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Don't make them eat charoset all night!

Editor's note: This article was originally published in 2017. Passover in 2018 begins sundown on March 30th and continues until April 7th.

As Passover 2017 nears (this year, the holiday starts at sundown on April 10 and continues for a week), kitchens are being cleaned, bread is being thrown out, and menus are being prepped for the Seders, the traditional meals held on the first two nights of the holiday. But for the many people who will be hosting vegetarians at their homes this year, the question remains — what am I possibly going to make for them?

Fortunately, thanks to the Internet, there are plenty of answers. Though brisket can often be the centrepiece during the so-called Festival of Unleavened Bread, those supporting side dishes on the table can easily become more than a meal for those who don't eat meat. And let us just say, considering matzo's, um, unfortunate side effects, it's not the worst idea for everyone to incorporate more vegetables into their lives during Passover.

Check out these delicious recipes for Passover that will be perfect for vegetarians, and everyone else, around the table.

via Pancake Warriors

This one is vegan as well, thanks to the use of cashew cheese.

via May I Have That Recipe?

No rice for Ashkenazis during Passover? No problem!

via Busy In Brooklyn

You can make enough for the vegetarians at the table — and a few more for leftovers.

via Tori Avey

This side dish is a tangy, surprising treat.

via PETA

Who needs chicken soup anyway?

via Joy of Kosher

A little Greek influence can only make farfel taste even better.

via Heeb 'n' Vegan

This packed-full-of-flavour nutloaf can be made a day ahead.

via The Nosher

Don't let the colour throw you off — just revel at the brilliant chef who made chicken soup healthier.

via The Nosher

You won't even miss that flaky pastry. Alright, maybe just a little.

via Tori Avey

Adding avocado to quinoa salad makes it that much richer and creamier.

via Tori Avey

Made with quinoa, this recipe is still kosher for Passover, even if it doesn't look it.

via Tori Avey

If you're having a dairy-based Seder, this is a beautiful appetizer to start with.

via The Nosher

A gorgeous way to present veggies that's delicious to boot.

Chag sameach!

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