Recipes for a Passover Feast

Celebrate Passover with these great dishes from Food Network chefs.

Photo By: Jonny Valiant ©2010, Jonny Valiant

Photo By: Jonny Valiant ©2010, Jonny Valiant

Photo By: Jonny Valiant ©2010, Jonny Valiant

Roast Turkey Breast With Glazed Vegetables

Sweet potatoes, turnips, fennel and onions are coated in a sweet honey mixture and roasted along with the turkey.

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Spiced Tea Punch

Cinnamon-spiced iced apple tea makes the perfect springtime sip.

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Flourless Walnut-Date Cake

This crunchy fruit and nut flourless cake is a rich, moist Passover treat.

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Roasted Capon With Quinoa-Olive Stuffing

Capon is a type of fatty rooster, but you can make this dish with any large roasting chicken.

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Haroset

Mix together apples, pistachios and dates for a sweet Passover relish.

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Roasted Carrots With Za'atar

Za'atar is a Middle Eastern spice blend made with toasted sesame seeds, thyme, marjoram and sumac.

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Braised Short Ribs

Wolfgang Puck makes these short ribs for a Passover feast.

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Lemon Sponge Cake With Glazed Strawberries

This lemon cake swaps flour for matzo cake meal and ground almonds.

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A Lighter Passover Feast

During Passover week, most starches are forbidden, including wheat, rice, corn and even high fructose corn syrup. It’s the closest I’ll ever get to a carb-free diet! Of course, not all Passover classics are lighter fare, but here are some versions of traditional favorites I plan to serve.