Good Eatings Passover Recipes: Traditional and Unique Recipes for the Seder Meal and Holiday Week
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Not only are lots of familiar ingredients off limits , but it's not unusual to be cooking for a crowd. To make life a little easier, we've pulled together a collection of Seder-worthy recipes you can mix and match to create your ideal menu.
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There are lots of vegetarian-friendly, gluten-free, and nut-free options, to help accommodate guests with special dietary needs. And best of all, several recipes can be made ahead, to help minimize last minute prep. But charoset may be the most interesting, culinarily speaking. Recipes for the fruit and nut mixture reflect the diversity of Jewish diaspora cuisine, so serving an international version alongside a family favorite is great way to inspire discussion about Jewish traditions around the world.
Bonus: the leftovers make a great condiment throughout the week!
The Passover Seder
Matzo ball soup is a classic seder starter. In this version, which features a homemade chicken broth, whipped egg whites are folded into the matzo ball batter to lighten their texture. If you need a vegetarian matzo ball soup, look no further than this deliciously savory recipe. The secret to the homemade broth?
In addition to the usual roundup of vegetables and herbs, mushrooms add a fabulous umami quality to the soup and no, it doesn't end up tasting mushroomy at all! Incidentally, the fennel in this recipe is the vegetable, not the spice, so it's fine for Passover even for those who avoid kitniyot.
Gefilte fish is a popular Seder meal starter in Ashkenazi households. You can try your hand at making the minced fish patties from scratch with this step-by-step tutorial.gohu-takarabune.com/policy/localizar-a/zaweh-como-rastrear-una.php
Or, skip the fuss, and doctor jarred gefilte fish with this recipe for a baked gefilte fish loaf. The recipe quantities serve 8 to 10, but are easily doubled. If you've got a large enough Dutch oven, you can increase the recipe quantities. Another advantage of serving chicken on the bone? It's less prone to drying out than boneless, skinless chicken breasts. This is also a great recipe for family meals or Shabbat or Yom Tov dinners later in the week.
Though it's enjoyed like a grain, quinoa is technically a pseudocereal , and may be used during Passover. It pairs well with other veggie sides, too. If you can't find fingerlings, small new potatoes will work beautifully, too. And on a grain-free menu matzo-excepted, of course , they make a satisfying, gluten-free side dish, and welcome vegetarian addition to the meal.
Broccoli is always a crowd-pleaser, so why not dress it up a little for the Seder? This roasted broccoli with ginger is delicious warm or cool, which makes it a forgiving choice when the evening's timeline can vary and there's a lot of food to get out on the table.
A little sweet, a little savory, and gorgeously hued, these roasted sweet potatoes and beets make a festive addition to the Passover table.
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After a big, multi-course meal, light desserts and smaller sweets are ideal. Or dollop some alongside the sponge cake your great aunt always brings to the Seder. Ground hazelnuts and hand-chopped dark chocolate elevate these hazelnut chocolate chip cookies from "Passover-good" to just plain delicious.
Yes, you can use chocolate chips as a time saver.