Every year, I spin into a tizzy of nerves before we sit down to our seder: Did I remember everything for the seder plate?!
For anyone else who has similar nerves, I prepared a quick checklist for your seder plate. It’s in printable format, so feel free to click the “Print This Recipe” button (I know, it’s not a recipe!) to print off your checklist!
Passover Seder Plate Checklist
Marror – Horseradish, grated or prepared; or Romain lettuce
Charoset – Here is my round-up of Charoset Recipes, if you’re looking to try something new
Chazeret – A second type of marror (we use Romaine lettuce for chazeret)
Zero’ah – Roasted bone (we usually use a chicken neck)
Beitzah – Hard boiled egg
Matzo – 3 whole matzot + matzo and afikomen cover (next to the seder plate)