If you’re looking to enjoy some comfort food over the Jewish holidays, try one of these Passover chicken recipes.
Whether you’re craving something more traditional, like matzo ball soup, or something zesty, like coconut lime chicken, you’ll find it below.
These recipes are all Passover-friendly, but they’re so delicious you’ll crave them all the time.
You’ll even learn new ways to use matzo meal.
For instance, did you know you can use this Kosher flour to make sweet and sour chicken that holds up to Chinese takeout standards?
Interested in learning more? Check out this list of Passover chicken recipes to get inspired.
You’ll fall in love with this ultra-succulent schnitzel recipe.
Swapping out breadcrumbs for almond flour and matzo meal makes this dish Passover-friendly.
Each bite has the most amazing crunch, followed by tender chicken that melts in your mouth.
Are you craving some traditional Passover fare? Make yourself a big batch of heartwarming matzo ball soup.
Also known as Jewish penicillin, this soup tastes especially good if you have a cold coming.
You create this recipe by combining homemade matzo balls with soft veggies and a soothing broth.
It’s a big bowl of warmhearted comfort.
Bright, herbal, and zingy, this chicken recipe is a great way to ring in the spring season.
While it’s perfect for Passover, this dish works all year round, especially if you’re looking for some reprieve during cold, rainy days.
Each piece of chicken soaks up the mouthwatering sauce full of white wine, shallots, lemon, and fresh herbs.
You know every bite will be a good one.
This chicken recipe is so simple, yet the flavor reaches fine dining-level standards.
You season the chicken with Herbs de Provence, which cranks the aromatics up a notch.
After cooking in a base of olive oil, fresh tomatoes, and white wine, this chicken is ready to make your Passover memorable.
Chicken, almonds, and figs in the same bite? This recipe makes this unlikely trio a divine combination.
The lemon adds a lovely touch of acidity to the chicken, balanced out by the subtle sweetness of figs.
You also add cinnamon and allspice to create even more tasty layers to this dish.
After one chomp out of this tasty chicken, your tastebuds will be singing all Passover long.
You dress up plain chicken and cauliflower with Za’atar, a Middle-Eastern spice blend consisting of dried oregano, thyme, sumac, and marjoram.
Since this spice is so pungent, you don’t really need anything else except for shallots, garlic, and salt.
It’s simple, yet so utterly delicious, and comes together quickly.
Make your Passover a little easier by making this one-pan chicken Marbella.
Ten minutes of prep time go into making this crowd-pleasing recipe, and the results are incredible.
Sweet, sticky, and salty flavors pack a powerful punch on your palate, brightened by the fresh cilantro garnish.
Make this hearty Italian stew for the next upcoming Passover, I promise you won’t regret it.
Chicken provides a blank canvas for soaking up mouthwatering flavors of tomato sauce, fresh herbs, and seasonings.
The veggies like bell pepper, celery, carrot, and mushrooms help bulk up this stew while adding nutrition.
Together, this stew is a home run in every bite.
Most sweet-and-sour chicken recipes use flour to create a crispy coating, but not this one.
This Passover-friendly comfort food uses matzo meal to create a tasty, crunchy exterior that holds up to the mouthwatering glaze.
Each piece contains the right amount of sweet, tart, and tangy flavors.
This recipe is easy to follow and the results are definitely worth it.
Are you craving takeout during the Jewish holidays? Make this recipe instead.
Not only is it Passover-friendly, but it’s also healthier than the version you’d find in the restaurant.
Ginger, soy sauce, and sesame oil mingle with the likes of Mirin and Gochujang, adding a ton of flavor which the chicken soaks up to perfection.
Even the Swiss chard, normally a bitter green, turns into the tastiest accompaniment to the main course.
Apricot jam, lemon, and Dijon mustard is a magical trio that creates a wonderfully-seasoned chicken.
The only thing better than the flavor is the insanely easy prep work.
Just place everything into a baking dish and toss it in the oven. How does it get any easier than that?
Looking for an easy Passover meal that’s ready in 30? Check out this delicious tomato chicken.
The bright, herba-licious flavors will have you looking forward to the summer ahead.
It’s so simple to whip up this chicken. Just brown the meat, cook the tomato mixture, and you’re done!
You won’t even need to grab a second pan, making the extra cleanup easy-peasy.
Are you looking for a Passover dish that’s a little different from the traditional Jewish fare?
This coconut lime chicken will become an instant hit in your household.
Perfectly-cooked chicken bathes in a creamy coconut sauce, seasoned with cilantro, lime, and garlic for extra flavor in every mouthful.
The Crockpot is the easiest way to get delicious, moist chicken without spending much effort.
If you’re having guests over for Passover dinner, save yourself the cooking and enlist the help of this kitchen gadget wonder.
This recipe helps you create a succulent, well-seasoned chicken that makes a great base for other recipes.
Make a big batch of this chicken and use leftovers for work lunches and quick dinners throughout the week. How easy is that?
Keep your Passover meal plan easy with these chicken and veggie foil packets.
This recipe keeps it super simple.
Just wrap chicken cubes, chopped veggies, olive oil, and seasoning in foil, place the packets on a baking sheet, and let the oven do its thing.
In just 20 minutes, you’ll have an inviting, aromatic meal waiting for you.
Cilantro and lime turn ordinary chicken thighs into something magical.
You can have this decadent recipe whipped up in no time, and the results will blow you away.
Expect super moist chicken with bright herbal flavors, thanks to the cilantro-infused marinade.
This recipe is a classic Passover staple that you must try.
Cranberry, onions, and soup mix combine to create a sweet and savory flavor, absorbed by the chicken thighs.
This recipe is dead simple to make, with four ingredients total.
This sheet pan Harissa chicken gives you a lot to be excited about.
It’s a delicious combination of roasted lemon slices, soft sweet potatoes, and olives.
There’s also a smoky Harissa sauce that makes everything taste warm and spicy.
Or is it the fact that this incredible meal uses just one sheet pan? Make this recipe and decide for yourself.
Honey and mustard has to be one of the best dynamic duos out there.
Sweet, tangy, and savory all at once, it’s a combination that’s a surefire treat for the tastebuds.
In this recipe, chicken makes the best blank slate for these flavors to shine, with an unbelievably moist texture that makes you crave more.
Nothing beats a whole roasted chicken.
While it might seem intimidating to make, it’s actually a lot easier than you may think.
All you need is a whole chicken and a handful of seasonings you probably have in your pantry as you read this.
After a round of roasting and basting, this chicken comes out with crispy skin and tender meat that melts in your mouth.
This oven-baked BBQ chicken is the ideal weeknight meal.
It’s filling, easy to make, and has a huge pay-off in the flavor department.
Four simple ingredients create these well-seasoned thighs, and each nibble melts in your mouth with sweet and smoky deliciousness.
I can’t think of an easier meal than chicken and peppers. It’s healthy, affordable, and best of all, super tasty.
You don’t need a lot of ingredients because the balsamic vinegar infuses so much flavor into the bell peppers and chicken.
Combined with the onion, garlic, and basil, you’re in for one satisfying meal.
Just because you can’t eat bread or flour doesn’t mean you can enjoy this classic comfort food.
You create the batter using potato starch, Passover baking powder, and seasonings, which combine to make a crispy crust.
You can have these nuggets made in 20 minutes, making them perfect for Passover weeknights.
Citrus and chicken are a dynamic duo that should be more celebrated.
This culinary masterpiece starts with a citrus marinade, brightened up with some fresh orange and lemon juice.
After whipping up this zippy sauce, let your chicken marinate for 2 hours to let the flavors soak in.
The chicken takes an hour to cook, but after it’s all said and done, you’ll be treated to a robustly-flavored main entree.
Passover or not, I can’t imagine a more comforting meal than this chicken recipe.
Seared chicken, butter-infused mushrooms, and an ultra-rich cream sauce? Where do I sign up?
Don’t skimp on the parsley garnish, which takes this recipe over the edge.
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