Seder is a big Jewish feast that includes singing, drinking, and (of course) lots of eating! There are a few rules when it comes to the food you can serve during Seder. For example, anything with flour (great for gluten-free folks!), grains, pork, or shellfish is off-limits.
Get inspired by the recipes below and don't forget to save them to your profile by adding them to your SideChef cookbooks!
This Chicken Schnitzel uses matzah meal as the breading, so it's Seder-approved. It only uses eight ingredients and takes 20 minutes to make, so there's no reason for you not to try making it this holiday!
This easy salad can be eaten on top of yogurt or matzah or just on its own. The candied walnuts are a fun addition, and if you've never made your own before, you're about to find out just how easy they are. Just be careful of the staining powers of beets!
Matzah Ball Soup is a classic dish in any Jewish family. Everyone has their own version, and this recipe by The Edgy Veg keeps it vegan.
If you haven't tried za'atar before, here is your chance to use it in the absolute best way. These roasted vegetables are taken up a notch with a tahini, lemon, and maple syrup drizzle on top.
This easy salad can be prepared ahead of time, making it ideal to bring to your Passover potluck. You can eat it on its own, throw it on some butter lettuce, put it inside a sandwich, or make individual bruschetta-style sandwiches.
Thought we were only going to give you one walnut-glazed recipe? This salad is super simple and needs only eight ingredients to come together. You can also use leftover rotisserie chicken to make things even easier!
We all love anything bite-sized and these little Caprese Bites are no exception. Made using cottage cheese, cream cheese, and mozzarella, they come together in no time and make the perfect appetizers.
This family-style Pot Roast is perfect for the crowds that gather on the Seder holiday. It's a slow cook meal, so it's best to get it started in the morning to guarantee that it will be ready when the festivities begin.
If you're looking for another way to use beets, then try this delicious Beet Hummus. Not only is it so beautiful to look at, but it also tastes amazing. If you're feeling extra fancy, sprinkle some feta on top just before serving.
Honestly, the combination of chocolate and coconut could rival chocolate and peanut butter. These cookies are pretty foolproof and can easily be made the day before and kept in the fridge in an airtight container. You'll need to whip up some egg whites for this recipe, so make sure to use a super clean bowl before you start whipping! Egg whites will find any excuse not to fluff up.