Non-Gebrokst Recipes


My Big Fat Bulgarian-Iraqi-Canadian-Sefardi Seder

My Big Fat Bulgarian-Iraqi-Canadian-Sefardi Seder

March 16th 2010By Gabe Meranda


Mushroom and Quinoa Stuffed Squash

quinoa and mushrooms stuffed squash

March 4th 2015By Joy of Kosher

This vegan, Passover friendly recipe for stuffed squash with quinoa and mushrooms can be made with any kind of hearty winter squash and any kind of mushroom. It is a wonderful main course or side dish and beautifully presented inside the squash. Feel free to prepare it all ahead and save the last baking step when ready to serve.


Mix ‘N Match Passover Desserts

passover desserts mix and match

March 15th 2013By Chaya Friedman


Meringue Magic for Passover


April 11th 2011By Rachelle Ferneau

Meringues, the baked beaten-egg-white-and-sugar confection, are light and versatile and make the perfect dessert for Passover:  they require only a few, readily-found ingredients, they do not use matza meal which aids in their lightness and renders them non-gebrokts, and they can be flavored in a variety of ways so that they don’t get boring throughout the week-long holiday.


Matzo or Matzah? Passover is All About the Crumbly Stuff

7 Yummiest Passover Treats

February 28th 2010By Jamie Geller


Matzo Balls

Seder Matzah Ball Soup

March 30th 2012By Joy of Kosher


Matzah Balls – Kneidlach

bubby's chicken soup

December 30th 2011By Hadassah Sabo Milner

These are fluffy soft matzah balls.


Lemon Cream Cheese Gluten-Free Crepes with Raspberry Sauce

Lemon Cream Cheese Gluten-Free Crepes with Raspberry Sauce

March 20th 2013By What Jew Wanna Eat

Note: Time does not include time for batter to chill. It's much easier to zest the lemon first and then juice it! Passover 2010 NYC Superstore Passover 2010 NYC Superstore

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Kosher Wine from Israel for Passover

Israeli Wine at the Seder

April 12th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This year, I propose a slight variation on the now familiar refrain that closes each Passover Seder.   Before you pour one of the four cups of wine at your Seder meal, stand up and proudly declare: “Next wine from Jerusalem!”  I guarantee your guests will not be disappointed.


Kosher Ingredient of the Month: Olive Oil – The 1 Ingredient for a Perfect Passover

Kosher Ingredient of the Month- Olive Oil – The 1 Ingredient for a Perfect Passover

February 25th 2010By Chef Laura Frankel


Kosher for Passover – A Primer

Kosher for Passover - A Primer

March 5th 2010By Joy of Kosher


Jamie’s Greatest Passover Hits

"Forgotten" Macaroons

March 13th 2012By Jamie Geller


Jamie Geller’s Quick & Kosher Recipe Guide


April 5th 2011By Hadassah Sabo Milner

Are you a Jamie Geller fan? Do you have her cookbooks? In order to help you be more organized in your kitchen there is now a user-friendly Recipe Guide listing all the recipes in both Quick & Kosher cookbooks, organized by course, with all Passover recipes clearly indicated.


In the Joy of Kosher Kitchen with Aviva Kanoff


Haroset From Around the World


March 23rd 2009By Felisa Billet

Of all the ritual foods that grace the Passover table, there is probably none that has as many variations as haroset. This sweet concoction, symbolizing the mortar the Jewish people used to build pyramids while enslaved in Egypt, takes on different forms depending on the cook’s heritage.


Happy Pesach!!!

Happy Pesach

April 17th 2011By Jamie Geller

Pesach is the mother of all “Kitchen Yuntifs,” but stay cool and stress-nisht --we’ve got you covered with recipes, your Passover kitchen essentials, a Seder checklist and so much more! Follow our lead, and this year every dish you serve will be truly delicious, not just “pretty good for Pesach stuff.”