Spring Matzo Ball Soup
This bright green matzo ball soup is fully loaded with springtime veggies. Savory leeks, asparagus, and tender peas star alongside fluffy matzo balls that get extra lift from sparkling seltzer.
Make the most of the matzo in your pantry with this eye-catching, no-cook appetizer. Smoked salmon and thinly sliced radish add a pretty pop of pink to shards of crispy matzo topped with cream cheese.
The rich flavor and moist, fork-tender bite of classic Jewish brisket has never been easier than this version from the Instant Pot. A sweet-tangy blend of brown sugar, vinegar, and ketchup along with garlic and fresh herbs imparts deep flavor to boneless beef brisket with sweet baby carrots.
This five-ingredient, can’t-fail chicken is quick enough for busy weeknights and special enough for a celebration. A two-temp roasting method ensures juicy meat and extra crispy skin on a whole bird roasted with the flavors of citrus, honey, and fresh rosemary.
Fruit salad meets savory dinner course in this one-of-a-kind side loaded with color and appealing texture. Toasty matzo croutons add airy crunch to baby spinach leaves tossed with crisp apple, walnuts, and chewy dates.
A cast iron skillet is the key to this potato kugel with irresistibly crisp edges and tender, fluffy center. Green onions add savory depth of flavor to the traditional combination of starchy russet potatoes, oil, and eggs.
Avoiding flour for Passover? You’ll never miss it with this slice of heaven. Cocoa powder and bittersweet chocolate chips deliver a double dose of rich flavor in this ultra-moist flourless chocolate cake that’s delicious topped with fresh berries.
This tasty mashup of two traditional Passover treats will steal centerstage on the dessert table. Part airy merengue, part coconut macaroon, it’s 100% delicious finished with fresh raspberries and a drizzle of dark chocolate.