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Mixing Bowl: Last Minute Passover Ideas

By Devra Ferst

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If you are hosting Seder, you’re probably already deep into hours in your kitchen. But if you’re still looking for some Passover recipes, for Seder and the week ahead, we’ve got you covered. And if you’re panicking about your Seder, take a look at The Daily Meal’s Kitchen Solutions.

These Greek zucchini fritters with feta and tzatziki sound positively delicious and spring like. [Serious Eats]

Dahi Ke Aloo, an Indian potato and yogurt soup would be a nice change from the Passover classics. [The Daily meal]

The matzo ball soup recipes seem endless. Chef Einat Admony offers up a Persian one, while Joe Dobias makes a Mexican rendition. [Serious Eats]; [Village Voice]

10 actually delicious Passover dessert recipes including burnt caramel pudding and pine nut rosemary brittle. [Food 52]

Turkey is the Easter Ham of Passover, so says one editor — it makes for a great meal, leftovers and soup base. [Food and Wine]


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