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Beyond Matzo: A Week of Recipes for Passover

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Matzo Ball SoupFor all you Scramblers who celebrate Passover, we know the upcoming holiday can have its dietary challenges. With the need to refrain from eating chametz, we often hear the complaint, “My family is so tired of matzo and leftovers from the Seder. Help!  Can you suggest some easy, kid-friendly dishes for the week of Passover?”

Well, the Scramble is here to help. Below, we have put together a week of recipes for Passover. We hope that these ideas will help your holiday to be a delicious and meaningful one!

A Week of Recipes for Passover

Foil Packet Salmon with Cherry Tomatoes

Foil Packet Salmon with Cherry Tomatoes, Basil and Capers

This bright, flavorful dish is so cheerful in presentation that everyone will be excited for the meal! Serve it with brown rice or matzo.Three Pepper Flank Steak with Red Onions

Three Pepper Flank Steak with Red Onions

This hearty meal is certain to please the meat lovers in your house. Serve it with with steamed broccoli and baked potatoes.

Baked Apricot Chicken
Baked Apricot Chicken (or Tofu)

This simple dish is a hit with adults and kids alike! Serve it with quinoa (which is kosher for Passover) and baby carrots with dip.

French Riviera Salad
French Riviera Salad

This is one of my family’s favorite salads. To make it kosher for Passover, serve without the peas and make sure to use kosher mustard. Serve it with Dr. Prager’s potato pancakes.

Matzo Ball Soup
Speedy Quick Matzo Ball Soup

A classic, but our version is prepared in much less time! Serve it with a spinach salad with diced oranges and sliced red onion

Do you have favorite Passover recipes? I’d love to hear about them in the comments!

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