Passover is here, so naturally I’ve been searching for the best recipes (like I do every holiday) for all you foodistas who are hosting a Seder this year. And you know me; I love reinventing traditions with my family. So I thought, why go traditional when you can do Passover with a twist!? Well, I’m ready to get creative with kosher, because from kugels to cobblers, I’ve found some recipes that will really shake up your Seder!
Mexican Matzo Salad via JoyofKosher.com
Turn your family meal into a fiesta! This tower of kosher goodness looks way more delicious than any basket of tortilla chips. And really, isn’t every meal better with guacamole? Get the recipe here.
Potato Kugel Gratin via MarthaStewart.com
It wouldn’t be Passover without some kugel! And it wouldn’t very foodista of me if I served a conventional kugel. But this is no ordinary kugel… it’s potato kugel gratin – yum! Find this delicious recipe here.
Passover S’mores via Jasmin Fine of 1 Fine Cookie
Now THIS may be my favorite use of matzo yet. I do love a good kid-friendly recipe and I know my mini chefs will be all over this one. But why save these for Seder?? They look so good I think year-round enjoyment seems more appropriate. Find Jasmin Fine’s recipe for these amazing s’mores on 1finecookie.com.
Charoses Cupcakes via Cupcake Project
You know I’ll never turn down a new cupcake recipe and this Passover-appropriate charoses cupcake is no exception! It’s such a clever and unexpected way to serve charoses. And of course, anything in cupcake form becomes instantly more delicious. Get the recipe here.
Passover Cobbler via FoodNetwork.com
Passover or not, this momista always needs a delicious dessert on the table to complete the meal. A crowd-pleasing cobbler filled with apples, pears and strawberries is the perfect dish to end the Seder on a sweet note. Find the recipe here.
How you do put your own twist on traditional meals? Let me know in the comments, I’m always looking for new inspiration!