Passover Recipes and Cooking Techniques (2014)

Passover - Shalom

Observing the upcoming Jewish Passover holiday requires a change in cooking style, as  many foods are forbidden. You may also have limited equipment, be cooking for a crowd or hosting for the first time.

Below I’ve collected what I think are the most useful posts and Kosher for Passover recipes from Cooking Manager.

For more Passover reading see my Jewish website, A Mother in Israel.

I hope you find these recipes and tips useful whether or not you celebrate.

Note: For Passover,  replace flour in recipes with matzah meal.

All Passover recipes are gluten-free, unless they contain matzah meal. Most are “non-gebrokt.” For more information see: Guide to Buying Gluten-Free Products on Passover.

Passover Recipes:

Soups, Appetizers, and Sauces:

Gefilte Fish Balls

Homemade Mayonnaise

Passover Egg Noodles (gluten-free)

Summer Beet Borscht

Pomegranate-Quince Relish

Ruth’s Roast Vegetable Soup

Yogurt Sauce with Mint

Easy, Tasty Fish Stock

Pumpkin Soup with White Wine and Rosemary

Main Courses:

How to Make Patties from Anything and Everything (just leave out legumes, grains and flour)

Red Snapper with Lemon and Dill

Spicy Tongue with Garlic and Allspice

Chicken with Black Olives and Tomatoes (on my other site)

Chicken Salad with Ginger, Garlic, Basil and Green Onions

Creamy Parsnip Soup

Marinated Nile Perch Fillet in Microwave

Pan-Steamed Fish with Vegetables

Linda’s Microwave Fish Fillets

Make Pot Roast to Tenderize Cheaper Cuts of Beef

Twenty Minute Dinner Challenge: Tuna Stir-Fry (omit soy sauce and serve with matza, potatoes or quinoa)

Desserts:

One-Bowl Passover Cakes

Microwave Poached Pears in Red Wine

Vegetables and Salads:

Beets Marinated with Ginger and Garlic

Wilted Red Peppers with Garlic

Potato Kugel or Latkes (includes detailed food processor instructions)

Carrot-Apple Salad

Winter Kohlrabi (or Cabbage) Salad

11 Great Ways to Cook Beets

Creamy Avocado Salad

Summer Ratatouille with Eggplant and Zucchini

Cabbage Braised with Onions

Easy for Summer: Beet Salad with Yogurt

Quinoa Tabbouleh (for those who eat quinoa on Passover)

Mango Salsa with Coriander and Lime

Greek Salad with Feta Cheese and Olives

More recipe lists:

Kosher Cooking Carnival #52

Norene Gilletz’s Passover Recipes

More Tips and Techniques from CookingManager.Com:

Guest Post on Passover and Food Processors at Orthonomics.

Five Basic Recipes for the Food Processor

Use Your Food Processor Efficiently

Food Processor Basics

The Bar Mitzvah Cooking Session

Preparing for a Holiday Cooking Session

Cooking Spreadsheet

Links for an Easy and Frugal Thanksgiving Dinner (many tips are applicable for Passover)

Information for Celiac Sufferers on Passover and Gluten-Free Products

Clean Your Appliances without Breaking Them

When to “Turn Over” Your Kitchen for Passover

See also Passover at A Mother in Israel.

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  1. Slightly off topic:

    One of the most useful things I did last year, the very first time I made seder and was at home from beginning to end, was sit down and make a list of all the recipes I frequently used that I could make with absolutely no modifications. I wound up with several soups, a few vegetable sides, a couple of chicken and a couple of fish recipes. Plenty for eight days. Took off some of the stress because I knew these were tried and true.

  2. Not off-topic at all. I use that technique pretty much year-round!

  3. Wow these are very interesting dishes. I personally have not used these kinds of foods together and am not much of a fan of the Jewish foods. My father in law took me to one and I just did not like it too much. However I do respect everyones foods.
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  4. This year’s hostess hasn’t assigned dishes yet but I’ve got this list bookmarked and ready to inspire. Thanks Hannah!
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