Passover begins at sundown April 22. In addition to the Seder, you have a week’s worth of meals to prepare. We pulled together our Passover favorites from the Recipe Finder to help get you through.

Brisket and other mains

Lamb Shanks With Root Vegetables. Photo by Marvin Joseph for The Washington Post.

Abigail’s Top-Secret Brisket of Beef

Brisket Nina

Tender Brisket and Vegetables With Smoky Paprika

Todd’s Modern-Day Brisket

Salmon With Pink Peppercorn Citrus Sauce

Lamb Shanks With Root Vegetables

Passover Halibut Plaki

Kotopoulo Psito (Stuffed Roast Chicken for Passover)

Chicken and Artichoke Matzoh Pie With Eggs and Gremolata

Mazzagna Verde

Sweet Dairy Brunch Kugel

Matzo ball and other soups

Leek-Parsley Matzoh Balls. Photo by Bill O’Leary for The Washington Post.

Leek-Parsley Matzoh Balls

Matzoh Balls Without Schmaltz

Vegan Matzoh Balls

Matzoh Balls Stuffed With Chicken Liver

Passover Chicken Broth

Passover Fava Bean Soup


Keshk. Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post; tableware from Crate and Barrel.

Stuffed Potatoes and Beets in Tamarind Sauce

Zucchini Quajado for Passover

Passover Popover Rolls

Foragers’ Pie

Keshk (use vegetable broth)


Saute of Green Onions and Radish. Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post.

Carrots and Almonds

Lemon and Honey Artichokes for Passover

Maror Salad

Saute of Green Onions and Radish

Curried Sweet Potatoes With Apples

Glazed Zucchini With Ginger (Kalavasa)

Fennel and Kohlrabi Salad

Savory Spring Leek Matzoh Kugel

Desserts and harosets

Chocolate Almond Tweed Torte. Photo by Scott Suchman for The Washington Post.

Macaroon Brownies

Chocolate Almond Tweed Torte

Caramel-Coated Orange Flan

Passover Fruit Crisp

Mini Fruit Truffles

Passover Key Lime Pie

Passover Granola

Hazelnut Spice Pyramid Cookies (Mustachudos)

Iraqi Haroset

Haroset With Cranberries


Halek (Persian Haroset)

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>> Serve these Passover recipes for a superior Seder meal