Celebrating Passover with a Seder? Here are 15 Favorite Passover Seder Recipes you, your family, and guests will absolutely love! (These are recipes you are sure to use again and again, year after year!)
The Jewish holiday of Passover officially begins this Friday, and though we’re keeping it low-key this year (not going home until the end of the holiday because of hubby’s schedule), we are celebrating with my mother-in-law and our little family of three (plus Belly of course!) I’ve already planned our menu for our seder, though I’m still on the hunt for a few fun recipes to add into the mix. Classics like matzo ball soup and charoset are a must; trying out a new salmon recipe, and our family-favorite mashed potatoes, plus my favorite recipe for Zabar’s famous candied matzoh brittle.
15 Favorite Passover Seder Recipes
I’ve found so many amazing recipes on my search, so I’m sharing 15 go-to, favorite Passover seder recipes, whether you’re cooking your own Seder dinner or bringing a dish to a Passover party.
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Matzoh Ball Soup via InStyle
My family’s recipe is pretty similar to this, plus a ton of veggies cooked in – carrots, parsnip, a sweet potato, a sweet onion, celery, and plenty of fresh dill and parsley.
Brie Topped with Roasted Brown Sugar Pecans via Five Sisters
Apple, Walnut and Savoy Cabbage Salad via A Couple Cooks
Crispy Salmon Succotash via What’s Gaby Cooking
Chicken with Prunes, Apricots, and Olives via Joy of Kosher
Braised Brisket with Carrots, Garlic, and Parsnips via Martha Stewart
Crispy Potato Latkes via What’s Gaby Cooking
Charoset via Mother Would Know
Cucumber Salad via Maria Ushakova
Sautéed Brussels Sprouts with Lemon Garlic Butter via What’s Gaby Cooking
Silver Palate’s Mashed Potatoes via Food 52
This recipe uses cream cheese to give the potatoes that extra richness, though sour cream or mayonnaise also work really well here.
Zabar’s Famous Candied Matzoh Brittle via Glitter, Inc.
This is the recipe we make year after year. It’s an absolute hit and is totally addictive. (Also love the sound of this Dark Chocolate Matzoh Brittle via Saveur.)
Almond Macaroon Galette with Strawberries via Martha Stewart
Passover Apple Cake via First Look, Then Cook
Chocolate Passover Cookies via Martha Stewart
What are your favorite Passover seder recipes? Do you have any family favorite recipes passed on from generation to generation?
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