This year, Passover lasts from April 10th to April 18th, with the Seder feast being held on April 10th and 11th. This is a time full of tradition, celebration, and special observances when it comes to food and drink. Thankfully, there are lots of tasty recipes out there that are Kosher and acceptable to serve during Passover. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorites.
- Quinoa Salad from Food and Wine: Kosher and vegetarian-friendly, this delicious quinoa salad with sweet potatoes and apples could be a side dish or the main course.
- Tzimmes from Martha Stewart: This traditional Passover stew is savory-sweet thanks to a combination of sweet potatoes and dried fruit.
- Steak Roll-ups from Joy of Kosher: Meat and potatoes with a twist. Rolled-up steak with creamy mashed potato filling strikes the perfect balance in every bite.
- Blackberry Basil Manischewitz Mojitos from Food + Worlds: Add some cosmopolitan flair to this year’s Seder with a Manischewitz mojito. To be enjoyed after the traditional cups of wine, of course.
- Passover Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake from Jew Hungry: Thanks to gluten substitutes like almond flour, a variety of desserts can be enjoyed during Passover. But maybe none as decadent as this layered chocolate chip cookie cake.
And if you’re looking to go full kosher this year, serve up your Passover meals on Chinet® Classic White™ tableware. Each year, we enlist a rabbi to inspect and bless our ingredients and overall process, ensuring that each Chinet Classic White product is deemed kosher.
Photo Source: Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller