Cindy's Ashkenazi Charoset for Passover Seder is made of apples, nuts, wine, sugar and cinnamon. Simply chop and mix to create this sure-fire Pesach crowd pleaser!

At the Passover Seder, <a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/charoset/a/all_charoset.htm">charoset</a> is meant to look like and remind us of the mortar the Israelite slaves used in their building. This Israeli Charoset combines dried fruit - raisins, a ...

At the Passover Seder, charoset is meant to look like and remind us of the mortar the Israelite slaves used in their building. This charoset combines a variety of nuts - almonds, walnuts, pistachios - with fresh fruit, dried fruit, wine and spices. If you ...

At the Passover Seder, <a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/charoset/a/all_charoset.htm">charoset</a> is meant to look like and remind us of the mortar the Israelite slaves used in their building. This Traditional Italian Charoset, contributed by Frank ...

Every year Jews worldwide celebrate Passover by reliving the story of the Exodus from Egypt as if they themselves are going from slavery to freedom. The Israelite slaves fled Egypt in haste and had to eat their bread before it had time to rise. Thus, on P ...

Latkes

Jamie Geller, author of Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing, contributed this latkes potato pancakes recipe for Hanukkah. Her grandfather gave her the recipe. The latkes, with no non-essential ingredients, are crunchy, light and taste ...

Matzah balls or matzo balls, also called knaidlach, are traditionally served in chicken soup during Passover. My kids, however, ask me to serve matzo balls for the Jewish High Holidays and for Friday night Sabbath dinner throughout the winter.

On the surface, matzo brei is simply scrambled eggs with matzo pieces inside. But in the case of matzo brei, the whole is better than the sum of its parts. Matzo brei is so easy-to-make and tasty that it has become a Passover staple. My kids love matzo br ...

This Matzo Caramel Crunch is Paula Weinstein and Julie Remer's favorite Passover treat. For those who are invited out for a holiday meal, this addictive Pesach dessert makes the perfect hostess gift.

Looking for a starchy side dish your kids will like to eat for dinner during the week of Passover? Serve this Matzo Farfel with meat and a green vegetable for a satiating Passover meal.

Want to make a delicious, matzo-free, pizza-tasting dish this Passover holiday? Try this easy, kosher-for-Passover, Matzo Farfel Pizza recipe from Word of Mouth Kosher Catering Firm.

My wife made these Meringue Cups with Strawberries and Chocolate Sauce for Passover Seder years ago. Now our kids insist we serve this for Pesach Seder dessert every year. It is a modification of a recipe by Dorie Greenspan that was published in Bon Appet ...

If you don't want to start your Passover mornings with matzo, try preparing and serving these delicious Pesach Blueberry Muffins for breakfast. These muffins are a big hit because the ratio of fruit to Pesach ingredients is perfect.

Cheese blintzes, a classic Ashkenazic Jewish food that probably originated in Poland, can be made kosher for Passover simply by replacing the flour in the recipe with potato starch.

These Leek Latkes make a nice side dish for either Pesach Sabbath meals or Passover week family meals. These leek pancakes look fancy, but they are easier to make than traditional potato latkes as no food processor is needed. And of course they are lower ...

I received this recipe in an email from my sister-in-law. The recipe caught my attention because it is simple (as all Passover recipes should be), my kids love macaroni and cheese, and pasta is whatever everyone craves on Passover. After one trial run, th ...

If you have a pre-teen in the house, this is a great recipe to let them prepare for the Passover Seder. My teen puts on the music and stands for hours happily making kosher for Passover blintzes which we later cut into strips for these noodles.

Not a fan of matzo? These Passover Rolls are the perfect replacement. Throughout the holiday week, fill these rolls with tuna, jelly, cheese, hot dogs, or sandwich meat to make a satisfying Pesach sandwich.

Given the cumbersome nature of Passover cooking, it makes a lot of sense to double recipes and freeze. I bring this ground meat home from the butcher, immediately prepare the burgers by adding vegetables, eggs, matzah meal and spices, form the patties and ...

Mandelbrodt, which literally means almond (mandel) bread (brodt), is a twice-baked hard bread similar to Italian biscotti. This recipe for Pesach Mandelbrodt was concocted by my cousin in Minneapolis, an amazing kosher cook who annually hosts Passover Sed ...