“Pesach in a Pot” Recipes (You’re Going to Want to Save These!)

Kosher.com Staff March 30, 2022

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Passover is around the corner but no need to stress, Kosher.com has got your back! Our brand new initiative, “Pesach in a Pot” is your one-stop-shop for easy, doable Passover recipes. The best part about these recipes? All you’ll need is a pot or pan, and some basic kitchen gadgets. (We told you we got your back!)

From now until Pesach a new chef will come on our Instagram page every day and show you how to make their incredible Passover recipe. Don’t have Instagram? No problem! We will be publishing each new recipe right here in this article every time a new one airs so you can have all of them in one convenient place.

Chag Kasher v’Sameach!

  1. Salami Hash by Esty WolbeLooking for that perfect dish to satisfy your family? Esty is sharing with us her perfect Pesach In a Pan recipe. This hash can be served for breakfast, dinner, and is even a great option for erev Pesach. It’s super versatile – use whatever veggies you like and you can even skip the salami if you don’t like eating meat in the morning. Enjoy!

  2. Pesach Classic Potato Chip Schnitzel by Mimi HechtThe perfect, crunchy, easy Pesach Schnitzel, with only 4 ingredients, all of which are easily accessible.

  3. Passover Lamb Shank Tagine by Jeff Mosczyc
    These braised lamb shanks may not be your grandmother’s brisket, but one bite will have you making them a family tradition from here on out. With minimal effort and only one pot, you’ll find yourself serving friends and family a richly flavored, sweet and savory, buttery soft lamb with tender stone fruit. Perfect on its own or served over a bed of mashed sweet potato, it’s one of my favorites, and I hope you give it a shot this Yom Tov.
  4. Passover Dirt Cups by Marissa Wojcik
    Dirt Cups are the ultimate nostalgia! Marissa makes this classic kid-friendly dessert Kosher for Passover. With simple chocolate-covered matzo to top along with traditional Passover fruit gel slices and VOILA! The Passover dirt cup was born!

  5. Passover Brookies by Faigy Murray
    One year, when driving back to Lakewood from Minneapolis, we stopped in South Bend to visit my brother and sister-in-law. She served us supper, and for dessert she put this on the table. All my kids start grabbing. With a full mouth, one of my kids said, “Yum! What is this?” “It’s a brookie!” “A what?” “A brownie and a cookie mixed together.” What a brilliant idea! You can’t decide which of the two best desserts to make, so you make both in one!

  6. Honey-Garlic Roasted Chicken by Leah Laskin
    This grilled chicken is the perfect balance of sweet and savory. It’s perfect for Chol Hamoed and a favorite dish among picky eaters!

  7. Chocolate Hazelnut Clusters by Ruth Fox and Vicky Cohen
    These 3-ingredient chocolate clusters are the perfect treat for any chocolate lover. It’s sweet and salty, crunchy and decadent. Keep them in the freezer throughout Passover for whenever you’re feeling like a sweet treat!

  8. One Pan Meatballs and Potatoes by Sabrina Ovadia<br>How can you go wrong with a meat and potato dish? This easy dish looks super impressive the way the meatballs and potatoes are lined up. Sprinkle with some garnish and you have a super easy Passover-friendly meal.

  9. Spaghetti Squash Pizza by Shena Dominitz
    Looking for that perfect Chol Hamoed Dinner? Shena is here to show us an easy, healthy, and delicious way to have pizza on Passover wihtout the matzo. With just a few ingredients, this is the perfect low-carb and nutritious dish!

  10. Oven-Baked Hearty Meat and Vegetable Stew by Devorah Weil
    Your Chol Hamoed supper dilemma is solved with this super easy, oven-baked hearty meat and vegetable stew.

  11. Egyptian Chicken Sofrito by Monica Galapo
    Delicious comfort-food home cooking, layers of fried onion, multicolored potatoes, and succulent chicken. And it comes together all in one pot.

  12. Roasted Vegetable Yapchik by Gitty Friedman
    It’s always hard to find something new to make for Pesach using minimal ingredients. This recipe is a new spin on yapchik, but turns it into a completely new dish!

  13. Matza Breakfast Bake by Micah Siva
    Make this simple (and healthy!) Matzo Breakfast Bake for a delicious meal that is made with just one pan. Add in your favorite vegetables for a new bake every day of the week!

  14. Passover Sticky Toffee Pudding by Penina Ehreich
    This is a recipe I came up with quite a few years ago that had a great reception and does the rounds every Passover.

  15. Charoset Strudel by Miriam’s Kitchen

  16. Honey-Glazed Sheet Pan Salmon, Sweet Potatoes, and Broccoli by Chava Cohen
    Salmon, veggies and sweet potatoes all cooked up on one sheet pan – easy! This versatile dish checks all the boxes (protein, veggies, carbs!) and is perfect for a Yom Tov starter or a Chol Hamoed lunch/dinner.

  17. Hearty Beef Stew by Faigy Weiss
    A hearty beef stew is the way to everyone’s heart. Whether served as part of a meal, or as supper after a long Chol Hamoed day out with the kids, this will comfort your soul and have your taste buds thank you.

  18. Passover Waffles (Matzo Braffle) by Judy Elbaum