Passover is a time of year when family gatherings are important and traditions are celebrated. For many people, one of those Passover traditions revolves around sharing a special meal with loved ones.

But, preparing a Passover dinner can be a challenging task, especially when it comes to creating a meal that is both delicious and adheres to kosher guidelines. That’s where Chicken Fricassee for Passover comes in.

As a traditional French dish, Chicken Fricassee is derived from highly evolved cooking techniques and ingredients. This recipe is not only easy to prepare but takes advantage of classic flavors that everyone can enjoy whether or not they are observing Passover.

So, let us delve into making a classic chicken fricassee for Passover.

Step 1: Start with the Ingredients

The first step to making chicken fricassee for Passover is getting the ingredients right. Follow the recipe carefully and ensure that all items being used are Passover-approved. You will need ingredients such as chicken breasts, onions, carrots, celery, mushrooms, garlic, chicken stock, lemon juice, white wine, matzo meal or potato starch, olive oil, and salt, and pepper.

Step 2: Preparation

Begin by preparing the chicken breasts, cutting them into two pieces. Then, season the chicken pieces with salt and pepper, apply matzo meal or potato starch, and fry them in olive oil until golden brown. After the chicken pieces are done, remove them from the pan and set them aside, then sauté the chopped onions, carrots, and celery until they are light brown.

Step 3: Adding the Flavor

Add the mushrooms to the pan when the vegetables become brown, stir them, and continue cooking for about 15 minutes until the mushrooms are starting to look soft. Add garlic, white wine, chicken stock, and lemon juice to the pan and stir well, making sure everything is mixed.

Step 4: Cooking the Chicken

Place the chicken pieces back in the pan and let them cook on medium for an additional 20 minutes until the chicken is fully cooked. Test with a fork by piercing the thickest part of the breast, if no pink color appears, then it is cook-through.

Step 5: Serving the Dish

Serve your chicken fricassee dish on a bed of rice, couscous, or quinoa. If you’d like, you can garnish with fresh parsley or chopped chives to add some color to the dish.


Prepared with care and precision, this Chicken Fricassee for Passover recipe will bring a touch of class and flavor to your Passover celebration. This dish is versatile enough, that it can also be enjoyed all year round.

Whether it’s your first time making Chicken Fricassee or you’re a seasoned pro, this recipe is well worth trying and sharing with your loved ones. Whichever way you decide to have it, the outcome is sure to be delightful.

So, go ahead and impress your guests with this delicious and easy-to-make Passover meal. Happy Cooking!