Wine-Braised Beef Brisket
This is yummy the day you make it, but is even more delicious the next day.
Basting a chicken with a sweet pomegranate reduction makes a lovely dish for Seder.
Oma's Fabulous Matzo Ball Soup
This is a matzo ball soup that my grandmother used to make. It is our family's favorite part of the meal. It serves a lot of people depending on the size of the bowl you use. Make sure to not add too much matzo meal in order to make the matzo ball float to the top of the boiling water.
Passover (Pesach) Brownies
I experimented for years to come up with a brownie made with matzo ... this is the best!
Cornish Game Hens with Garlic and Rosemary
Crusty garlic bread and a nice light Chianti wine complement this meal very well.
The Rebbetzin Chef's Persian Walnut Cookies
These delicately-spiced, rose-scented cookies are the perfect treat for Passover since they contain no flour. They are nutty and rich, slightly chewy with a crunchy exterior. Pistachios or almonds can be substituted for the walnuts.
Simply Steamed Asparagus
Makes even tough asparagus, tender and tasty! Try using vinaigrette dressing in place of the butter too.
8 Matzo Ball Soup Recipes to Try ASAP
Whether you're making a pot for Passover or just because you feel like it, there's nothing quite like a bowl of warm and cozy matzo ball soup.
Easy Baked Beef Brisket
For a brisket recipe, this is considered very fast. The convention of cooking it low and slow often results in dried-out meat that never reaches the proper internal temperature. Instead of waiting all day and risking such disappointment, we dial up the temperature slightly and bake it in about half the time to ensure it's both tender and moist. Garnish with chives if desired.
A simple recipe for this traditional Passover staple. I always make a great deal extra to munch on for days! Mixture will turn the appropriate shade of brown to look like the mortar which it represents. You can substitute sugar for the honey, if desired.