These Passover recipes are drawn from articles that have been published on our site over the years. For more, visit our recipe page.
Charoset, three ways – This tropical charoset incorporates some of the best Hawaiian flavors and is a sweet enough for a light dessert.
Haroset, diaspora – The use of charoset in Passover recipes has evolved as the Jewish diaspora spread across the globe.
Eggs, red – white eggshells absorb brilliant pigment from steeping for hours with skins from brown, or better yet, red Spanish onions.
Haroset (with dried fruit) – Using a variety of dried fruits, nuts, seeds, dates, also bananas, these recipes expand our understanding of what haroset may be.
Haroset (with fresh fruit) – includes at least one type of fruit or more. The fruits can be fresh or dried or both.
Haroset, sherry – tasty Haroset is made with walnuts, cinnamon, liquid artificial sweetener and sweet sherry.
Haroset, Syrian – sweet date-based, Syrian-style charoset for Passover seder
Haroset, tropical – An unusual haroset, in that it is cooked.
Matzah, seasoned – many ideas for you to make the best Passover dessert that you’ll crave all year long.
Deviled Egg Cobb Salad with Smoked Salmon Tartines – this cobb salad with salmon is an addicting mix of salty, bold, and zesty flavors.
Fresh cod cakes – A quick and delicious cod and matzah fish cake recipe.
Gefilte fish, smoked whitefish with lemon-horseradish sauce
Japanese Kamaboko (Fishcake)-Inspired Gefilte Fish – These fish patties are an excellent first choice for your seder meal or a great snack in the afternoon.
Matzah ball soup, classic
Matzah ball soup, with asparagus and shiitakes
Tori Avey’s matzah ball soup – This Passover recipe makes a thick, tasty broth that is suitable for serving with matzo balls.
Matzah balls – A jewish classic that can be compared to a traditional dumpling for Passover soup.
Matzah Brei with Onions, Smoked Salmon and Crème Fraiche – shaped like a Spanish tortilla and mixes traditional Jewish flavored onion, smoked salmon and creme fraiche.
Matzah Meal-Crusted Quinoa Cakes – Packed and coated with matzoh balls meal, fast pan-fried cakes
Mushroom dip – Creamy dipping has all the taste of stuffed mushroom caps with onions
Salmon sushi (served with chipotle marinade for ceviche, beet salsa and cucumber yogurt sauce) – This is a genuine Passover recipe that gives you a combination that is as beautiful as it is delicious!
Soup, beef stock – this flavorful vegetable soup includes beef broth and filled with vegetables.
Soup, spinach-mint – very delicious soup topped with mint leaves for a fresh topping
Asian Meatballs – a great alternative and non-traditional Passover dish.
Bagels, Passover – Bagels are prepared with matzo meal that is cooked, and are suitable for Passover.
Brisket, easy onion-braised – brisket braised with onions for a simple, flour-free gravy.
Brisket, southern dry-rub – Nothing is quite like a smoked brisket and there is no alternative to the current dry rub smoked brisket recipe.
Brisket, stove top – Cooked brisket on the stovetop
Chicken in honey-mustard marinade – chicken breasts in the Honey mustard.
Chicken, lemon-fried, with tart salad topping
Kugel, Apple Matzah – A traditional dessert kugel recipe for Passover with apples
Kugel, dairy matzah – Kugel has been a staple of Jewish cooking for centuries
Kugel, farfel – Usually served at the Passover dinner, Farfel kugel is a Jewish pudding, but can be consumed at any period of the year.
Kugel, Morrocan-flavored carrot
Kugel, Passover noodle – This Kugel is baked and made with noodles.
Kugel, Potato with Preserved Lemon – Savory Potato Kugel with Preserved Lemon for Passover
Kugel, sweet vegetable – This Vegetable Kugel is full of potatoes, sweet potatoes, and more.
Lamb shanks – a cheap cut of meat that is madeb est when cooked slowly.
Lamb, roast (for Easter–not kosher for Passover) – flavor-packed lamb roast recipe with potatoes.
Latkes, matzah meal and cottage cheese – cheese latkes that are perfect for Passover.
Macaroni and cheese, Passover-style – a delicious and enjoyable substitute for pasta during Passover.
Matzah Chilaquiles – stewed tomatoes and eggs that make a match made in heaven.
Matzah brie primavera – a classic Jewish dish of fried matzah.
Matzah pizza – a quick and easy Passover recipe to make.
Mojo, a Puerto Rican garlicky sauce
Plantains, in red wine
Pot Roast, Cranberry – An easy, tasty braised beef recipe, roasted with fresh cranberries
Rice, basic Middle Eastern*
Rolls, Passover (Abrams) – the equivalent of Passover popovers.
Rolls, Passover (Korman) – kosher rolls that suit and taste great for Passover.
Sea bass in lime cream sauce – A delicious green onion, lime and cilantro cream sauce is mixed with the fish.
Spinach Farfel – Farfel is a typical Passover meal and comes in various types.
Burmolikos, Bulgarian Matzah Puffs – soft, mild egg and matzah puffs, fried in oil.
Brownies, Passover – the perfect Passover dessert.
Cake (Hungarian chocolate walnut torte) – a luxurious and moist confection of chocolate.
Cake, cocoa cream layer – it has a whipped cream filling and chocolate icing on three layers of chocolate cake.
Cake, Fanny’s flourless chocolate – typically eaten at Passover, a pleasant relief from the usual macaroons and sponge cake.
Cake, Hazelnut Brown Butter – quick, unpleasantly simple and ideal for Passover.
Candy, rocky road – perfect for gift giving during the Passover holiday.
Chocolate Berry Pies (grain-free and vegan) – incredible vegan gluten-free pie crust and exquisite filling.
Chocolate icing – use this rich chocolate frosting with any of your Passover desserts.
Cobbler, strawberry rhubarb – This Passover recipe also comes courtesy of Lorraine Shapiro, very delicious!
Compote, spring – this fresh compote features not just citrus, but rhubarb, raspberries, and prunes.
Compote, strawberry-orange, with stuffed dates – a pleasant, light and flavorful way to end the Passover meal.
Cookies, chewy chocolate
Cookies, cinnamon balls
Cookies, flourless pistachio
Macaroon crumble, mango and sour cherry
Macaroons, toasted almond-coconut
Matzah pancakes (gremchelich)
Sponge cake – topped with strawberries and whipped cream. Best served as dessert at a seder.
Sugar, Passover confectioners’ – contains cornstarch and is not kosher for Passover.
Vegan Funfetti Cheesecake Bites – these delicious cheesecake bites are the perfect treat for Passover.
*Ashkenazi Jews, who comprise the majority of Jews in the U.S., do not consider rice kosher for Passover. Sephardic Jews do consider rice kosher for Passover.