The Jewish Passover meal? Well, yes, from certain Christian points-of-view (particularly certain Protestant denominations, but also other branches of Christianity), the dinner that opens the Passover festival is known as the Jewish Passover meal, Jewish Passover feast, Jewish Passover dinner, Jewish Passover supper or the Jewish Passover Seder. So, we've added some Jewish Passover meal recipes to create foods specific to the Passover festival so that non-Jewish surfers who know Passover as the Jewish Passover will be able to locate Jewish Passover meal recipes so that they can create the appropriate foods for the Jewish Passover. For Jewish people, the Jewish Passover meal or feast that opens the Passover festival is simply known as the Passover Seder or Pesach Seder.
Jewish Passover foods have varied according to the availability of ingredients in different geographic locations where one's Jewish ancestors lived in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia in general. Jewish Passover foods created in different locations throughout history have often resembled the food of other inhabitants where Jews lived but Jews usually either added additional ingredients of Jewish symbolic significance and/or created different methods of creating and/or cooking the food.
So without further ado, here are some assorted Jewish Passover meal recipes:
|Banana Date Cake : Banana-Date Seder Cake|
|Chicken Breast with Farfel Stuffing|
|Horseradish and Beet Sauce|
|Lasagna or Lasagne|
|Ragout of Chicken and Spring Vegetables|
|Roasted Chicken with Vegetable Stuffing|
|Sponge Cake : Pineapple-Nut Sponge Cake|
|Zucchini Frittata or Zucchini Fritata|