Simple Seder

Our updated Passover menu features roast chicken with lemon, paprika, and sage; spring asparagus, and a salad of endive and smoked salmon

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Simple seder

Roast Lemon Chicken with Shallots and Potatoes

James Carrier

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One of the things that makes a Passover celebration different from all other nights is that it is a time when family, friends, and tradition come together at the table. Whether the seder menu is made up of recipes handed down through generations or innovative twists on family favorites, sharing food and ritual with loved ones is a constant.

Our updated Passover dinner incorporates traditional flavors in a fresh, gracious seasonal dinner. A salad of endive and smoked salmon in a tangy horseradish dressing begins the meal, followed by a roast chicken with lemon, paprika, and sage as the centerpiece. Roasted asparagus with orange peel and cumin is an elegant side dish.

Apples and strawberries baked with a crumbly almond- macaroon topping make a simple, tart-sweet dessert. Best of all, this relaxed menu has all of the elements that busy cooks require every night of the year, with several components that can be made ahead of time.

 

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