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Passover Recipes

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Looking for some new holiday recipes? These modern takes on Passover classics are what your meal has been waiting for.

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It’s not just that the Jewish holiday is arriving at a time of social distancing (and a real-life plague). It’s that the meal is also coming at a time of cooking fatigue. Passover Feast, Passover Story, Passover Recipes, Potato Kugel, Seafood Shop, Big Meals, Feeding A Crowd, Brisket, Menu Planning

This Night Will Be Different From All Other Nights

It’s not just that the Jewish holiday is arriving at a time of social distancing (and a real-life plague). It’s that the meal is also coming at a time of cooking fatigue.

Tired of matzo brei? Make one of these creative, Passover-friendly morning meals instead. Grain Free Granola, Passover Recipes, Morning Food, Poached Eggs, Smoked Salmon, Food Menu, Holiday Recipes, Tired, Smoothies

39 Passover-Friendly Breakfast Recipes and Ideas

Tired of matzo brei? Make one of these creative, Passover-friendly morning meals instead.

Spice up your seder holiday classics with the Sephardic flavors of saffron, pistachios, lime zest, and more. Macaroon Cookies, Macaroons, Passover Recipes, Pistachios, Middle Eastern Recipes, Brisket, Food Menu, Spice Things Up, Holiday Recipes

This Persian-Inspired Menu Will Upgrade Your Passover

Spice up your seder holiday classics with the Sephardic flavors of saffron, pistachios, lime zest, and more.

Tired of matzo brei? Make one of these creative, Passover-friendly morning meals instead. Grain Free Granola, Passover Recipes, Morning Food, Food Menu, Holiday Recipes, Tired, Smoothies, Breakfast Recipes, Meals

39 Passover-Friendly Breakfast Recipes and Ideas

Tired of matzo brei? Make one of these creative, Passover-friendly morning meals instead.

Passover is a feast, but how do you hold a feast when everybody is isolating at home? You hold a feast for one. And by “feast” we mean one dish—maybe two—that packs a Passover punch. Chicken Spices, Roasted Chicken, Chicken Recipes, Passover Desserts, Passover Recipes, Holiday Recipes, Great Recipes, Grilled Lamb Chops, Flourless Chocolate Cakes

11 Recipes That Will Totally Work for a Pared-Down Passover

Passover is a feast, but how do you hold a feast when everybody is isolating at home? You hold a feast for one. And by “feast” we mean one dish—maybe two—that packs a Passover punch.

We can't think of a better large-format meat. A leg of lamb is fatty and flavorful, and its size makes it hard to overcook. Since you’re making a decadent and generous roast, so there’s no crime in using canned artichokes. Roast Lamb Leg, Radish Salad, Passover Recipes, Artichokes, Grilled Vegetables, Holiday Recipes, Stuffed Peppers, Large Format, Meals

Sumac-Rubbed Lamb with Minty Artichokes

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We can't think of a better large-format meat. A leg of lamb is fatty and flavorful, and its size makes it hard to overcook. Since you’re making a decadent and generous roast, so there’s no crime in using canned artichokes.

Looking to switch up the main dish for your Passover seder? Need easy dinner ideas to cook later in the week? We’ve got you covered. Stay At Home Chef, Braised Lamb, Passover Recipes, Vegetarian Options, Brisket, Culinary Arts, Food Menu, Holiday Recipes, Dinner Ideas

45 Passover Meal Ideas Beyond Brisket

Looking to switch up the main dish for your Passover seder? Need easy dinner ideas to cook later in the week? We’ve got you covered.

Passover is a feast, but how do you hold a feast when everybody is isolating at home? You hold a feast for one. And by “feast” we mean one dish—maybe two—that packs a Passover punch. Chicken Spices, Roasted Chicken, Chicken Recipes, Passover Desserts, Passover Recipes, Holiday Recipes, Great Recipes, Grilled Lamb Chops, Flourless Chocolate Cakes

11 Recipes That Will Totally Work for a Pared-Down Passover

Passover is a feast, but how do you hold a feast when everybody is isolating at home? You hold a feast for one. And by “feast” we mean one dish—maybe two—that packs a Passover punch.

Shaved Carrot and Radish Salad with Herbs and Toasted Pumpkin Seeds / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Anna Hampton Radish Salad, Carrot Salad, Herb Salad, Salad Bar, Side Salad Recipes, Side Dish Recipes, Passover Recipes, Passover Meal, Passover 2017

Shaved Carrot and Radish Salad with Herbs and Pumpkin Seeds

This salad highlights the many green herbs that are an essential part of Persian cuisine, especially in spring when they are just coming into season. This salad is a crunchy, raw counterpoint to a rich Passover meal, and while some seeds are not eaten on Passover, pumpkin seeds are okay, since a pumpkin is not a legume.

Flourless Almond Cookies with Cardamom, Orange Zest, and Pistachios / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Anna Hampton Passover Desserts, Passover Recipes, Jewish Recipes, Fall Desserts, Gluten Free Baking, Gluten Free Desserts, Healthy Desserts, Persian Desserts, Persian Recipes

Flourless Almond Cookies with Cardamom, Orange Zest, and Pistachios

Both cardamom and pistachios are essential ingredients in Persian dessert making. This dough is delicate because it doesn’t contain any gluten, so be sure it’s fully chilled and firm before rolling into logs and slicing into cookies.

Shaved Carrot and Radish Salad with Herbs and Toasted Pumpkin Seeds / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Anna Hampton Radish Salad, Carrot Salad, Herb Salad, Salad Bar, Side Salad Recipes, Side Dish Recipes, Passover Recipes, Passover Meal, Passover 2017

Shaved Carrot and Radish Salad with Herbs and Pumpkin Seeds

This salad highlights the many green herbs that are an essential part of Persian cuisine, especially in spring when they are just coming into season. This salad is a crunchy, raw counterpoint to a rich Passover meal, and while some seeds are not eaten on Passover, pumpkin seeds are okay, since a pumpkin is not a legume.

Saffron Quinoa with Dried Cherries and Almonds / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Anna Hampton Best Quinoa Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Almond Recipes, Everyday Dishes, Passover Recipes, Dried Cherries, Dried Fruit, Pasta, How To Cook Quinoa

Saffron Quinoa with Dried Cherries and Almonds

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Saffron rice is an indispensable accompaniment in Persian cuisine, and it tastes just as good made with fluffy quinoa. Crushing and steeping the saffron in hot water brings out its full flavor and color. If you have coconut oil on hand, the naturally sweet flavor pairs nicely with the cherries and almonds.

Brisket with Pomegranate-Walnut Sauce and Pistachio Gremolata / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Anna Hampton Barbacoa, Baked Brisket, Brisket Meat, Best Brisket Recipe, Brisket Seasoning, Brisket Marinade, Beef Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Yummy Recipes

Brisket with Pomegranate-Walnut Sauce and Pistachio Gremolata

The combination of pomegranates and walnuts has been used in Persian cuisine for thousands of years, as both a sauce and marinade for meats. Here it is both. The tartness of the pomegranate brings brightness and balance to the rich brisket. Be sure to marinate the brisket at least 24 hours in advance.

Matzo Balls Soup with Cardamom, Turmeric, and Lime / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Anna Hampton Lime Recipes, Soup Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Recipies, Passover Recipes, Jewish Recipes, Passover Meal, Korma, Biryani

Matzo Ball Soup with Cardamom, Turmeric, and Lime

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This is a Passover-friendly version of gondi, the Persian Jewish soup dumpling made from chickpea flour and ground chicken. What makes these matzo balls unique are the seasonings: cardamom, turmeric, and lime. Pair this soup with the Sabzi Khordan edible herbs platter and you’ve got a classic Iranian Shabbat meal.