The evening of Friday, April 3 marks the first night of Passover, an eight-day holiday celebrating the Israelites’ freedom from slavery in ancient Egypt. This year, update your seder spread with our modern take on a traditional dinner.
Forego the gefilte fish, and serve up smaller portions of this fresh fish dish.
Switch up the chicken soup for vegetarian-friendly vibrant roasted red pepper soup.
Spice things up at the Passover table: instead of regular old roasted chicken, make Portuguese-style barbecued chicken.
Potato kugel is nice, but mashed potatoes are what we crave. Check out this dairy-free version:
This salad is a change from everyday greens:
Finally, it wouldn’t be Passover without some easy, coconuty macaroons!