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Aunt Sue's Chocolate Meringue Cookies (Tim Fraser for The Globe and Mail)
Aunt Sue's Chocolate Meringue Cookies (Tim Fraser for The Globe and Mail)

12 Passover recipes guests will love Add to ...

Preparing a Passover meal for a large group don't have to be stressful. These recipes from the Globe's archives are tasty and simple to make.

Stuffed roast chicken with helzel stuffing:This recipe is adapted from a kosher restaurant in Glasgow back in the '30s. It's simple and delicious and will have your guests asking for second helpings.

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The ultimate brisket: You'll need to cook this for six hours, but trust us — the wait is worth it.

Roasted cauliflower kugel: The dill and honey in this recipe add an extra kick to this great side dish for your Passover meal.

Carrot, ginger and coriander soup: This soup is the perfect if you want to stray from the traditional matzo ball dish. It has a delicious bold flavour your guests will love. 

Asparagus with mushrooms: A  beautiful and delicious mix between a salad and warm appetizer.  Serve as a first course or side dish for your Passover dinner.

Sweet and sour salmon: To add some kick to your Passover meal, try this salmon — the fennel seeds and bay leaves give the fish a great flavour.

Slow-braised chicken with grapes: Grapes give the chicken a great flavour.

Poached salmon with egg and lemon sauce: Substitute the traditional gefilte fish for poached salmon. It's easier to make, and the lemon sauce is finger-looking good.

Raspberry semifreddo: For dessert, impress guests with this sophisticated (and creamy) raspberry semifreddo. It freezes quite well so leftovers can be saved easily.

Chocolate meringue cookies: These crispy-on-the-outside, gooey-on-the-inside cookies will melt in your mouth. They are the perfect Passover dessert for both kids and adults.

The best gluten-free lemon loaf: This decadent lemon loaf will be the star of your Passover meal. It's everything a dessert should be — rich, tart and scrumptious.

Apricot jelly roll: This tasty dessert is served with whipped cream and is so good, you won't just make it a Passover treat.

 

 

 

 

 

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