Here’s a list of eighteen Passover Favorite dishes, from entrees to sides and desserts.
This is by no means a complete list, but rather a handful of recipes especially suited to Passover meals.
Enjoy your seders and may your meals be delicious!
Best Brisket Ever Oven roasted, deeply spiced beef and caramelized onions make a perfect seder entree and feeds a crowd.
Simply Roasted Chicken This crispy crusted, perfectly moist roast chicken is classic Passover fare and loved by children and adults.
Braised Chicken With Rosemary without the pilaf. Simply brown and simmer in chicken broth or white wine, fresh rosemary and garlic for a truly elegant meal.
Chicken Nicoise Salad (without green beans for Passover) Fresh vegetables, salty olives and quickly seared chicken make a delicious alternative to Tuna Salad Nicoise. Add your favorite vinaigrette or bottled dressing for an easy crowd pleaser!
Orange and Chevre Sunshine Salad pairs oranges, dried fruit and nuts with spring greens and chevre rolled in mint leaves for a satisfying salad you can vary to your taste. Orange honey dressing also makes a great marinade! (During Passover, leave out the mustard.)
Passover Puffs are a welcome alternative to rolls for any Passover meal, from breakfast to seder. Serve with jelly or butter or slice them for mini sandwiches.
Gazpacho with Parmesan Crisps make a great first course during the long week of Passover. Crunchy, salty parmesan crisps are a nice change from matzoh.
Roasted Potatoes are the first item to disappear from the Passover buffet table. This easy recipe shows you how to make them ahead of time in any quantity.
Greek Frittata You’ll love this vegetarian, oven baked casserole with Greek feta cheese, eggs, spinach and artichokes. (Greek Frittata Cups are a great on the go version!) Once you make it you’ll know why it’s the second most popular post after Brisket! Serve hot, cold or at room temperature.
Savory Zuchinni Pie Leave out the corn on Passover and enjoy this delicious vegetarian main course for lunch or dinner.
Easy Tomato Sauce ( Make pizza with Matzoh instead of an English muffin!)
Chunky Applesauce Fruit makes a great side dish during Passover. Apples, cider, cinnamon and brown sugar combine to make the best applesauce you’ve ever had.
Lime Curd Serve with matzoh, Passover cookies or cake and fresh fruit. Make with any citrus such as meyer lemon or orange juice.
Easy Chocolate Mousse The perfect Passover friendly sweet ending. Use pareve chocolate and dairy free creamer if necessary.
Lemon Almond Cake This flourless lemon cake works beautifully for Passover or anytime you need a no gluten dessert. For variation, substitute other citruses like tangelos or limes.
Flourless Brownie Bites Six ingredients are all you need to make these flawless, flourless Brownie Bites. This was the first Passover dessert I ever made and it’s still my favorite.
Two Bite Coconut Macaroons Sweet, chewy and gluten free. Dip them in melted chocolate or dress them up with citrus zest or (pareve) chocolate chips. Even beginner bakers can whip up a batch of these simple cookies in less than an hour.
Fudge Delights Use non- dairy milk/vegan butter if needed and top with nuts or Passover friendly chocolate covered candy. Cut into bite size squares and watch them disappear!