Updated techniques and flavors make these gluten-free Passover recipes suitable for anyone’s healthy cooking repertoire, any time of year.
If you're preparing to celebrate Passover, you no doubt have a repertoire of traditional recipes ready to go. But why not mix it up with a few fresh offerings? These recipes will please everyone at the table with healthy ingredients and rich flavors. Bonus: Every recipe is also gluten free.
Jerusalem Artichoke Soup
A satisfying soup for chilly spring evenings. Jerusalem artichokes (also called sunchokes) are sweeter and nuttier than regular potatoes.
Chilled Herb-Poached Salmon with Cucumber Sauce
Poaching is a great cooking method because it locks in moisture without fat. Make this ahead and serve it cold or at room temperature.
The Rabbi's Wife's Brisket
The secret to this delectable brisket is to make it a day before and let it rest overnight in the cooking gravy before reheating and serving.
Black Olive-Sweet Potato Hummus
Sweet potato adds a creamy richness and healthy antioxidants to this unusual hummus. Serve with fresh vegetable crudites.
Foolproof Roast Chicken with Vegetables
This must-have recipe offers endless variations; and it's great with haroset, the traditional Passover side dish.
Rosemary Pecan Cookies
These are made with almond flour rather than wheat flour for a surprisingly sumptuous taste that's less sweet than a typical cookie.