Here's my one word definition for easy Passover recipes: Simple.
Something that you'd make on any given Shabbos to please your family. Something you enjoy making and eating. And it helps if it's pretty. And because it's simple, it will probably be fairly healthy, too. O.K.; bases covered, got your list? I'm happy to share mine...
Johannesburg Tomato Salad~very unusual combo of flavor
Seafood Louis with Remoulade sauce ~an simple salad that looks as pretty on individual serving plates as it does on a large platter
Simple Salted Salmon~as it is or as a basis for many salmon dishes
Passover Salmon Patties ~ a "keeper" in my file of kosher for easy Passover recipes
Hearty Cabbage Soup ~ because there is more to Jewish soups than chicken
Diet Vegetable Soup~you'll want this at the ready all week and beyond
Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic~this favorite chicken recipe is naturally kosher for Passover
Chicken with Figs and Honey Orange Sauce ~the perfect chicken recipe for a Yom Tov meal
Simple Roasted Lemon Chicken~elegant as it is such an easy Passover recipe for chicken
Herbed Breast of Turkey ~I always return to this easy Passover recipe for turkey breast, moist and delicious
The Passover Brisket~what's a Yom Tov without brisket?
Lemon Rosemary Roast~fit for a king
Steak Burgers in Mushroom and Red Wine sauce ~a hamburger special enough for a chol hamoed feast
Lauren's Meatballs~kid friendly crowd pleaser
Passover Cholent~for the holiday of freedom, it's the cholent of freedom, bean and barley freedom that is
Master Recipe for Oven Roasted Vegetables ~roasting vegetables intensifies their flavor, I keep loads on hand throughout the week to top a salad and provide a simple side dish
Steamed Broccoli with Lemon and Walnuts ~another simple and elegant side dish, great for chol hamoed
Carrots Marsala ~super seder side dish
Caramelized Carrots ~tastes like carrot candy!
Kefters de Prassa, Sephardic Leek Patties ~traditional Sephardic Passover recipe
Roasted Leeks, Bell Peppers and Tomatoes with Pine Nuts~meltingly delicious
Simple Roasted Cauliflower ~better make a double batch, half of mine disappear before making it to the table!
Braised Root Vegetables ~an simple way to bring out the best in every vegetable
Bamia~Sephardic Okra in Tomato Sauce
Forgotten Zucchini ~forgetfulness that led to one of my best recipes for zucchini
Ratatouille ~a one dish, simple ratatouille recipe that freezes well
Twice Baked Potatoes ~I keep dozens of these in my freezer for a time saving side dish, a simple lunch, and a snack the kids can heat up on their own
Smashed Potatoes~simply replace pareve sour cream with kosher for Passover sour cream (dairy meal). For a meat meal, chicken stock will work just fine.
Simple Pan Roasted New Potatoes ~ 1 pan, 2 steps, delish!
Sweet Potato Oven Fries ~meets my Queen in the Kitchen standards: Simple, adaptable, healthful and of course, tasty
Whipped Sweet Potatoes and Butternut Squash ~a nice break from mashed potatoes
A Week of Salads Mix ~work saving, time saving
Fennel, Carrot and Kohlrabi Salad ~sparkling with spring flavor
Israeli Salad~a basic recipe, adaptable to your family's taste
Citrus Slaw ~Bright and light
Linda's Fruit Salad~three simple ingredients that make any fruit salad special
Matzoh Brittle ~addictive as it is easy
The Ultimate Flourless Chocolate Cake~rich and elegant
Homemade Macaroons ~so much better than store bought
All Purpose Passover Pie Crust ~perfect for sweet or savory fillings, Queen in the kitchen style
Cooking for The King by Renee Chernin ~ The book of Torah insights, recipes and practical tips designed to bring majesty to the mundane.
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