Silver Dollar Black-Eyed Pea Cakes
If you want to try to eat your way to luck this year, try this take traditional Southern black-eyed peas and collard greens.
Carrot Ginger Souffle
More like a crisp with a sweet cinnamon-spiced cornflake crust than a true soufflé, this dish is one that both adults and children will adore.
Warm Artichoke-Spinach Gratin
Serve with cream dish as a dip with baguette slices, crudités or flatbread.
Miso Lemon Broiled Mushrooms
These mushrooms are infused with the flavor of mellow sweet-salty white miso.
Chilled Watermelon Gazpacho
This dish is full healthy fruits and vegetables, making it a unique and flavorful side dish.
Brown Rice with Lemon, Chickpeas and Feta Cheese
Serve this savory rice over mixed greens or as a side dish. It also works well as a stuffing for pita bread.
Basmati Rice with Cilantro and Lime
Use basil or oregano in place of cilantro if you prefer. This rice make a great base for grilled tofu.
Garlic Spinach with Pine Nuts
Enjoy this as a side dish or use it as a nest for grilled vegetables, tofu or tempeh.
Sunshine South Florida Haroset
Not your typical Passover chopped apple recipe, this dish uses bags of premixed sun-dried fruits, including apples, apricots, prunes and mangos.
Spice Market Chickpea and Spinach Ragout
An intensely spiced side dish for the Passover meal stars chickpeas (garbanzos) and sprinach.
Moroccan Roast Eggplant
Ancient Jewish cultures of Morocco, Tunisia, Spain, Italy and Portugal offer intense spice-laden dishes that add panache to any Passover table.