Enjoy these Passover recipes during the Jewish holiday and year-round.
Passover begins next week, and we have a variety of healthy Passover recipes worth celebrating. From modern, healthy takes on traditional Jewish foods to adapted family recipes passed down for generations, this collection of recipes will start the season right.
Makes one sandwich that you won’t want to share.
Matzo ball soup is Jewish comfort food in a bowl. Traditionally served on Passover, it’s absolutely delicious any time of year.
Although typically eaten as a breakfast food during Passover, this savory dish can be enjoyed for any meal!
This delicious matzah lasagna is Passover-perfect!
Kugel, the traditional savory Jewish casserole, goes upscale with mushrooms and artichokes.
These traditional cookies combine walnuts and apricot marmalade.
The Israeli version of a spinach omelet.
A richly flavored brisket is often the centerpiece of the Hanukkah table.
Carrots, onions and chives come to play in these reduced-fat latkes
This easy-to-prepare kugel, made with canned pineapple and carrots, as well as apples, cranberries and almonds, is the perfect side dish.
This easy, quick snack calls for trout, but any cold-smoked fish you might find in a grocery store or deli, such as salmon, whitefish, sable, or bluefish, would work just as well.
A modern take on a Traditional Jewish dessert that is guaranteed to satisfy any chocolate lover!
These burgers make a nice change of pace from traditional beef burgers and have that extra kick to them that lamb meat imparts.