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Back to Basics: 24 Passover Recipes

Kosher.com Staff April 2, 2020

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We’ll get right to the point. Fancy, unique and show-stopping recipes are always fun, but sometimes all we want are the classics for Passover. You know, brisket, roast chicken, chocolate chip cookies and chicken soup.


Don’t get us wrong, sometimes it’s nice to have extra special dishes at the Seder, and we have plenty of those to choose from on kosher.com (Click here for our list of the 105 Best-Ever Passover recipes), but this year things are a little different and our priorities have shifted.


So if you’re like us and you’re just looking for a tried and true cookie or chocolate cake recipe, browse through the recipes below- you won’t be disappointed.




  1. Sweet and Saucy Brisket by Norene Gilletz

  2. Matzo Ball Soup by Manischewitz

  3. Rich Fudgy Flourless Brownies by Leah Nagel

  4. Like Stuffed Cabbage by Brynie Greisman

  5. Pesach Blondies from the Dining In Cookbook

  6. Crispy Fried Chicken Cutlets by Chayie Schlisselfeld

  7. Basic Pavlova Recipe by Faigy Grossmann

  8. Strawberry Sorbet from the Nitra Cookbook

  9. Tzimmes by Simone Miller and Jennifer Robins

  10. Lemon Berry Crumble Pie by Rorie Weisberg

  11. Parsnip, Potato and Turnip Puree from the Dining In Cookbook

  12. Baked Gefilte Fish by OU Kosher

  13. Whole Roasted Lemon Garlic Chicken by Chayie Schlisselfeld

  14. Lemon Tart 2 Ways by Rachel Kor

  15. Delicious Delmonico Roast by Rorie Weisberg

  16. Zucchini Kugel by Tamar Ansh

  17. Best Ever Gebrochts Chocolate Chip Cookies by Melissa Kaye

  18. Triple-Squash Veggie Soup with “Lukshen” from the Dining In Cookbook

  19. Shallot and Fennel Chicken by Rorie Weisberg

  20. Unbelievably Delicious Soft Passover Biscotti by Sarah Faygie Berkowitz

  21. Before and After Chicken Legs by Julie Hauser

  22. Chocolate Quinoa Cake by Paula Shoyer

  23. Orange Juice Roast by Julie Hauser

  24. Gluten Free Mocha Marble Cake with Coffee Glaze by Brynie Greisman

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