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.)
1. Buffalo Mushroom Matzah Pizza
What's that you say? Matzah pizza? What Jew Wanna Eat's buffalo mushroom matzah pizza makes for a great appetizer or even a Passover-friendly lunch.
2. Steamed Artichokes With Roasted Red Pepper Mayonnaise
As an appetizer, or a side, these steamed artichokes with roasted red pepper mayonnaise from Fo Reals Life are easy, delicious, and can easily be made into a meal if you sit in front of them for a long enough amount of time.
3. Lemon Pesto Spaghetti Squash
Love and Lemon's lemon pesto spaghetti squash is light, yummy, and kosher. You can't ask for much more than that when it comes to a Passover dish.
4. Chipotle Apple Sweet Potato Salad
In need of a salad that doesn't bore everyone to death? Try Love and Lemons' chipotle apple sweet potato salad. It's a people pleaser, without a doubt.
5. Oven Roasted Cauliflower
The Healthy Foodie's oven roasted cauliflower is simple, delicious, and perfect for Passover. Capitalize on this as a side, and be amazed at how quickly it goes!
6. Sweet Potato Kugel
Kugel is a staple at many Jewish holidays, but this sweet potato kugel by What Jew Wanna Eat gives it a little variety without losing any flavor.
7. BBQ Chicken Latkes
BBQ Chicken Latkes. Repeat after me. BBQ. Chicken. Latkes. This dish from What Jew Wanna Eat are so delicious, they may become a year-round dish for your family.
8. Walnut Citrus Spice Charoset
Charoset is a traditional Passover recipe made to represent the bricks and mortar that the Jewish people used when forced to work as slaves in Egypt. It's a must have for any Seder plate, and Healthy Happy Life has a great recipe for a walnut citrus spice charoset that will act as a symbol and a delicious side dish.
9. Matzo & Herb Stuffed Tomatoes
Looking for a quick and easy side dish that's delicious and a little bit fancy? Try What Jew Wanna Eat's matzo and herb stuffed tomatoes. These are super easy to make in bulk and work well with any other side dishes you're planning for your Passover menu.
10. Roasted Carrots With Za’atar
Carrots are always a great side dish for the spring holidays, and this recipe for roasted carrots with za'atar from Feed Me Phoebe is perfect for Passover.
11. Middle Eastern Roasted Vegetable Rice
You won't be able to get enough of the savory spices and flavors in this Middle Eastern roasted vegetable rice dish from Tori Avey. It's another great recipe you can make in bulk for your Seder table and one everyone will be raving about thanks to the eggplant, chickpeas, and spices.
12. Stuffed Cabbage Soup
Soup is always one of my favorite things at a holiday table, so I can't wait to try this stuffed cabbage soup from What Jew Wanna Eat. It looks hearty enough to stand alone as a meal, but it's also the perfect stuffed cabbage side without all of the work.
13. Schmaltz Potatoes Lyonnaise
Give a traditional French recipe a twist for Passover with this schmaltz potatoes lyonnaise recipe from Tori Avey. Dairy-free, gluten-free, and kosher, these potatoes are also full of flavor and a must-have if there are hungry kids at the table.
14. Grilled Green Onions With Walnut Romesco
Have you ever heard of grilled green onions? Me neither, but thanks to My Name is Yeh, I am dying to try their recipe for grilled green onions with walnut romesco. It's so easy to throw together and you'll want to cover everything in that sauce.
15. Fish Soup
And for a dish that will really wow your Bubbe, try Tori Avey's fish soup. There's no shellfish, but that doesn't make this soup any less delicious and the recipe even cuts a few corners from the traditional way to make fish soup.
Additional reporting by Samantha Darby