Do you have your Passover Seder dinner already planned?
If not, don’t worry! We’ve put together some great recipes below including our hearty, homey kugel. (It’s just sweet enough to eat as a dessert, but it would also be right at home as a side dish or brunch option).
There’s also a nice recipe for Matzoh balls, which soak up the rich bouquet of deep amber chicken soup.
Plan ahead and make beef brisket – it is wonderful the day it is made, but even better on succeeding days—hot or cold. And it freezes well, with no loss of flavor. Lastly, the Passover brownies, baked at a high temperature and cooled quickly in ice water, are crusty on the outside but smooth and creamy within.
Any of these 5 recipes would be perfect for your Seder dinner:
- Horseradish Cream Cheese and Celery from “Real Simple® magazine”
- Chicken Soup with Fluffy Matzo Balls from “Celebrate!” by Sheila Lukins
- Nach Waxman’s Brisket of Beef from “The New Basics Cookbook” by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins
- Pear-Apple Passover Kugel from “FreshDirect Recipes”
- Passover Brownies from “Chocolate Holidays” by Alice Medrich