Passover Side Dishes
Perfect Baked Potatoes (Dairy)
We used to prepare baked potatoes in the microwave. But we’ve discovered that baked potatoes are much tastier when slowly baked in the oven. Simply, wash and dry, puncture with a fork, rub olive oil and salt all around, and slowly bake in the oven. Serve with a green salad for a lite, but satiating meal.
Adina's Sweet Potatoes (Parve, Passover)
This is a delicious, sweet, parve side dish to serve on Passover. Adina's Sweet Potatoes are also easy to make. I cut the potatoes, and my kids mix the sauce and pour it over the potatoes. After baking the potatoes, we all enjoy eating them together, usually with chicken or turkey.
Apple Kugel (Parve, Passover)
Something about the bland and heavy feeling of Passover food makes Apple Kugel (Parve, Passover) a welcome Pesach dish.
Colorful Cauliflower (Parve, Passover)
My neighbor served this Colorful Cauliflower dish on Friday night, and it has become a staple on my Sabbath table ever since. I added a bit more onion and garlic powder to the recipe.
Miriam's Red Cabbage (Parve, Passover)
It is important to include Passover recipes that contain vegetables and fruit in your Passover menu, as they balance all the heavy egg and matzo Passover dishes eaten during the holiday week. Miriam's Red Cabbage can be made several days in advance, refrigerated and reheated. Thus, this delicious and pareve vegetable dish is good for body and soul!
Oven Roasted Asparagus (Parve, Passover)
Oven Roasted Asparagus is the perfect side dish for any Sabbath or Jewish holiday meal. It is easy to make, and the color and taste complement meat main dishes.
Parve Mashed Potatoes (Parve)
Mashed potatoes go so well with Thanksgiving turkey and gravy, but most mashed potatoes recipes contain butter, milk or cream. A menu consisting of both turkey meat and dairy products is a problem for kosher observant. This Parve Mashed Potato recipe is the solution. Now you can enjoy a kosher Thanksgiving meal with traditional turkey and non-dairy mashed potatoes.
Passover Noodles (Parve, Passover)
If you have a pre-teen in the house, this is a great recipe to let them prepare for the Passover Seder. My teen puts on the music and stands for hours happily making kosher for Passover blintzes which we later cut into strips for these noodles.
Potato Kugel with Mushrooms (Parve, Passover)
The layer of mushrooms and onions in the middle adds a festive touch to this pareve, kosher-for-Passover Potato Kugel.
Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Beets (Parve, Passover)
This Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Beets recipe comes from Tamar Ansh's wonderful Kosher for Passover cookbook, A Taste of Tradition: Pesach - Anything's Possible! This parve vegetable side dish is healthy, simple to make, special to serve, and complementary to any meat, poultry, fish or vegetarian main dish served for the Passover Seder meal.
Spinach Kugel (Pareve, Passover)
This Spinach Kugel is the perfect dish to serve for Sabbath meals during the week of Passover.
Passover Spinach Noodle Kugel
This Gluten-Free, Kosher-for-Passover Spinach Noodle Kugel will wow everyone at your Seder meal. Your family will also be happy to have this kugel throughout Passover week. The best thing about this kugel is that it doesn't taste like a Passover dish. The fresh spinach and onions give this kugel an old-fashioned, wholesome taste, and the fresh...
Twice Baked Potato Casserole (Pareve, Passover)
This is a great recipe for Passover eve, as it contains no matzo or matzo products, and for the week of Passover, as it contains no flour. But this Twice Baked Potato Casserole is delicious year round too!
Vegetable Kugel for Passover (Pareve, Passover)
Looking for a healthy, delicious Passover side dish that is relatively easy to prepare? This delicious Vegetable Kugel contains grated carrots, zucchini, celery, potatoes, onion and garlic mixed with eggs, oil, potato starch and spices. Given that Passover food tends to be heavy, the more vegetables used in Passover cooking, the better.
About.com Cooking for Kids: Roasted Cauliflower
Stephanie Gallagher, About.com Guide to Cooking with Kids, writes "This roasted cauliflower recipe is always a hit, because roasting brings out cauliflower's natural sweetness. Lemon juice adds a bit of zing to this recipe, balancing out the mellow garlic and cauliflower combination."
About.com Cooking for Kids: Passover Kugel (Parve)
Stephanie Gallagher, About.com Guide to Cooking with Kids, offers this easy-to-prepare, great tasting parve Passover kugel recipes. The kugel consists primarily of carrots, apples, potatoes, matzo meal and eggs.
About.com Dairy Free Cooking: Sweet Coconut Kugel
Ashley Skabar, About.com Guide to Dairy Free Cooking, has posted this rich, sweet Passover kugel recipe. Make sure to use Kosher for Passover noodles. Note the recipe does not contain milk or soy products.
About.com Dairy Free Cooking: Sweet Kugel
Ashley Skabar, About.com Guide to Dairy Free Cooking, has posted this parve, kosher for Passover kugel. Make sure to use Kosher for Passover noodles. Note that the recipe uses soy, so it is only kosher for those who eat kitniyot on the holiday.
DLife.com: Confetti Vegetable Kugel
This colorful, delicious, healthy kugel comes from MealLeaniYumm! 800 Fast, Fabulous & Healthy Recipes by Norene Gilletz. It is easy to make, and can be made in advance and frozen.