Another Side of Passover

Main Dishes, Soups, and Vegetables
Passover Potato Casserole
Castilian-Style Passover
Potato Casserole

Kosher cuisine requires separation of meat meals and dairy meals. These recipes offer many tantalizing possibilities within these ingredient parameters.


Mint-Rubbed Leg of Lamb Though lamb is often paired with mint jelly, this roasted leg lets you leave the jelly jar in the pantry. Serve the roast medium-rare to medium, in its own juices, with a simple arrangement of spring vegetables.


Tunisian Passover Ratatouille Marjoram leaves and toasted pine nuts add new flavors to traditional roasted eggplant.


Chicken a la Spring This bounteous lemon-roast chicken is just right for any Sunday as well as a traditional Passover main course.


Castilian-Style Passover Potato Casserole Put a twist on tradition with this casserole flavored with feta cheese and spinach.


Orange-Glazed Chicken with Matzo-Nut Stuffing Use either a roasting chicken or a capon for this festive entree.


Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls For a main dish soup, remove the meat from the bones, cube the meat, and return 2 cups cubed chicken to the broth with the vegetables.


Matzo Balls These light-textured dumplings are delicious served the traditional way, in chicken soup, or served alone.


Charoset It's not uncommon to find a different charoset recipe -- or even several -- for every family.

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