Passover Appetizers and Sides
Celebrate the eight days of Passover with delicious recipes for kosher appetizers and side dishes. From charoset and chopped liver to knishes, kugels, puddings, and more, we have just the right side dishes and appetizers to make Passover special.See Popular Passover Appetizers and Sides Recipes
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This savory soup is a Jewish favorite, often served during the Passover holidays.
Instead of sprinkling his soup with the customary bits of chopped fresh dill, Adam Perry Lang makes a vibrant horseradish and dill pistou (typically a condiment of fresh basil, garlic, and olive oil). A swirl of the flavorful pistou brightens up the soup enormously.
A casserole of meat, vegetables, and fruit, tzimmes is often flavored with honey and cinnamon and cooked very slowly. Here, sliced carrots are quickly simmered with fresh orange juice, honey, ginger, and a pinch of saffron, then simmered with dried currants before serving.
Kugel is a baked pudding, usually made with noodles, or potatoes. This version, prepared with shredded potatoes and fried shallots, is crispy at the edges and deliciously creamy in the middle.
Asparagus is a traditional Spring vegetable that often appears on the Passover Seder table. This particular variation is simple to prepare, yet looks quite elegant.
Cook the garlic along with the potatoes, then stir in the fresh herbs before mashing. You can use any combination of herbs you like for this delicious holiday side dish recipe.
Kosher, which means proper or pure in Hebrew, refers to cuisine that meets certain standards of separation, combination, and method of cooking. This potato casserole recipe meets kosher restrictions.
Seltzer water is added to make light-as-air matzo balls for this classic chicken soup.
In this healthy version of the traditional noodle favorite, spaghetti squash serves as a low-carb alternative to pasta.
Even kids will love eating these creamy, cheesy veggies. And busy will love that this tasty microwaved side dish can be on the table in less than 20 minutes.
Give twice-baked potatoes a flavor twist by using firm yellow-flesh potatoes, sour cream, and Gorgonzola cheese.
Here's a side dish for all ages and all holidays. A buttery glaze accented with ginger coats fresh, tender-sweet carrots.
A tomato, sweet pepper, and horseradish jam complements this roasted asparagus side dish. Serve the jam pureed if you'd prefer a smoother texture.
For a fresh take on potato latkes, mix the shredded spuds with parsnips, scallions and herbs.
This savory souffle makes an irresistible meatless main dish.
For a lighter take on latkes, swap broccoli slaw for shredded potatoes and fry in a small amount of olive oil.
Use up all of your ripe tomatoes in these flavorful and fun recipes from appetizers to sides and main dishes.