13 Healthy Recipes You Can Eat for Passover
When it comes to Passover feasting, everyone is always hyper-focused on the seder dinners. Your extended family most likely visits from all over and probably expects a perfectly-curated menu, like our Crowd-Pleasing Recipes for Your Family’s Seder or our 12 Main Dishes Perfect for Passover. But the holiday is an entire week long, and by day three we’re tired of cream cheese-covered matzo.
We compiled some of our favorite recipes that just happen to be kosher for Passover, so you’ll finally have a holiday without the dreaded food fatigue. Always check ingredients at the store before purchasing to be sure they meet your personal kosher for Passover standards.
Chicken with Almond and Paprika Vinaigrette
This Spanish- and French-influenced meal comes together in less than 30 minutes. Simply pound and cook the chicken, and top with a decadent olive-infused sauce.
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Roasted Salmon with Kale-Quinoa Salad
Quinoa is the key to Passover-friendly lunches. Top the kale, quinoa, and grape mixture with a beautiful piece of salmon for a super filling lunchtime feast.
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Saucy Skillet-Poached Eggs
Swap out your morning matzo brei with this picture-perfect breakfast. Scoop up the beautifully baked eggs in rich tomato sauce with a side of matzo.
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Roasted Lamb with Fennel, Rhubarb, and Strawberries
Mix up your protein with a stunning rack of lamb. The beautiful addition of strawberry and rhubarb adds a seasonal twist to this upscale feast.
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Roasted Halibut with Herb Salad
The real trick to this dish is slow-roasting the fillet to perfection. Finish it off with a side of fresh herbs for a flavor-packed dinner.
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Almond-Crusted Trout with Swiss Chard
Put that bag of almond flour to good use and create a crispy crust without any bread crumbs. The Swiss chard mixture acts as a flavorful sauce and side dish, making for a delicious one-pan meal.
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Quinoa Breakfast Bowl with a 6-Minute Egg
The jammy yolk creates the ultimate sauce in this simple breakfast bowl. Top quinoa with kale, avocado, tomatoes, and egg for a Passover-friendly breakfast you’ll eat year-round.
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There’s no need for bland boxed cakes this year. Beating egg whites gives the cake lift that leaveners typically bring, creating an ultra light and moist bite.
View the recipe: Orange-Almond Cake
Fennel and Blood Orange Salad
Pair this bright citrus salad with a protein for a well-rounded feast. The sweetness from the honey and fruit balance perfectly with the bitter leaves.
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Zesty Kale and Sweet Potato Bowl
This accidently kosher for Passover recipe is almost too good to be true. The sweet potato and quinoa add heft to the bowl, while the bright lime and cilantro dressing keep it fresh and light.
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Strawberry, Basil, and Balsamic “Slablova”
This show-stopping meringue is topped with delicate cream, fresh basil, and sweet strawberries for a kosher dessert you’ll look forward to every year.
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Spring Salad with Herbed Goat Cheese
Use your leftover parsley from the seder in this herb-infused goat cheese salad. Bright, green veggies take center stage here creating the ultimate welcome to springtime.
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Roasted Salmon with Oranges, Beets, and Carrots
Swap out heavy, leftover brisket for a lighter seafood dish. Oranges, beets, and carrots brighten the one-pan main, and the simply seasoned fillet is elegant enough to serve to a crowd.
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