The Jewish holiday of Passover
celebrates freedom and the start of spring, plus for those who observe it, it also means going eight days without certain grains and leavened foods (which can be a challenge when trying to keep variety in the menu). If you get tired of matzah and jam by day two, turn to these recipes—which include a smoked trout dinner salad, chocolatey brownies and over-the-top matzah pizzas—to satiate cravings all week long.
Smoked trout salad with horseradish
This salad with smoked trout, fennel and potatoes would make a perfect seder side dish or a light mid-week dinner. Get this smoked trout salad with horseradish recipe.
Watch: How to prepare fennel (for our smoked trout salad)
This piece was originally published in 2018 and updated in 2023.