Don’t Let Your Passover Leftovers Go To Waste

You meticulously prepped your Seder plate, made oodles of matzo ball soup, cooked enough brisket to feed an army, and are stocked up for the next 18 years on wine, matzo and macaroons. Now what do you do with all of that food once the holiday guests have left?

You could throw the leftover parsely into a karpas salad or likewise toss the hardboiled egg with onions, spinach and olive oil. You probably know that matzo tastes best when transformed into matzo pizza, and you might have even have discovered that Manischewitz makes a mean cocktail in a pinch.

Here are a few other ideas we found around the web:

• How To Survive All Days Of Passover (Epicurious)

• 10 Ways to Reuse Passover Leftovers, from Brisket to Macaroons (Bon Appétit)

• How to Use Your Passover Leftovers (The Spruce)

• What to Do with All That Leftover Horseradish From the Seder (The Nosher)

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