Between finding an edible brand of matzah and making your third attempt at a flourless gluten-free chocolate cake for dessert, prepping the table for your Passover Seder can be slightly stressful. But thank to this glorious age of digital media that we live in, it's even easier to find delicious and not-so-complicated kosher dinner recipes to serve at this years Passover Seder. Not to mention these innovate Internet recipes allow you to keep the tradition alive but also add a little fun to your family's celebration, making for new traditions for the next generation.
Whether you consider yourself an old pro, or a newbie who has no idea what kosher means, there are a number of kosher for Passover recipes that won't disappoint your dinner guests. There's traditional, there's fresh, there's new. There's everything your heart could ever desire, and then some. Put away those recipes you never really liked in the first place, and get ready to toast to your newfound kosher cooking skills, because these recipes are about to knock the socks off of everyone at your Seder table. This ain't your Bubbe's matzah ball soup. (OK but probably also make your Bubbe's maztah ball soup, because that is a delicious tradition.)