What does the Passover Meal consist of?

Passover Meal

The Passover Meal or Shulchan Orech comes in the middle of Seder.

Each family may follow their own traditions but below are a few common food choices for a Passover meal.

1) Gefilte Fish - White colored, usualy eaten with horseradish and cooked carrots

2) Matzah Ball Soup - Chicken broth with Matzah Balls. Some people add chicken and vegetables.

3) Beef Brisket

4) Roasted Turkey

5) String Beans, Carrots

6) Kishka

7) Israeli Salad

Depending on the traditions being followed, some Jews will eat Kitniyot or legumes during the Passover holiday.

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