The Ultimate Pesach Recipe Guide

MONDAY MORNING COOKING CLUB’S ANNUAL PASSOVER ROUNDUP

Ready for Pesach (Passover)?

The time of the year where so much time is spent thinking about the food.

How many have you got for seder?

What are you going to cook? 

What am I going to cook?!?

When are you starting to cook?

You get the drift.

We start on Friday night which this year falls on 15th April (Good Friday) with the first night seder, or feast, followed by 8 days ahead of us where these questions will be asked over and over again.

And we hope we can help with some answers.

If you have our books, this list will help you find the recipes just PERFECT for Pesach. If you don’t have our books we have lots of free recipes right here on our site.

There is still time (if you are in Australia) to grab a copy of the latest book, either through this website in the online shop, at your local bookstore or online (try Booktopia or Amazon AU).

(Check out our post outlining the fabulous Pesach recipes from our latest book, ‘Now for Something Sweet’)

Our FOUR books are absolutely and positively jam-packed with the most delicious, interesting and altogether useful recipes for Pesach (Passover).

We have created our ‘top 10’ savoury and sweet recipes from our books to help make your menu planning a breeze.

TO HELP YOU WORK OUT WHERE EACH RECIPE IS FROM:

MMCC is our first book ‘Monday Morning Cooking Club – the food, the stories, the sisterhood‘ (2011).
TFGO is our second book ‘The Feast Goes On‘ (2014).
AATF is our third book, ‘It’s Always About the Food‘ (2017).
NFSS is our fourth book, ‘Now for Something Sweet’ (2020).

THE TOP ELEVEN

SAVOURY

  1. SARA’S BRISKET, MMCC p. 66
  2. PAULA’S BRISKET, MMCC p. 80
  3. ULNYIK, MMCC p. 80
  4. FANNY’S CHICKEN SOUP, MMCC p.174 AND MATZO BALLS, TFGO p. 248
  5. CHICKEN WITH SHALLOTS AND HERBS, AATF p. 128
  6. SALMON PASTRAMI, TFGO p. 24
  7. FRAGRANT SPRING LAMB, MMCC p. 47
  8. CUCUMBER SALAD, MMCC p. 133
  9. SHAKSHUKA EGGS, TFGO p. 127
  10. RED CABBAGE AND RAISIN SLAW, TFGO p. 49
  11. STANDING RIB ROAST WITH HORSERADISH CRUST, AATF p. 166

SWEET

  1. ALMOND MERINGUE TORTE, NFSS p. 88 (featured image)
  2. PASSOVER CITRUS SPONGE, NFSS p. 117
  3. PASSOVER PEAR CAKE, NFSS p. 57 
  4. CHAROSET ICE CREAM, NFSS p. 242
  5. MATZO KUGEL, TFGO p. 277
  6. FLOURLESS NUT CAKE, TFGO p. 281
  7. CHAROSET BALLS, AATF p. 272
  8. JAM COOKIES, AATF p. 302
  9. ORANGE COMPOTE, MMCC p. 239
  10. CHOC COCONUT MACAROONS, NFSS p. 25
  11. BON VIVANT, NFSS p. 75
  12. DOUBLE CHOCOLATE WALNUT CAKE, NFSS p. 73

VIDEOS

  1. PAULA’S BRISKET WITH ULNYIK
  2. FROZEN LEMON MERINGUE
  3. SIMPLE CHICKEN SOUP AND MATZO BALLS
  4. ALMOND MERINGUE TORTE

 

AND THERE ARE MORE IDEAS RIGHT HERE:

  1. Pesach Recipes PART 1, 2011
  2. Pesach Recipes PART 2, 2014
  3. Pesach Recipes PART 3, 2017
  4. Pesach Recipes PART 4, 2020

 

OUR SEDER FAVOURITES (AND MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT THE ADDITIONS FROM THE NEW BOOK HERE)

CHICKEN SOUP WITH MATZO BALLS TFGO 248
SEPHARDI CHAROSET TFGO 252
GEFILTE FISH TFGO 257
GLAZED BEEF BRISKET AATF 152
PAULA’S BRISKET MMCC 80
SARA’S BRISKET MMCC 66
CHICKEN WITH OLIVES AND CAPERS TFGO 83
CHICKEN WITH SHALLOTS AND HERBS AATF 128
ORANGE AND FENNEL SALMON AATF 117
FRAGRANT SPRING LAMB MMCC 47
ROASTED POTATOES IN SALT AATF 203
ULNYIK MMCC 80
CUCUMBER SALAD MMCC 133
ROASTED CARROTS WITH CHERMOULA AATF 204
ALMOND BREAD MMCC 212
APRICOT PLETZLACH TFGO 291
CHAROSET BALLS AATF 272
COCONUT MACAROONS TFGO 285
JUDY’S PEARS MMCC 179
MIDDLE EASTERN FRUIT COMPOTE TFGO 137
OLIVE OIL CHOCOLATE MOUSSE TFGO 230
ORANGE COMPOTE MMCC 239
CHOCOLATE HAZELNUT CAKE AATF 258
DATE AND CHOCOLATE TORTE TFGO 187
FLOURLESS NUT CAKE TFGO 281
MANDARIN CAKE AATF 264
PRUNE AND CHOC CAKE TFGO 142

 

 

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