Another popular Passover food is gefilte fish. This traditional dish is made from a mixture of ground fish (usually carp, pike, or whitefish) and other ingredients such as onions, carrots, and matzo meal. The mixture is then formed into balls or patties and cooked in a fish stock. Gefilte fish is often served cold as an appetizer and is a staple of Passover meals.
Charoset is a sweet Passover dish that is made from chopped nuts, apples, cinnamon, and wine. Charoset is typically served on a piece of matzo and is a delicious and meaningful addition to any Passover meal. For dessert, many Jewish families enjoy matzo meal-based treats such as macaroons and sponge cakes. These sweet treats are a great way to end a Passover meal and are often served with coffee or tea.