We have worked with Sainsbury’s to develop exciting new recipes to spice up your Passover. Here are seven sensational little ideas to give the ancient traditions of Pesach a subtly modern twist:
Jewelled matzah bark
This pretty-as-a-picture snack is dinner party-ready in minutes. A perfect gift for your Seder night host or for anyone really. Children will go mad for it. Click here for the full recipe.
Flourless chocolate cake
This cake is utterly delicious and addictive - the texture of a giant chocolate brownie. Click here for the full recipe.
This recipe — a modern riff on Marcy Goldman’s original caramel matzo crunch — is utterly addictive. It should come with a health warning. Click here for the full recipe.
Tunisian Seder Msoki (beef stew)
Msoki preparation is a family affair - everyone gathers to prepare the vegetables. Click here for the full recipe.
Grilled cheese on matzah is utterly moreish and made in minutes. From there, it was a small step to turn our cheese-laden matzah squares into tortilla-style triangles. Pair them with a bowl of guacamole and you have a speedy sofa snack or instant appetiser for unexpected guests. Click here for the full recipe.
Toblerone-ish meringue cake
The combination of honey, chocolate and almonds gives this indulgent treat the essence of Toblerone. For a crowd double the quantity and bake in two tins.Click here for the full recipe.
Home-made Matzah Granola
Yes, you can make this delicious treat for friends and family – but you can you resist eating it all before you've even finished? Click here for the full recipe.
Explore Sainsbury’s Kosher range at the Sainsbury's site or look for more products in store