Passover Recipe Round-Up

As I continue to work on my seder menu, I thought I’d put together a quick round-up of all the Passover and Passover-friendly recipes I’ve shared here on KOAB over the last year and a half.

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Roasted Zucchini and Eggplant Salsa from Rivki at Kosher Cooking for Ordinary People

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Chilled Berry Soup – This is a refreshing appetizer, or a delicious dessert (try freezing it in Popsicle molds)

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Smashed Potatoes – These.are.so.good! And I have a confession – I don’t love potato kugel. So this is what I make instead. And everyone loves this!

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Kale Potato Gratin – Oh dear. This is not gonna help with the diet, letmetellyou. But it is really, really good. Worth the calories, for sure. And hey – it’s got kale in it. So that’s healthy, right?

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Date Charoset – plus many more charoset recipes shared in the comments section

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Vegetable Kugel, Oven Baked Matzah Brie and Matzah Lasagna – Thanks to those of you who made my made-up-on-the-fly veggie kugel and let me know it was a hit at your house, too. This is definitely a “little of this, a little of that” kind of recipe.

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Lévana Kirschenbaum’s Chocolate Walnut Brownies

See something you like? Be sure to “pin” it or share it (social media buttons below). I’ve created a Passover Ideas pin board on Pinterest with all sorts of recipe and craft ideas – check it out and contribute your own by tagging me!

Please feel free to share your favorite Passover recipes in the comments.  I know we’re all looking for inspiration!

Looking for more Passover Recipes? Check them out here.

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  1. Thank you so much for these recipes!!!

  2. Michelle says:

    My favorite thing to make for Pesach are crepes that we then either fill with an assortment of fillings a (potato, cheese, mushroom and onions) or we just spread with jelly, cream cheese, butter, chocolate spread (if we can find it KLP) etc.

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