Passover 2023

Passover is right around the corner. Passover will start on Wednesday April 5 through Evening of April 13 this year. It’s a great time to sit down with family and friends and celebrate. First Seder is April 5 and the second Seder is April 6. It’s a holiday commemorating the emancipation of Jewish people from slavery in ancient Egypt.

There are many traditional foods during Passover and I will share my recipes with you. Everyone has special foods and traditions that they like to follow. Certain foods are always expected on the table along with a new one here and there. Traditionally Charoset, Gefilte Fish, and Matzo Ball Soup are on the table . Brisket or Chicken with a multitude of side dishes.

If you do observe Passover, I hope you have a wonderful Holiday and I hope you enjoy these recipes.

I will be posting my favorite tried and true recipes for the rest of the week — any questions you can email me or DM me on Instagram or FB. I will be as helpful as I can be.

Enjoy and Happy Pesach!

This is a list of some of the recipes I will be posting. If you’re interested in any of them you can go to and put the name of the recipe in the search box. You can also just google the recipe along with cooking with Candi that always works. As I said starting tomorrow I will be posting some of these wonderful recipes.

These are some of my go-to’s and all recipes are @cookingwithcandi

Homemade Chicken Soup with no Homemade Matzoh Balls

Traditional Ashkenazi Charoset

Passover Popovers

Slow Cooked Brisket

Happy New Year Brisket

Un-Stuffed Cabbage — one of my personal favorites in place of Sweet and Sour Meatballs and it cooks on the stovetop so it frees up the oven !

Grandma Regina’s Farfel–My Grandma Regina lives on through this recipe and it is always on our Seder Table — it’s a little tricky to make but totally worth the effort

Honey Roasted Chicken

Chicken Marbella-– we love this Silver Palate staple and it is almost always on our seder table

Old School Meatballs–Sweet and Sour and delicious also made on the stovetop so frees up the oven

Apricot Honey Mustard Chicken

Peach Farfel-– a must — just ask anyone who’s ever made it

Bree’s slow cooked skirt steaks— I sometimes make this in place of Brisket– using the slow cooker for the steak or the brisket frees up your oven for other items

Karyn’s Cranberry Apple Crisp for Passover — a must have for every table — made especially for Passover and you can make it for dessert if you prefer!

Judy’s Apple Matzoh Kugel for Passover

Sweet Matzoh Pudding

Spinach Soufflé for Passover–so very easy and it’s vegetarian but it contains dairy so if you’re kosher this won’t work for you

Passover Cobbler

My Favorite Macaroons — Traditional Style for Passover and always on my table

Julie’s Brownies for Passover

Chocolate Bark Surprise

Marcy’s Matzoh Crunch Candy— super delicious and easy to make and very addictive — a most amazing Passover Dessert

Meringue Cookies

Ellen’s Passover Apple Cake

Matzoh Brei

Enjoy! and watch for my recipes but feel free to peek ahead and look at them.

7 responses to “Passover 2023

  1. carolyn e borske

    Am unable to get the recipes. I think there is something wrong with the links.

  2. Diane A Darling

    Candi, I have been asked to bring a flourless chocolate cake to Passover. Do you have a recipe for that? Diane

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