Spring is almost here! And for many Jewish families, that means it's time to start preparing for the holiday of . Filled with traditions—and, of course, lots of food—Passover is one of the biggest holidays for the Jewish faith. It all starts with a Passover dinner, known as the Seder, and lasts for eight days (or seven, depending on where you live), so there are plenty of opportunities to try some new Passover recipes.
Whether you celebrate Passover yourself or you're a guest, you'll want to know exactly what to expect for the holiday feast. After all, there are traditional foods that make their way to the Seder table every year and others that are typically avoided. But don't worry, we're here to break it all down with recipes for traditional brisket,
First, it's customary to follow kosher guidelines and eliminate any grains that can be leavened from your diet (think: bread, bagels, and even pizza). But don't let the dietary restrictions fool you! Traditional dishes include kugel (a made with potatoes), tzimmes (a roasted vegetable dish made with dried fruits), and like macaroons (a coconut cookie made without any flour). Along with the classics, we've also shared some creative ideas like the quinoa-stuffed squash and the horseradish deviled eggs to add something new to your Seder menu. Just be sure to look for the "kosher for Passover" symbol on all your ingredients and keep in mind our tips for substitutions. Oh, and if you've been invited to someone's Seder as a guest, don't forget to bring a thoughtful like a bottle of !