L.E.O. or lox, egg, and onion meets matzo brei in this simple dish you can have for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Jenny Rosenstrach’s Potato Latkes with Fixins
Jenny Rosenstrach’s latke recipe is perfect for a family dinner, but do double or triple the recipe for a party.
Dorie Greenspan’s Chocolate Matzo Morsels
Nothing more than crumbled matzo, dried fruit—raisins or cranberries—and chocolate chips bound together with melted chocolate and butter, Dorie Greenspan’s morsels are crunchy and chewy, a bit salty, a lot chocolatey and the kind of simple sweet that could become one of the things you find yourself craving often.
A spin on her mother’s classic meringues, Leah Koenig’s version dips them in melted chocolate and finely chopped almonds for a treat that satisfies after the seder meal, or anytime.
Softened matzo provides a convincingly noodle-like base for the rich ricotta and mozzarella, tangy marinara, and tender spinach threaded throughout the layers.
Passover Pear Cake
Layered with juicy pears and perfumed with cinnamon, Leah Koenig’s moist and full-bodied cake makes a great Passover dessert, yes, but would be equally welcome any day of the year.