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Passover Prep: Delicious Seafood Recipes For Your Holiday Feast

It’s almost time, Seafoodies! 

As Passover approaches, many individuals and families are preparing their kitchens and planning their kosher-for-Passover meals. 

While Passover observance traditionally includes avoiding leavened foods made of grain (like bread, cereal and pasta) for eight days, fish is a versatile and flavorful food that’s Passover friendly. That’s a win-win for those who keep kosher for Passover!

One classic Passover dish is grilled or roasted fish, like our sheet pan salmon recipe or wild Alaska pollock en papillote. (link recipes here) Simply season your favorite fish with olive oil, herbs, spices and citrus for a satisfying kosher for Passover meal or anytime.

Other delicious kosher for Passover meal ideas include Mediterranean tuna skewers or an everything lox omelet (link recipes here). These dishes offer a fun and creative twist on favorite fish dishes and perfect for sharing with family and friends during the eight days of Passover.

For a kosher for Passover dish that’s easy to prep ahead of time—think seafood dip. Serve savory smoked salmon or trout dip (link recipes here) alongside vegetable crudites and kosher for Passover Matzo crackers for a complete and Passover-approved appetizer or snack that’s sure to please.

Whether you’re observing Passover or simply looking for creative meal ideas, including these seafood recipes in your spring celebration menu is a delicious way to add protein and other important nutrients to the table.

Chag Pesach Sameach!

Spicy Sheet-Pan Salmon 

With a perfect balance of heat and zest, this dish promises to tantalize your taste buds and make Passover prep a breeze.

Wild Alaska Pollock en Papillote with Chimichurri Sauce

Cooking en papillote (in a pouch) is simple: it’s like steaming without the steamer! These easy-prep packets are packed with flaky white fish, bright red cherry tomatoes, and a vibrant chimichurri sauce.

Everything Lox Omelet

Start your Passover morning on a delicious note! Featuring classic lox and the comforting taste of an everything bagel (while keeping kosher for Passover), this omelet is flavorful and satisfying.

Smoked Salmon Dip

Smoked Salmon Dip

Creamy and filling—salmon dip is an exceptional addition to your Passover table, just pair it with veggies and kosher for Passover crackers for a delicious snack, appetizer or light meal.

Smoked Trout Dip

Smoked Trout Dip

Your family will flip for our smoked trout dip—a savory treat that is easy to make, easy to store and easy to eat!

Easy Air Fryer Salmon

For a hassle-free dish that’s even better when shared with family and friends, simplify your Passover dinner plans with the addition of air fryer salmon.

Grilled Halibut with Walnut Pesto

We’re using mild halibut in this recipe, but you can substitute any firm-fleshed white fish. All it needs is a light seasoning and a spritz of olive oil before hitting the grill.

Mediterranean Tuna Skewers

The tuna and veggie combination possibilities are endless! Serve with steamed or mashed potatoes to round out your kosher for Passover menu.

One-Pan Mediterranean Salmon

One-Pan Mediterranean Salmon

After Passover, don’t be surprised if this simple one-pan meal makes it into your regular family dinner rotation!

Sheet Pan Cod & Vegetables with Smashed Tomatoes and Feta

Cod is mouthwatering on its own, but add in a few briny olives, tomatoes and a squeeze of lemon for an extra infusion of Mediterranean flavor!

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