Potatoes become the basis for many classic Passover appetizers and sides. From potato kugels to potato latkes and more, these recipes for sides and appetizers are sure to make your Passover special.See Popular Passover Potatoes Recipes
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.
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.
Give twice-baked potatoes a flavor twist by using firm yellow-flesh potatoes, sour cream, and Gorgonzola cheese.
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The Jewish holiday of Passover is, at its core, a celebration of life. The roots of the observance were born during the Jewish exodus from Egypt, when God "passed over" the homes of Jews when he was slaying the country's firstborn. To honor this history, during the eight-day span of Passover (which in 2012 begins at sunset on April 6), leavened bread (chametz) is eschewed, but with a some creativity and today's wide availability of matzoh in many forms means you can create a modern, delicious meal with very little trouble.
Learn more about lamb, a staple on the Easter and Passover dinner tables, and find new ways to cook the delicious meat.