Kosher Recipes

Kosher Recipes for Passover

PassoverSet your Passover table with one or more of these wonderful kosher recipes, many of which incorporate various traditions of Ashkenazic (Eastern European) and Sephardic (Far, Near, and Middle Eastern) Passover Seders.



Kosher-style Mushroom Soup

Enlightened Kosher Classic Coleslaw

Enlightend Kosher Cooking's Own Mushroom Salad

Enlightened Kosher's Greek Salad with Chicken

Jerusalem "Mixed Grill"


Steel-Cut Oat Soup

Broccoli Cauliflower Kugel

Spring Vegetable Soup with Matzo Balls

Chicken Giblets in Gravy

Mocked Chopped Liver

Cohen's Powerful Egg White Omelet

Enlightened Tuna Mushroom and Egg Quiche

Traditional Latkes

Apple Kugel

Confetti Vegetable Kugel

Sephardic Wine and Fruit Pudding

Traditional Cholent

Sephardic Spicy Fish in Red Sauce

A special thank you to the following cookbook authors for their recipe contributions: Gail Ashkanazi-Hankin, Passover Lite Kosher Cookbook; Nava Atlas, Vegetarian Celebrations, Festive Menus for Holidays and Other Special Occasions, Updated Edition; Levana Kirschenbaum The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen; Nechama Cohen, Enlitened Kosher Cooking; and Norene Gilletz, MealLeaniYumm! 800 Fast, Fabulous & Healthy Recipes. All but Nechama Cohen's recipes were originally published by Cinnamon Hearts, ©2003.

Last Modified Date: November 28, 2012

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