Cooking for Passover comes with its own unique set of challenges, since chametz (anything containing grain that has come into contact with water and risen) must be avoided at all costs. In addition, Ashkenazim avoid kitniyot (which includes rice, mustard, beans and other legumes), and some do not even cook with matzah, the quintessential Passover food, until the final day of the holiday (here’s why).

Despite these restrictions (or perhaps because of them), Jewish people have developed and carefully passed down an entire body of cherished Passover recipes. Here, we proudly share a melange of old-world classics as well as modern culinary delights.

From our prized collection of charoset recipes and tutorials on how to prep the Seder plate, to our full array of fish and meat dishes, appetizers, desserts, and more, you’re all set to cook all Passover long.

Please note: Any processed food must have a reliable “Kosher for Passover” certification. And while all of the ingredients in these Passover recipes are kosher for Passover, each community has its own customs regarding what to use or not use on Passover.