RM Dinner Club – Easter & Passover dinner ideas

With Passover and Easter upon us, here are few tips and ideas to help prepare you for either holiday. I also have a few of my favorites –  linguine with sardines, fish pie, and a yummy asian dumpling soup.

All the recipes below have been tried and tested by myself or a RebelMom reader. They don’t require expensive ingredients or take more than 30 minutes.

Check back next Friday for more meal ideas from RebelMom and the amazing mommies and readers who support this site.

*Click on the titles to access the recipes

Passover Meal Planning Tips from Wine to Recipes – Epicurious – RebelMom!
I have not had the opportunity to experience a traditional Passover meal, but I’ve been told that Epicurious has tips and tricks on how to prepare the perfect dinner. The site has great table setting ideas, along with wine paring suggestions.

Passover Meal Ideas from Epicurious.com

Easter Menus – Bon Appetit – RebelMom!
I’m fortunate to have a mother-in-law who can will be creating an incredible spread this Easter holiday.  For those of you who will be braving it alone, check out Bon Appetit for traditional as well as new menu ideas for this Easter holiday. I love the Greek menu!

Easter Dinner Ideas from Bon Appetit

Linguine with Sardines, Fennel & Tomato – Food52.com – RebelMom!
I ate a dish like this is Positano, Italy in 2003 and I’ve been dreaming about it ever since. I substituted the sardines for a small jar of anchovies and used Panko crumbs instead of bread crumbs. I also used a smidgen more red pepper flakes for a bit more heat.

Linguine with Sardines from Food52.com


Fish Pie from Jamie Oliver – RebelMom!
This recipe is very simple and tastes delish. I added a a cup and half of frozen mixed veggies and replaced the haddock with cod (or any other white fish).  I also added a quarter cup of milk.

fish pie

Fish Pie by Jamie Oliver - Photo by David Loftus

Quick & Easy Chinese Dumpling Soup Recipe from Soup Chick – RebelMom!
Easy peasy. You can experiment with a thousand variations of this recipe… I’ve used miso broth and veggie broth and added a dash of sesame oil, rice vinegar, fish sauce, and the list goes on.  Throw in some peas, grated carrot, or asparagus tips. You really can’t go wrong with this recipe. I generally use frozen asian dumplings, but you can make your own with frozen wonton wraps.

Quick & Easy Dumpling Soup from Soup Chick

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