The Nosher’s Communal Seder Menus

For the second year, we are happy to share not only some great new recipes from our contributors but also two full Seder menus to inspire your own celebrations this year.

What do we serve up in my honey horseradish chickenhouse? Well, we always host second night Seder for my family, which is much smaller than my husband;s, and some of our wonderful friends. It’s loud, it’s delicious, and it’s anything but traditional. We do serve some of the classic favorites, like gefilte fish, matzah ball soup and chocolate dipped macaroons. But we also serve up my un-traditional Tuscan style liver spread and we have even been known to serve Osso Bucco over quinoa as a main dish.

Some people love traditional dishes, but we have also received a lot of requests for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free recipes. You asked, so we delivered and we hope you enjoy the vegetarian menu we have put together below!

Whether you go traditional, or unconventional, from our kitchen to yours we are wishing you a delicious and meaningful Passover celebration.

 

 

Traditional Seder Menu

Haroset

Chicken soup with Fluffy Matzah Balls

Salmon with Maror and Honey

Honey Horseradish Chicken

Lamb Tzimmes

Beet and Avocado Salad with Dill

Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Shallots

Toffee Squares

Flourless Chocolate Cake

 

Vegetarian Seder

Pomegranate Candied Walnut Haroset

Cream of Carrot Soup with Jalapenos

Mayim’s Moroccan Salad

Parsnip Mash

Roasted Veggie Quinoa Salad

Chocolate Espresso Cookies

Sweet Potato Pie with Macaroon Crust

carrotsoup

 

Posted on March 20, 2013

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