Roasted Salmon with Lemon-Herb Matzo Crust
Salmon is a heart-healthy alternative to ham or pork. And with its crispy matzo topping, it's Passover-friendly!
How to Cook Salmon
Salmon is a light, flaky fish that can be served any day of the week. Watch this video to learn how to prepare it.
Green & Gold Quinoa Salad
Zucchini (the green) and corn (the gold) brighten up your regular quinoa salad. Serve with lemon wedges so everyone can zest it up to their liking.
Potato Scallion Soup with Fried Matzo Dippers
No dinner rolls? No problem. Our fried matzo dippers are so good that they'll make you forget about leavened grains. Dip them in the soup, serve them as an appetizer or just crunch away on them as you cook.
Cucumber Salad with Dill Sour Cream
Wisk together dill, sugar, sour cream and apple cider vinegar for a light and creamy salad dressing. Be sure to let the cucumbers drain for at least an hour before tossing with the dressing.
Brisket with Sweet-Potato Tzimmes
This traditional sweet Jewish brisket is a home run. Serve it with a dark red wine.
Roasted Sweet Potato & Carrot Puree
Put the first five ingredients in a pan and top with the broth. After baking, the veggies should have absorbed the broth, making them ready to be pureed. Top with fresh parsley and finely chopped carrots.
Matzo Ball Soup
There's nothing better than traditional matzo ball soup. Just tweak our recipe for Meatball soup by swapping in crushed matzo. Garnish with fresh dill and lemon wedges.
Toss some pecan or hickory wood chips into the grill to give the squash a deep, smoky flavor. This smoked flavor will pair nicely with the sweetness from the honey and rice wine vinegar vinaigrette, as well as the golden raisins.
Roasted Chicken & Cauliflower
This meal is the ultimate dinner. With less than five ingredients, and only one pan needed, it eliminates almost all of the hassle.
How to Roast a Perfect Chicken
Want to know how to roast the perfect chicken? Watch Chef Marc Murphy's how-to video.
Quick Tilapia in Parchment
For a light and refreshing baked tilapia, simply season with Old Bay seasoning, EVOO and lemon juice. The parchment paper acts as a pouch to keep all of the snap peas and corn inside.
Long gone is the boring side salad. Check out our favorite salad recipes for lunch or dinner. They're bountiful, flavorful and sure to keep you full!