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Seder is the feast that marks the official first night of Passover. Savory has prepared a traditional recipes to help plan your Passover Seder table.
Brisket with Pomegranate-Red Wine Glaze
Tangy-sweet pomegranate juice mingles with red wine to create a flavor-packed braising liquid for brisket that melts in your mouth.
Matzo Brei with Herbs
Delicious day or night, this simple dish of scrambled eggs and matzo is as comforting as it is easy to prepare.
Apple-Berry Tart with Cinnamon-Walnut Crust(with video)
Instead of flour, this dessert’s crisp crust relies on toasted walnuts and matzo meal for structure. Tart berries and sweet apples join forces for a delectable, fruity filling.
Crispy Potato-Green Onion Kugel
The key to getting this irresistible potato kugel perfectly crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside is preheating your cast-iron skillet in the oven and using starchy russet potatoes.
Cucumber-Cabbage Salad with Lemon-Dill Vinaigrette
This simple and refreshing side is a delicious accompaniment to rich meat or other heartier main dishes.
Sautéed Radishes with Mint
The bite of gorgeous spring radishes is tamed when cooked with a little sugar and tossed in a shower of fresh mint.
Harissa-Roasted Carrots with Mint
Harissa, a Moroccan pepper paste with a spicy kick, joins forces with honey for these delectable carrots.
Garlicky Celery Root and Potato Purée
This creamy side dish goes well with any meal. Try swapping regular potatoes for yams for a sweeter take.
Flourless Chocolate Cake
This rich flourless chocolate cake is so delicious that you’ll make it all year round, not just at Passover. Plus, it’s ready in just 30 minutes.
Almond Olive Oil Cake(with video)
End your holiday meal with this fluffy, gluten-free dessert that is rich in almond flavor and balanced by bright citrus.
Passover Braised Brisket with Sour Cherry Glaze
This slow cooked brisket is an absolute knockout for gatherings with friends and family. Red wine and sour cherries give it just a hint of sweetness. The only thing better than eating it for dinner is making sandwiches with the leftovers the following day. Make sure all ingredients are Kosher for Passover.
Fennel and Orange Salad with Matzo Croutons
Crispy matzo takes the place of traditional croutons in this refreshing, Passover-friendly salad. Make the vinaigrette and cut the oranges ahead to save on prep time.
Rack of Lamb with Roasted Baby Potatoes
Your guests will love this rack of lamb in a simple red wine sauce with crispy roasted potatoes, and you’ll love how it comes together in just 30 minutes.
Carrot Salad with Ginger and Pistachios
Carrots, cilantro, and pistachios tossed in a ginger vinaigrette make for a salad that’s great on its own, mixed with lettuce, or layered in a sandwich.
Smoked Trout on Matzo with Red Onion Relish
Smoked trout combines with red onion, tart lemon, and dill to top off matzo in this easy and delectable appetizer in just 15 minutes.
Cucumber Salmon Bites
These elegant cucumber salmon bites are the perfect appetizer to present as a first course nibble at the Passover meal. Horseradish sauce and dill are all you need to add kick and flavor to cool cucumber and salty smoked salmon.
Matzo Ball Chicken Soup
This chicken soup is warm, filling and comforting. Whether you're preparing for a weeknight meal or a Passover celebration, this hearty soup is full of soul… not to mention vegetables like leeks, celery and carrots, and classic salty matzo balls.
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