That’s why this year we decided to go the no- (or very low-) fuss route. That means simple dishes, sides that can double as breakfast or brunch, salads that take no more than ten minutes to put together and—the cherry on top—desserts that only look complicated.
And even if you decide to go all-out for the seder, at least here are some quick and easy options to keep the rest of the week manageable. Oh, did we mention that they’re all delicious, too?
Deputy Food editor/Recipe editor, The Washington Post
Cookbook author and illustrator
|Fennel Salad with Celery, Cucumber, Lemon and Pomegranate
Author of 11 cookbooks, including the new King Solomon’s Table
Executive chef, Espita
|Cheesy Matzah Brei Kugel
Ilyse Fishman Lerner
Founder/CEO, On Rye
|Festive Chocolate–Coconut Cake
Israeli TV show host and cookbook author
|Peanut Butter and Jelly Macaroons
Founder, Danny Macaroons
|Double Chocolate Pavlova with Mascarpone Cream and Raspberries
Chef and blogger, Once Upon a Chef