The Most Delicious Dishes to Make for Passover

Passover is almost here and we’ve got a round-up of the most delicious recipes you can make for your celebration:

1. Braised Fennel with Apricots and Figs


This Braised Fennel with Apricots and Figs recipe has a sweet and buttery flavor that will knock the socks off of anyone who eats it. Find the recipe here from May I Have That Recipe?

2. Matzo Ball Soup


Peas & Crayons describes this soup as “a warm hug in a bowl” and we couldn’t agree more! It’s great if you’re in a hurry! Get the recipe for Matzo Ball Soup here.

3. Vegan & Gluten-Free Grilled Green Onions with Walnut Romesco


Vegan, gluten-free, and kosher…definitely a dish everyone at the table can enjoy! Check out the recipe here from My Name is Yeh.

4. Broccoli Kugel


This Broccoli Kugel looks and tastes so good, your Passover guests will be bugging you for the recipe. Find the recipe here from Joy of Kosher.

5. Crispy Potato Roses


Gorgeous may be a big understatement when describing this eye-catching dish. Learn how to make Crispy Potato Roses here from Family Friends Food.

6. Homemade Matzoh


Skip the packaged Matzoh and opt for homemade with this super easy recipe. 4 ingredients and half an hour later and you’ve got homemade matzoh for your Passover celebration. Get the recipe here from Leite’s Culinaria.

7. Vegetable Kugel with Caramelized Leeks


This vegetable kugel is chock full of potatoes, sweet, potatoes, zucchini, leeks, and, of course, flavor! Check out the recipe here from What Jew Wanna Eat.

8. Almond Joy Macaroons


The taste of toasted coconut, a chewy delicious center, and the decadence of dark chocolate makes Almond Joy Macaroons a heavenly dessert for any Passover celebration. In fact, they’re so good, you’ll probably be making these all year-round. Find the recipe here from Sweet Tooth.

9. Icebox Matzo Cake


This no-bake dessert is the perfect dish you can make with the kiddos. 30 minutes to put together and a few hours in the freezer, and you’ve got a sweet treat that everyone will love at the table. Learn how to make it here from Living Sweet Moments.

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Happy Passover!

  • Tiffany Bendayan

    Did you know that in Passover is forbidden to eat bread? I would remove the Challah from the list. 🙂

  • Thanks for including me Mollie! Love this tasty round-up!

    • Tess

      Glad to include your delicious recipe! 🙂