I am in a pickle. Due to an unforeseen convergence of work crises and travel for a family event next weekend, I have practically zero time to prepare for the Passover Seder I'll be hosting.
I know I'll be making (and freezing) brisket next week. But beyond that I am in a panic.
Does anyone have any easy, go-to recipes for Passover sides, like a veggie kugel or some sort of potato dish that I can make 5 or so days before serving? How far in advance can I make charoseth and hard-boiled eggs without poisoning my guests? I'm looking for every possible shortcut.
Many thanks in advance. This is my favorite holiday to prepare for, but all my usual recipes are very time intensive, and I just don't have that luxury this year.
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