5 Full Menu Ideas for Passover {Classic, Modern, Dairy, Vegan & Superfood}

Photo Credit: Passover Seder Plate 5771 by Edsel Little. Licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.0
If at any point you have felt like me a few years ago (overwhelmed and with no idea what to cook), you are in the right place my friend, because here we have put together for you 5 menus ideas to cover all your Pesah needs, whether you love the classics, or you love dairy or you are vegan or are into superfoods, we got you covered.  Each menu has 1 haroset recipe, 5 entrees, 3 main dishes, 5 sides dishes and 5 sweet treats. 
 
Since we are Sepharadim, we included some recipes with kitniot but, don’t panic; almost all recipes are grain free anyways.
 


Sephardic Haroset

Entrees
Chicken Soup
Roasted Beets, Kale & Almond Salad
Roasted Asparagus, Avocado & Arugula Salad
Fatoush Salad with Toasted Masoth
Crunchy Pickled Salad

Main

Roasted Beef with Onions

Sides
Arborio & Zuchinni Stuffed Tomatoes
Roasted Sweet Mini Peppers & Asparagus
Vegetables Masoth Pie
Balsamic Roasted Carrots
Roasted Fingerlings Potatoes with Preserved Lemons


Sweet Treats

Chocolate Brownie Cookies
Coconut Pavlova With Chocolate Pudding & Caramel Sauce
Dark Chocolate Dipped Macaroons
Persian Walnuts Cookies
Amaretto-Olive Oil Cake 

 

 

Apricots, Dates & Pistachios Haroset

Entrees
Spinach Salad With Toasted Pepitas and Creamy Dressing
Simple Tomato & Onion Salad With Vincotto Dressing
Frissé & Wild Mushrooms Salad

Main
Coffee Braised Brisket With Potatoes and Carrots
Spinach Cilantro Meatballs
Roasted Chicken
Haroset Braised Short Ribs

Sides
Harissa & Maple Roasted Carrots
Spiral Cinnamon & Sugar Sweet Potatoes
Quinoa Mujadara
Asparagus With Citrus & Oregano
Beet Tartare


Sweet Treats
Coconut Custard with Strawberry-Rhubarb Compote
Olive Oil Dark Chocolate Mousse
Pears Baked in Marsala
Dark Chocolate Fruit Candies
Almond-Macaroon Torte With Orange Compote & Chocolate Dressing




Syrian Style Haroset

Entrees
Butter Bean Soup
Green Beans, Beets & Pistachios Salad
Stuffed Figs With Goat Cheese
Crunchy Pickled Salad
Hummus Sirracha Deviled Eggs

Mains:
Grilled Side of Wild Salmon
Eggplant Involtini With Feta
Mushrooms Meatballs

Sides
Horseradish Potato Gratin
Balsamic Roasted Carrots
Tomato-Pesto Tart With Cauliflower Crust
Quinoa Mujadara
Apple & Poppy Seeds Coleslaw

 

Sweet Treats
Flourless Chocolate Cake
Espresso Truffles
Almond Thumbprint Cookies 
Lemon Pudding With Strawberries and Meringue Cigars
Caramel Custard


Apricots, Dates & Pistachios Haroset

 

Entree
Curried Vegetables Stew
Cucumber and Radish Salad
Carrot Beets & Sesame Salad
Red Lentils Hummus with Veggie Sticks
Spring Greens with Orange-Fennel Vinaigrette
 (This vinaigrette contains honey that is not vegan, but you can easily use maple syrup instead 🙂 )
Middle Eastern Okra


Main
Chickpea-Lentils Meatloaf  (This Recipe contains Gluten Free breadcrumbs that are NOT kasher lePesah. Use Matzo meal for all your breadcrumbs needs here ;))
Spicy Smoky Ratatouille
Baked Portobello Mushrooms With Spinach

Sides
Roasted Fingerlings Potatoes with Preserved Lemons
Asparagus and Green Beans Sauté
Braised Baby Artichokes with Red Peppers and Garlic
Tandoori Roasted Cauliflower with Almond Butter  (The link for the Tandoori Seasoning in this post doesn’t exist but you can use this recipe instead)
Flourless & Vegan Vegetables Quiche

Sweet Treats

 

 

Apricots, Dates & Pistachios Haroset


Entrees
Cleansing Soup
All Green Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette
Israeli Salad
Shaved Carrots & Radish Salad with Pumpkin Seeds
Sweet Potatoes & Green Beans Salad with Maple-Mustard Dressing

Main
Grilled Snapper With Olives Topping
Baked Portobello Mushrooms With Spinach
Rosemary-Maple Roasted Chicken


Sides
Quinoa with dried cherries and almonds
Veggies Pack Paleo Quiche
Beet Bowls Salad
Roasted Baby Potatoes with Capers & Rosemary
Turmeric Lemon Rice

Sweet Treats
Flourless Almond Cookies with Cardamon and Pistachios
Raw Golden Cheesecake
Chocolate Avocado Ice Cream
Cinnamon Raisins Biscotti
Chocolate Avocado Brownies

We hope you found some inspiration or maybe a full menu for your very own Haggadah Dinner.

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