The Seder dinner marks the start of the Jewish holiday, Passover. Typically held at home, Seder dinners are full of tradition….and some delicious food! Set a warm, yet elegant table in shades of gold and simple white centerpieces. Add a personal touch by placing a votive candle with your guest’s names written on a small scroll at each place setting.
The Seder menu is stock full of tradition. Items such as matzo ball soup have been served during this holiday for generations! I found a few recipes on Bon Appetit that give a simple update to a few favorites:
- Frisee and Wild Mushroom Salad with a Poached Egg
- Spring Vegetable and Mini Matzo Ball Soup
- Honey-Glazed Lemon Chicken
- Flourless Chocolate-Orange Almond Cake
These delicious recipes are sure to become new traditions in your family. Tell me, how do you celebrate the holiday?