Matzo Ball Soup

Matzo Ball Soup
The most classic, and perhaps most beloved, of all Passover dishes, matzo ball soup is usually served at the beginning of the seder meal. While the texture of the matzo balls can vary from firm and chewy to light and airy, the chicken soup they're cooked in is always simple: a pure, comforting broth with only a few carrots or a sprinkling of herbs added to it. See this Recipe
André Baranowski

This classic Passover recipe is served as the first course of the seder meal in Jewish homes all around the world. This version comes from Renee Renner, a home cook in the Bronx, New York, who adds seltzer to the matzo balls to ensure that they turn out light and airy.