Make Your Seder Dinner in One Hour

Quick prep, but big flavor, for your holiday.

People get a little nutty when Passover time rolls around: weeks of planning, shopping, cleaning and cooking. But the truth is, you can absolutely prepare a delicious seder dinner in just an hour with simple recipes and fresh ingredients. Here are some flavor-packed, easy-to-make ideas if you don’t feel like cooking for days on end.

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Ashkenzi Haroset

Sephardic-Style Charoaset Bites from May I Have That Recipe

Fennel Celery Salad

Garlic Roasted Carrots from Damn Delicious

Roast Potatoes

Potato Kugel

Crockpot Sweet and Sour Brisket

Braised Chicken with Spring Veggies from Real Simple

Matzah Toffee

Matzah S’mores from Martha Stewart

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