Celebrate Passover with classic Jewish recipes everyone will love. From breakfast dishes to borscht, brisket, and more, these kosher Passover dishes will help create wonderful family traditions.
Matzo is a crispy flatbread made of flour and water. Combined with dill, crushed matzo provides a crunchy coating to the fish in this quick and easy dish.
This traditional Passover treat layers matzoh boards with a butter and sugar mixture sprinkled with chocolate chips and walnuts.
This chocolate dessert is a delightful addition to the Passover meal.
These classic Jewish cookies are sweetened up with an apricot spread. They just so happen to be gluten-free, too!
Serve this apricot- and raisin-flavored dessert warm or cold.
Crispy coconut cookies only get tastier after receiving a chocolate "skirt."
For a modern take on down-home pot roast, cook the meat in an Indian-spiced gravy and top with biscuits.
Chopped onion, celery and carrot act as an edible, flavor-boosting roasting rack for the juicy pot roast.
These macaroon drop cookies include the perfect mix of chocolate and coconut. This make ahead recipe is a deliciously easy Passover treat.
Roasted fennel and mushrooms add big flavor to classic beef pot roast.
This mouth-watering soup recipe is a must-have at any Passover meal. This version offers a cool hint of dill.
This flourless torte is filled with dark chocolate, nuts, and espresso powder. It's a rich dessert that's Christmas party perfect.
This dish also makes a delicious dessert compote.
Part down-home American and part spiced-up Mexican, this pot roast is the best of two worlds. Serve it with fresh lime slices and cornbread.
These brownies make a terrific dessert for a meat or dairy meal. Pareve (PAHR uh vuh), or neutral foods, such as eggs, are allowed, and margarine, if labeled pareve, is permitted.