April 3 marks the beginning of Passover, and all across the world, Jewish families will be enjoying their favorite Spring eats during Seder. For Pesach, we've gathered 10 kosher recipes for some mouthwatering inspiration, from mashed rutabagas to authentic Carnegie Deli matzo ball soup.
— Additional reporting by Anna Monette Roberts
Bitter Greens Salad
A simple salad of arugula is an easy way to get some traditional bitter greens on the table.
Matzo Ball Soup
This year, make a comforting bowl of matzo ball soup  from the pros at Carnegie Deli.
Salmon gravlax can take several days to cure, but not halibut gravlax , which only requires a day. Serve it as an appetizer with matzo, cream cheese, and dill fronds.
Steamed Carrots With Olive Oil and Lemon
Perfectly steamed carrots with olive oil and lemon juice  make an ideal Spring side dish, especially alongside a meaty main course.
Photo: Camilla Salem
Rosemary-Roasted Leg of Lamb
A large, succulent leg of lamb  roasted over a bed of rosemary is an ideal Passover main course.
For an interesting alternative to potatoes, try mashed rutabagas . If you've never tried a rutabaga, it tastes a little bit like a cross between a cabbage and a turnip.
Low and slow braised brisket  nearly cooks itself and ought to be made in advanced, as it is better reheated the next day.
A comforting dish of matzo brei is a Passover must! For a nontraditional approach, try this version with lox, eggs, and onions .
Coconut macaroons  are a classic Passover dessert. Whip up a batch and add kosher chocolate chips, if you'd like.
Chocolate-Covered Almond Matzo Toffee
Matzo might have been difficult to nosh on — until now. Family will tear through a platter of this chocolate-covered almond matzo toffee  in no time.