Get the recipe: Roasted Garlic Matzoh Ball Soup
The basics of Passover eating, like our matzoh ball soup pictured above, are heavily rooted in tradition. We all have our favorite way to prepare the Seder, from Aunt Rachel’s roasted beets to the matzoh brei you can make with your eyes closed.
Of course, there’s always room on the table for a few new dishes, or familiar recipes prepared in new ways. Spring makes for a great opportunity to add bright flavors and seasonal produce.
Whether you’re hosting the family Seder or just need to a few dishes to round out the rest of the week, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few Passover recipes for tasty inspiration.
Kick up your morning a notch with this migas-inspired breakfast.
This impressive salmon recipe brings fresh herbs to the head of the table.
This simple charoset is perfect for little hands to join in the kitchen work.
Go unexpected with traditional lamb served with a zesty chimichurri sauce that is anything but.
Baked in parchment paper, this quick halibut dish is a great option for a non-Seder night.
Raw asparagus, fresh herbs, and a tart dressing combine for a delightfully refreshing salad.
Plenty of garlic adds lots of flavor to this aromatic brisket, which also features warm grated nutmeg.
These crisp cookies are an ideal sweet ending to the meal.
What are you making this Passover? Share your favorite dishes in the comments!