Passover is the most celebrated Jewish holiday and usually takes place in April. It is a seven day celebration that commemorates spring, rebirth and the journey from slavery to freedom. During Passover, there are many food restrictions and the food that is served is often stereotyped as bland and dry. But, these easy Passover recipes are not only delicious but crowd-pleasing as well!
Balsamic Marinated Chicken With Olives And Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Your Passover meals don't have to be bland and dry. This chicken dish is juicy and packed full of many flavors. Your guests will love this fresh and hearty dish. Find the recipe here.
Matzah balls are definitely needed at every Passover celebration. The key to a perfect Matzah ball is to pack it loosely enough so it floats when it cooks. Find the full recipe here.
Poached Salmon Salad With Beets
This salad is made with watercress and topped with fresh, delicate salmon and beets. A horseradish dressing pairs well with this salad and brings out distinct flavors. Find the recipe here.
Cinnamon-Hazelnut Pavlova With Raspberries
This sweet treat will be the life of the party at your celebration. Flour isn't always needed for a decadent dessert. And it's topped with raspberries! Yum! Find the full recipe here.
Gingered Butternut Squash And Sweet Potatoes
Everyone will love this zesty vegetable side dish. While it may take a long time to cook, it's easy to prepare. The delicious crispy outside and soft inside make these wedges to die for. Find the recipe here.
Charoset is a traditional dish that is served at most Seder ceremonies. It combines chopped apples, raisins and walnuts in a flavorful red wine sauce. Find the full recipe here.
Horseradish Potato Gratin
Cheesy potato gratin has nothing on this unique potato twist. The thinly sliced potatoes are baked with a Horseradish cream sauce for a side dish your tastebuds definitely won't expect. Find the recipe here.
Roast Beef And Onions
The beef is placed in a pan with onions and spices and left to roast in the oven for 65 to 80 minutes. There's nothing easier than throwing everything in a pan and letting it roast to perfection. Find the recipe here.
Potato Pancakes, Poached Eggs And Green Onion Sauce
Since your typical breakfast foods are out of the question during Passover, this dish is definitely a delicious substitute. Just look at those poached eggs and golden brown potato pancakes. Yum! Find the recipe here.
Watch out, this Matzoh Brittle is way too addicting! It's made with square matzos, pecans, brown sugar, chocolate chips and white chocolate chips. What's not to love about that?! Check out The Kosher Channel for the recipe.
Chipotle Salmon Fish Cakes With Avocado Salsa
How amazing do these Chipotle Salmon Fish Cakes look?! Paired with an avocado salsa, you have a mouthful of Mexican flavors. Check out The Kosher Channel for the full recipe.
Braised Lamb Shanks With Fennel
The lamb shanks are browned in a Dutch oven before being cooked with white wine, onion, garlic and rosemary. Paired with roasted fennel, you have a delicious dish to serve to your Passover guests. Find the recipe here.
Slow-Cooker Coffee-Braised Brisket With Potatoes And Carrots
This brisket is slowly cooked with tomato paste, coffee, Worcestershire sauce and brown sugar for a unique, yet delicious combination of flavors. Paired with potatoes and carrots, this makes for the perfect hearty meal. Find the recipe here.
Lemony Almond Macaroons
This sweet tangy treat is perfect to make for your guests. Plus, it can be made up to a week ahead of time so you won't have to worry about the added preparation of these macaroons. Find the recipe here.
Flourless Chocolate Cake
Made with a few simple ingredients, this Flourless Chocolate Cake is perfect to make during the busy time of Passover. When you're ready to serve, don't forget to top with more confectioner sugar for extra sweetness! Find the recipe here.