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Passover Recipes

If Passover were a tree house, it would have a big “No Bread Allowed” sign taped to its door. Which is to say, Jewish law prohibits eating (or even owning) anything that is leavened (hametz) during Passover. But don’t be discouraged–just because you have to say goodbye to challah and cupcakes doesn’t mean you’re stuck eating matzah with butter for three meals a day.

Here, we’ve rounded up all of Kveller’s Passover-approved recipes to serve at your seder, and to nosh on throughout the day.

Appetizers

Beet Matzah Ball Soup

Chicken Soup with Dill

Chicken Soup With Vegetables

Compote

Gefilte Fish

Matzah Balls

Vegetarian Chicken Soup

Entrees

Brisket

Chicken Nuggets

Cranberry Brisket

Eggplant Casserole (vegan)

Holiday Brisket

Matzah Brei

Passover Eggplant Parmigiana

Salami & Eggs Matzah Brei

Spinach and Cheese Lasagna

Sides

Cast Iron Potato Kugel

Crispy Asparagus with Minced Egg

Haroset

Matzah

Mini Potato Kugels (vegan)

Desserts

Chocolate-Covered Macaroons

Chocolate Matzah Brei Pudding

Chocolate Truffle Pie (vegan)

Cinnamon Donut Holes

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless Walnut Torte

Macaroons

Mocha Cream Frosting


 

Are you on Pinterest? Check out our Passover Recipes Board for even more inspiration!

 

 

 

 

 

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