Passover is within reach and we are all excited to sit together with all the family in front of the table in the Seder.
Whether you host a small Seder, or a crowd of guests,you’re probably going to have plenty of leftovers from the festive meal. So, what are you going to do with them? Well, it can be boring to simply reheat and eat it again.
We've come up with a few great ideas of how to use Passover Seder leftovers in other ways.
1. Haroset yogurt
A great simple and delicious idea of how to use haroset leftovers is making haroset yogurt. All you need is a cup of sour yogurt and mix it in a bowl with a harose spoon and here you have an incredibly delicious fruit yogurt.
2. Mathzah Omelet
You can use the mathzah to make a great mathzah omelet.
Half cup of water
A little salt
A little oil
Crumble in a wide bowl the matzah into small flakes.
Add a little water and pour immediately.
Beat the egg with the water in a bowl. Add the matzah flakes, salt and mix well.
Heat the oil in a pan, pour the mixture and fry on both sides.
3. Gefilte Fish in Tomato Sauce
4 Gefilte Fish Patties Ready
2 tablespoons sweet paprika
2 tablespoons hot paprika
4 tablespoons olive oil
6 cloves of garlic
1 tablespoon ground caraway
1 cup chopped coriander
1 cup chopped onion
Fry onion with olive oil and add the sauce ingredients.
Add a glass of water to qualify the sauce, season with salt and pepper.
Add the Gefilte Fish and cook for another 4 minutes.
4. Leek stuffed with minced meat in mayonnaise sauce
2 leek stalks
1 cup minced meat
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons nuts
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
Cut a leek stalk into 10 cm pieces
Make a groove along it to the middle of the leek and peel for scabs.
Stir in minced meat, chopped nuts, salt and pepper.
Fill the leek skins.
Grease the leek skins with olive oil.
Place in the oven over medium heat for 15 minutes until golden.
Serve with mayonnaise sauce.
5. Potatoes balls with matzah crumbs for Passover
Transfer to the pot an amount of about 3 potatoes, heat a little and add a little oil. Mash the potatoes and season with salt. Sprinkle potato flour on the work surface, take some mashed potatoes and form balls. Dip in egg, then in matzah crumbs and fry until browned from all directions. Transfer to absorbent paper and serve immediately.
6. Quick Chicken Salad
Mix the leftover chicken from the Seder with mayonnaise, chop purple onion, pickle, parsley and red pepper with a vegetable chopper. Add some salt - and you get a quick chicken salad.