14 delicious Passover Seder recipes with pantry staples and fresh produce
Your Passover Seder this year might be with a smaller group in your home or just for yourself or shared virtually with family and friends. However you’re celebrating, you’ll want these inspired dishes for the holiday.
Beef brisket remains a favorite, especially when it’s marinated in coffee and chipotle.
Lamb, when braised, becomes wonderfully tender, and this one takes advantage of pantry spices and seasonings.
Ideal for coronavirus cooking, this one-pan chicken recipe braises the meat until tender and juicy. The basic formula requires only five ingredients and minimal prep time.
Gefilte fish from scratch is a project, and one you might now have time to try at home.
With a focus on renewal and regeneration, Passover is also known as the Holiday of Spring.
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