The Passover Seder is more than just a festive meal. It is a tradition, a journey back in history, and a passing of Jewish traditions on to the next generation. During the Passover meal, the story of Exodus is told, prayers are said, and symbolic food is eaten. Below, we’ve laid out some of our favorite foods to serve at your Table that your family and friends are guaranteed to love.
- Matzo Ball Soup: A traditional dish made of matzah meal, eggs, and water
- Chicken Liver Mousse: Serve with matzo, caramelized onion & amareno cherries
- Red Snapper Gefilte Fish: A traditional dish that can be served with horseradish
As the main course of the meal, it is important to choose entrees that are traditional, delicious, and that tie together the dinner. Our favorites are listed below:
- Faroe Island Salmon: Roasted with artichoke and tomatoes or served with arugula & pistachio minted pesto
- Roasted Turkey Breast: Slow roasted and rosemary butter basted
- Savory Herb Braised Brisket: Hearty and delicious
While side dishes can often seem dull next to the bigger centerpieces, these dishes are unlike the rest. They will compliment any Passover table and provide a great addition to your meal.
- Traditional Potato Latkes: Served with apple sauce
- Kale Salad with Blood Orange and Lemon: A fresh, crunchy salad with kale and citrus flavors
- Green Beans Almondine: Roasted green beans tossed with almonds
- Crispy Potato Roast: Crispy, warm, and baked to perfection
Traditional Seder Plates contain 6 items. These items are Zeroah, Beitzah, Maror, Charoset, Karpas, Chazeret. Each of these items are very simple to find & easy to grab at the grocery store. Items that can be used for your Seder Plate are:
- Zeroah: Lamb Shank
- Beitzah: Hard Boiled Egg
- Maror: Horseradish Root
- Charoset: A mixture of apples, nuts, wine, and spices
- Karpas: Parsley
- Chazeret: Celery
Kosher wines – (we carry many different varieties at our Marlton location)
We hope that you enjoyed this menu and would love to hear what you serve at your Passover table.