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless Walnut Torte

Key Lime Pie

Lemon Rolls

Chocolate Espresso Cookies

Chocolate Truffle Pie

Strawberry Lemon Granita

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Matzah ball soup

When is Passover 2016? Click here to find out!

Passover is a holiday all about freedom — and food! But the restrictions on hametz (leavened food or food containing a leavening agent) and, for many Ashkenazi Jews, kitniyot (legumes, various grains and corn) make a lot of dishes off limits. Check out these traditional and updated recipes for your dinner table. Unless otherwise specified, all recipes are free of kitniyot and thus kosher for Passover for both Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews.

Get more holiday recipes sent straight to your inbox! Sign up for The Nosher newsletter here.

Charoset&ingredientsSeder Basics

Chrein

Haroset

Egyptian Haroset

Italian Haroset

Moroccan Haroset

Piedmont Sweet Haroset

Turkish Haroset

Sephardi Style Haroset

Pomegranate and Candied Walnut Haroset

Matzah

Classics

Borscht

Borscht, served with sour cream and dill.

Borscht, served with sour cream and dill.

Brisket

Holiday Brisket

Carrot Kugel

Chicken Soup

Chopped Liver

Gefilte Fish

Matzah Balls

Matzah ball soup

Matzah ball soup

Mediterranean Gefilte Fish

Mini Potato Kugels

Potato Matzah Balls

Matzah Brei

Potato Kugel

Cast Iron Potato Kugel

Roasted Chicken

Healthy Tzimmes

Vegetarian “Chicken” Soup

Tuscan Style Chopped Liver

Short Ribs with Orange and Honey

New Twists

Applesauce

Baked Salmon with Carmelized Apple

Coconut Crusted Chicken

Chicken with Apple Salsa

Crispy Asparagus about Minced Eggs

Eggplant Casserole

Labane

Lox

Stuffed Dates

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

Jewish Style Fried Artichokes

Spinach and Cheese Lasagna

Tuscan Spinach Soup

Braised Fennel

Braised Leeks

Parsnip and Carrot Chips

French Onion Latkes

Easy Latkes

Parsnip Sweet Potato Latkes

Israeli Salad

Kufta Kebab

Moroccan Lamb Shanks with Pomegranate Sauce

Quinoa for Passover

Sea Bass “Scallops”

Fennel Celery Salad

Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Shallots

Salat Tapuz, an orange salad

Leg of Lamb with Spiced Quinoa and Pickled Lemon

Parsnip Mash

Gorgeous Passover Rolls

Desserts

Almond Butter Choc Chip Cookies

Fruit Compote

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless Walnut Torte

Key Lime Pie

Lemon Rolls

Chocolate Espresso Cookies

Chocolate Truffle Pie

Strawberry Lemon Granita

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