Mediterranean Passover Seder Menu and Other Holiday Recipes

Passover recipes: Beyond the narrow confines of the Seder plate, Haaretz has compiled a series of our best holiday recipes, spanning and revising the heterogeneous customs of Seder

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Chicken breasts with lemon and roasted baby gem lettuce.
Chicken breasts with lemon and roasted baby gem lettuce. Credit: Dan Perez
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Passover 2021 is set to be different from all other years, with families and friends gathering after a year uniquely beset by separation.

The Seder also comes quick on the heels of Israel's fourth election in two years, setting the stage for a bittersweet broigus befitting the festival. Beyond the narrow confines of the Seder plate, Haaretz has compiled a series of our best Passover recipes, spanning and revising the heterogeneous customs of Seder, from the schmaltz pate of eastern Europe, across the Mediterranean to the Sephardi kitchens of Fes.

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