Deviled Eggs with Pickled Onions
Hard-cooked eggs are a traditional part of the Passover seder. Add a little zing with pickled red onion and garnish with pretty fresh chives.
Roasted Salmon with Dill, Capers, and Horseradish
Horseradish, or bitter herbs, is another staple of the Passover table, though it is delicious year-round. Here, it infuses a side of roasted salmon.
Carrot Soup with Yogurt
A hint of toasted sesame oil lends depth to this velvety soup. Use real baby carrots, not the whittled-down packaged ones, which are lacking in flavor. Garnish with sautéed carrot strips.
Arugula and Golden Beet Salad
Perk up your holiday plate with a simple arugula and fresh beet salad. The thinly sliced beets have just enough crunch and look beautiful.
Roasted Rosemary Fingerling Potatoes
In lieu of rice, pasta, or other starches, simply roasted potatoes are a great all-purpose seder side. The recipe is easy to double depending on the number of guests.
Asparagus with Balsamic Tomatoes
This spring side holds its own without overwhelming the other dishes on the table. You can substitute green beans for the asparagus, if you like.
Honey and Lemon Dip
Keep the sweet treats simple and fun so everyone can enjoy. Serve this dessert dip with fresh strawberries, apple slices, or kosher for Passover cookies.
No-bake, 3 ingredients, and gorgeous. Switch up the toppers depending on what you have on hand: try chopped pistachios and dried apricots or white chocolate chips and dried cherries.