Communal Seder Menus from the Nosher

It’s finally here! All week we’ve been showering you with our favorite Passover recipe from our favorite chefs and bloggers. And now we’ve compiled all those recipes to give you menus for both seders. The planning is done! From Charoset to gefilte fish to chocolate truffle pie, we’ve got you covered. And stay tuned, because we have even more recipes coming up next week. Those recipes can be slotted into your seder if any of these aren’t your style, or you can use them to plan what to make during the week of Passover, when the seders are over and you’re just looking to make something tastier and more exciting than matzah with cream cheese.

Enjoy! And Happy Passover!

SEDER 1.0

Sephardi-style Charoset, from Jay Rosen

Mediterranean Gefilte Fish, from Avigail Hurvitz-Prinz, contributor to The Jew and the Carrot, and MyJewishLearning

Tuscan Chopped Liver, from the Nosher’s own Shannon Sarna

Tamar’s Holiday Brisket, from MyJewishLearning food editor, Tamar Fox

Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Caramelized Shallots, from Leah Koenig, author of the Hadassah Everyday Cookbook

Eggplant Casserole, from blogger and actress Mayim Bialik

Fennel Celery Salad from The Sassy Radish

Key Lime Pie from Paula Shoyer, author of The Kosher Baker

 

 

SEDER 2.0

Pomegranate Candied Walnut Charoset, from Shannon Sarna

Chilean Sea Bass “Scallops”, from Chef David Kolotkin, executive chef at The Prime Grill

Strawberry Lemon Granita, from Naomi Sugar at 365 Scoops

Lamb Shank with Pickled Lemons, from Victoria Sutton, New York City pastry chef

Carrot Kugel, from Rivka Friedman at Not Derby Pie

Salat Tapuz, from Rachel Korycan

Parsnip Mash, from Aviva Kanoff, author of the No-Potato Passover

Mayim’s Chocolate Truffle Pie, from blogger and actress Mayim Bialik

Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, from Shannon Sarna

 

Sephardi-style Charoset
Mediterranean Gefilte Fish
Tuscan Chopped Liver
Tamar’s Holiday Brisket
Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Caramelized Shallots
Eggplant casserole
Paula Shoyer’s Key Lime Pie

Chocolate Mousse with Raspberries

Posted on March 30, 2012

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