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Maror - Bitter Herb Recipes

Maror is a bitter herb eaten during the Passover Seder. From family to family the bitter herb eaten always varies. Some eat horseradish, others eat romaine lettuce or endives. Here are some delicious ways to get horseradish into every meal.

horseradish crusted gefilte fish

Horseradish Gefilte Fish is a great starter to prepare for your passover seder and will let you use all your extra horseradish.


Horseradish is the secret ingredient that makes this Guacamole dish superb!

This Warm Potato Salad with Horseradish Sauce is warm, crispy, creamy and has a hint of heat!

Horseradish Potato Kugel Muffins64

These Horseradish Potato Kugel Muffins have a unique flavor that will surprise your guests!

Horseradish Deviled Eggs

Horseradish Deviled Eggs are both colorful and delicious.

Nut Crusted Salmon

Nut Crusted Salmon with Creamy Chrain Sauce is perfect as a Passover main or a as a starter at your seder. The crunchy nuts and the heat of the chrain are a delicious combination.

Stuffed Endive Boats

These Stuffed Endive Boats are easy to make and the endives are a great replacement for wraps during a Chol Hamoed picnic.

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