Recipes for a Passover Feast

Celebrate Passover with these great dishes from Food Network chefs.

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Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls

"Every nationality has some kind of chicken soup. It's one of the simplest meals you can make and almost everyone can find a chicken and some vegetables to cook up a big, satisfying pot of soup for the family. Some people even ascribe magical medicinal qualities to chicken soup, and who am I to disagree? The Greeks have a chicken and lemon soup called avgolemono, Italians make tortellini en brodo, the Vietnamese have pho and, of course, the Chinese make egg drop soup with chicken broth. I grew up on chicken soup with matzo balls, so that's my particular favorite. The broth starts with whole chickens and vegetables, plus fresh herbs like parsley and thyme, an entire head of garlic and lots of salt and pepper. I simmer it away for hours while I futz around the house and make some easy matzo balls. I end up with a rich, delicious soup that will delight everyone on a cold night!" says Ina.

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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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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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Haroset

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

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Flourless Chocolate Cake

This gluten-free cake can be enjoyed at room temperature, but chilling it totally transforms the texture and makes it super-dense.

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Matzo Brei

Matzo brei, best described as a mix between scrambled eggs and Passover-friendly French toast, is a breakfast favorite during Passover (and the rest of the year, too, if we're being honest). Pro tip: Try swapping salt and pepper for cinnamon and sugar to make it even more delicious.

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Chocolate Toffee Matzo Candy

This sweet-and-salty holiday treat made with matzo is so delicious, you'll probably want to make it all year.

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Matzo Ice Cream Sandwiches

These old-school ice cream sandwiches have a secret ingredient: matzo! These sandwiches make the perfect treat for Passover — but they're so good, you might want to have them year-round.

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Matzo Apple Tea Cakes

These simple tea cakes are the perfect post-seder treat, but we won't tell if you make an extra batch for breakfast the next day.

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Spiced Tea Punch

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

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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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Flourless Walnut-Date Cake

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

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Braised Short Ribs

Wolfgang Puck makes these short ribs for a Passover feast.

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Matzo Red Velvet Cake

No one will know that there's no leavening in this cake. For the best texture, be sure to use matzo cake meal (not matzo meal) and kosher potato starch.

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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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