Passover Recipes


Passover Recipe: How To Cook Like a Turk

By Hana Itzhaki

There’s a good reason we only eat Kalli’ah once a year. The Turkish inspired beef, eggs and potato dish is not for the faint of heart. Seriously, if you have high cholesterol, just stop reading now. But if you enjoy the succulent rich taste of confit, this is the perfect Passover dish for you.Read More


Roman Holiday: Pizzarelle Con Miele

By Alyssa Shelasky

Edith Arbib Anav, a Jewish Roman woman shares her recipe for Pizzarelle Con Miele, a classic local Passover cookie made with cocoa, pine nuts, lemon and honey.Read More


Passover Sweets — The Best Recipes on the Web

By Devra Ferst

Making a delectable Passover dessert is a challenge worthy of appearing on Iron Chef — no leavening, no flour, and if your Seder has meat, no butter. Fortunately, our favorite food sites and cookbook authors have suggestions and recipes.Read More


Meet Mitchell Davis: Matzo Ball Master

By Tressa Eaton

Mitchell Davis might just make the world’s best matzo ball soup. He doesn’t believe in baking soda or seltzer — just his mother’s recipe and amazing stock.Read More


Mitchell Davis's Master Matzo Ball Soup Recipe

By Mitchell Davis

Mitchell Davis shares his spectacular matzo ball soup recipe. If you want to try it, don’t worry, we won’t tell your bubbe.Read More


The Complete Guide To Hosting a Seder

By Devra Ferst

Hosting a Passover Seder combines the culinary expectations of Thanksgiving with an Iron Chef like challenge. Our guide is here to help with tips, a calendar and recipes.Read More


Move Over Elijah! Julia Child Is Coming to Seder

By Molly Yeh

This slowly braised, juicy brisket is like a Jewish take on Julia Child’s legendary boeuf bourguignon. Pair it with a rich quinoa risotto.Read More


Swap Cuban Fufú for Potatoes This Passover

By Jennifer Stempel

When Jennifer Stempel is fed up with Passover staples, she takes a cue from her tropical motherland and makes smashed green plantain with mojo sauce. Try her recipe.Read More





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