Passover Meals Recipes

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.

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Winter Squash & Chicken Tzimmes

From EatingWell

Fresh orange juice and cinnamon infuse this winter squash and chicken stew. Tzimmes (pronounced "tsim-iss") can also be made with brisket and is often served during the Jewish New Year. A fairly sweet dish, it's said to offer wishes for a sweet year ahead.

Winter Squash & Chicken Tzimmes

Potato-Horseradish-Crusted Mahi-Mahi

From EatingWell

Simple yet special enough to serve for company - even when you're in a hurry. Make it a Meal: Serve with steamed carrots tossed with dill and green beans.

Potato-Horseradish-Crusted Mahi-Mahi

Roasted Garlic Dressing

From EatingWell

Rich roasted garlic makes an incomparably flavored dressing. Try this on any salad with bold-flavored greens or ingredients.

Roasted Garlic Dressing

Cinnamon-Chocolate Meringues

From EatingWell

Perfect meringues depend on totally yolk-free whites. The seemingly fussy step of separating each egg into a small bowl before combining them guarantees yolk-free whites for bakeshop-quality meringues every time. These crispy little morsels travel well and make great gifts too.

Cinnamon-Chocolate Meringues

Toasted Almond-Coconut Meringues

From EatingWell

Perfect meringues depend on totally yolk-free whites. The seemingly fussy step of separating each egg into a small bowl before combining them guarantees yolk-free whites for bakeshop-quality meringues every time. These crispy little morsels travel well and make great gifts too.

Toasted Almond-Coconut Meringues

Meringues

From EatingWell

Perfect meringues depend on totally yolk-free whites. The seemingly fussy step of separating each egg into a small bowl before combining them guarantees yolk-free whites for bakeshop-quality meringues every time. These crispy little morsels travel well and make great gifts too.

Meringues

Haroset Cake with Zabaglione Sauce

From EatingWell

Haroset is a fruit-and-wine concoction eaten during the Passover Seder and said to represent the mortar that the Israelites used to build Pharaoh's temples. Here's a flourless cake that uses those flavors to create a dessert perfect for Passover - and with a luscious, thick, Italian sauce (pronounced zah-bahl-YOH-nay).

Haroset Cake with Zabaglione Sauce

Quick Applesauce

From EatingWell

This speedy homemade applesauce is fabulous with potato latkes or as a healthy snack for kids.

Quick Applesauce

Crispy Potato Latkes

From EatingWell

It is a holiday tradition to fry latkes in hot oil, but here shredded potato-and-onion pancakes get a coating of matzo crumbs, are pan-fried in a small amount of oil and finished in a hot oven for a few minutes. The golden-crisp results have only 4 grams of fat and 100 calories per serving-truly a miracle.

Crispy Potato Latkes

Coconut Macaroons

From Better Homes and Gardens

These classic crisp and chewy coconut cookies are the perfect holiday or anytime treat.

Coconut Macaroons

Fruited Irish Oatmeal

From Better Homes and Gardens

Make this slow cooker oatmeal for weekend guests or anytime you want a hot, no-fuss breakfast. Be sure to use steel-cut Irish oats; no other type will stand up to long cooking.

Fruited Irish Oatmeal

Orange-Kissed Chocolate Brownies

From Better Homes and Gardens

Create these posh brownies that feature the two uptown flavors of orange juice and chocolate for a dessert recipe so delicious, everyone will be asking for more.

Orange-Kissed Chocolate Brownies

Star Mint Meringues

From Better Homes and Gardens

Who needs candy canes when you have these striped melt-in-your-mouth treats? Serve these as a snack or dessert at your next party.

Star Mint Meringues

Passover Apricot Squares

From Better Homes and Gardens

An "in-law of an in-law" created this Passover version of crumb cake recipe. The results are more like a cookie than cake.

Passover Apricot Squares

Bittersweet Chocolate Walnut Meringue Kisses

From Better Homes and Gardens

Try something new with this bittersweet chocolate kisses recipe. Combine egg whites, walnuts, chocolate and cream of tartar to create a delicious treat.

Bittersweet Chocolate Walnut Meringue Kisses

Cherry-Almond Meringue Cookies

From Better Homes and Gardens

Add this cute little cookie recipe to your Christmas party menu. Easy to make ahead, just fill the center of each treat with cherry preserves before guests arrive.

Cherry-Almond Meringue Cookies

Salmon with Matzo Crust

From Better Homes and Gardens

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.

Salmon with Matzo Crust

Macaroons

From Better Homes and Gardens

Made from whipped egg whites, macaroons have long been a friend to dieters. A simple chocolate drizzle updates these feather-light morsels.

Macaroons

Spicy Fruit Cup

From Better Homes and Gardens

Four colorful fruits--pineapple, oranges, pear and strawberries--make this sprightly compote ideal for breakfast or brunch.

Spicy Fruit Cup

Matzo Brownies

From Better Homes and Gardens

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.

Matzo Brownies

Homemade Granola

From Better Homes and Gardens

If you prefer, substitute 3/4 cup slivered almonds for the coconut. Wait to add the almonds along with the wheat germ.

Homemade Granola

Chicken a la Spring

From Better Homes and Gardens

Serve this lightly lemon, roasted chicken for Passover, Sunday dinner, or any special occasion.

Chicken a la Spring

Holiday Tortes

From Better Homes and Gardens

Without leavening, the cake tops remain fairly flat. If serving these tortes during Passover, check with local rabbinical authorities about the matzoh meal.

Holiday Tortes

Castilian-Style Passover Potato Casserole

From Better Homes and Gardens

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.

Castilian-Style Passover Potato Casserole

Tunisian Passover Ratatouille

From Better Homes and Gardens

During Passover, the eight-day observance when distinctive food themes and various rules govern what may be eaten, this casserole recipe meets the requirements.

Tunisian Passover Ratatouille

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