Passover Menu Ideas

We're sharing our best Passover Seder menu ideas from traditional to modern. Get our inventive twists on classic Passover recipes for updated takes on the Seder meal.

Traditional Passover Menu

Entertain a crowd with ease -- our traditional beef brisket cooks low and slow in the oven. Red wine, prunes, and fresh thyme give the brisket rich flavor. 

Serve the main course with our take on matzo ball soup, fresh green asparagus, and a rich flourless chocolate torte. 

Beef Brisket with Dried Fruit

Modern Passover Menu

Golden roast chicken is the main event of this modern Passover meal. Rich and savory, it's classic comfort food that's perfect for the Seder meal. 

Serve the roast chicken with a fresh baby lettuce salad, sweet root vegetable kugel, and chocolaty macaroons. 

Roasted Chicken

Vegetarian Passover Menu

A zucchini and walnut frittata is perfect for the Passover table. Serve up the light entree with fresh sliced tomatoes and basil. 

Roasted sweet potatoes, a bright green salad, and rich banana pavlova complete this light yet satisfying Seder meal. 

Zucchini and Tomato Frittata


Updated Passover Menu

Add spice to your Passover table this year with grilled fish and green onions. The delicate, flaky halibut gets plenty of heat from spicy serrano peppers. 

Serve the fish with grilled baby carrots, roasted Brussels sprouts, and sweet matzo apricot bars. 

Grilled Halibut Sarandeado


Classic Passover Menu

The star of the Seder dinner? This classic pot roast cooked with potatoes and carrots. It cooks all in one pot -- perfect for effortless entertaining. 

Serve the dish with roasted root vegetables, butter lettuce salad, and crisp apricot cookies. 

Pot Roast


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