Passover Seder

Passover this year is Tentatively Wednesday April 5, 2023 @ 6:00pm. We will be meeting in the fellowship hall for a group Seder and share the Passover together.This is a special opportunity to commemorate God protecting his people from Plagues in Egypt.


Passover Seder Plate:

Karpas-A vegetable (Parsley) dipped into salt water---Substitute: carrot sticks, celery, or a piece of roasted potato.

Charoset-An apple, grape juice, and nut mixture---Substitute: any combo of sweet fruit, nuts, and honey or agave, even jam.

Maror-A bitter herb (horseradish)---Substitute: romaine lettuce, mustard greens, hot peppers, fresh lemon or ginger.

Chazeret-An inedible bitter herb (horseradish root)---Substitute: a food item you can't eat.

Beitzah - A roasted egg (usually hard boiled in coffee)

Matzah - The unleavened bread (large cracker) used during the Seder---Substitute: many recipes online for how to make this.

The Meal-Recipe Links

They key to any items you fix is there is to be no leven (yeast) as this represents sin. You will also want a main dish. Traditionally this is Lamb...but for Passover 2020 Caribou, Moose, Salmon, Beef, Chicken, or even Turkey will work (but NO Pork). Click on any of the OPTIONAL meal items below.

Creamy Kale Salad

Cucumber Salad

Flourless Walnut Date Cake


Simple Passover Almond Cookies

Roasted Pepper Salad

Matzo Ball & Soup - or you can get a box in the ethnic aisle at Fred Meyer