8 Recipes to Fill Your Passover Seder

Passover, a vibrant celebration of freedom, is a time for families and friends to gather around the Seder table and share a traditional meal. While matzo balls and gefilte fish hold a special place in the Passover feast, there’s always room for exciting new additions. Tantalize your taste buds and allow our recipes to inspire you and create a truly memorable Passover experience. You may just even find your next seder tradition within these amazing eats.

Matzo Bark

A delightful dark chocolate bark with a Matzo base.

No Seder is complete without some form of matzo, the bread that symbolizes the Israelites’ escape from Egypt. Elevate your matzo experience this year with Matzo Bark. This sweet and salty treat features chocolate, dried fruit, and nuts. It is a delightful way to enjoy matzo beyond the traditional matzo ball and bring a sweet touch to the special dish.

Spring Pea Salad

a variety of green spring peas in a beautiful spring pea salad

Looking for a refreshing starter before you dig into the hearty entree and sides? Our Spring Pea Salad offers a burst of vibrant flavor from fresh produce. This light and colorful salad uses spring ingredients like sugar snap peas and edamame along with a light dressing. Talk about a delicious and healthy burst of energy. Omit the feta if it doesn’t fit into your Kosher for Passover menu.

Passover Brisket

A slab of smoked Passover Brisket sliced into pieces on a wooden table with a sauce sitting in the background.

The centerpiece of the Seder is often roasted meat but after trying out Passover Brisket, it’ll be your centerpiece essential. This Passover Brisket recipe promises a succulent and flavorful main course that will leave everyone satisfied with its smoky flavor. Let it compliment your other small plates and bask in the juiciness. 

Tortitas de Acelga

A tantalizing platter of Tortitas de Acelga, crispy and golden on the outside, and soft and flavorful on the inside.

For the vegetarians putting together a seder, consider Tortitas de Acelga. It uses ingredients which were popular in Sephardic cuisine in the medieval period, such as Swiss chard, eggs, garlic, and olive oil. Plus, the addition of chickpea flour for frying makes it perfect for a Passover main dish or supplemental taste.

Modern Tzimmes

Roasted root vegetables served in a large grey bowl with a dried fruit sauce.

Sweet and tangy tzimmes bring out a new flavor in root vegetables. Our Modern Tzimmes recipe features carrots, sweet potatoes, radishes, parsnips, and white onion for a plethora of delicious veggies. The roasting process gives you a bit of caramelized flavor to complement any main dish.

Coconut Macaroons

On a green table sits a plate with coconut macaroons, surrounded by walnuts and other topping bowls.

Let this tropical bite be the beautiful finishing touch of the meal. Passover dessert calls for something special yet kosher for the holiday. These Coconut Macaroons are not only kosher friendly but provide a moist, delicious way to end the seder on a sweet note.

Kosher Cocktail

Two cocktails, bright ref in color sit in wine glasses and are garnished with lemon round, pomegranate arils, and mint leaves

While not necessarily a traditional Seder dish, a festive Kosher Cocktail can add a delightful touch to your celebration. A blend of lemon juice, pomegranate juice, and mint simple syrup creates a fruity base but addition of bourbon brings the heat. Add it to your yearly celebration or integrate it into your everyday life. 

The Best Gluten-Free Potato Latkes

A round blue platter with 5 potato latkes , two small bowls with sour cream and applesauce, 3 gold forks, and a smaller lighter blue plate with 3 smaller latkes, and a blue linen.

We couldn’t forget Latkes. The Best Gluten-Free Potato Latkes recipe ensures that everyone can enjoy this crispy treat, regardless of dietary restrictions. You can even design a toppings bar with sour cream, applesauce, creme fraiche, salmon, and other goodies for a personalized touch.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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