Passover take-out

Miracle Mile Deli offers brisket and matzo ball soup for Passover.

Preparing for Passover starts long before the first seder takes place. With so much to plan and do, why not consider picking up Passover dinner to go or dine out this year? Jewish News has rounded up some options to make your life a little easier during this hectic time.

AJ’s Fine foods: 10 Valley locations,

AJ’s Fine Foods is offering Passover dinners to go 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday, April 10, at all Valley locations. Choose from roasted pistachio crusted chicken breast with rustic apple compote for $14.99 per person; braised beef brisket au jus with natural root vegetables for $16.99 per person; or grilled salmon with herb carrot orange zest for $17.99 per person. Check with your store about availability of potato pancakes, matzo ball soup, charoset and kugel. Reserve orders of six or more by Friday, April 7. Delivery is available.

Chompie’s: 5 Valley locations,

At Chompie’s, you can dine in for Passover from 5 p.m. until closing on Monday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 11 or pick up your dinner and take it home. The dine-in menu includes matzo ball or sweet and sour cabbage soup; chopped liver or gefilte fish; a choice of half roasted chicken, beef brisket, steelhead salmon filet or roasted turkey breast; latkes with applesauce or roasted potatoes; string beans or tzimmis; and an assortment of holiday cakes. The cost is $32.95 for adults and $14.95 for children. Reservations are strongly recommended. See website for Chompie’s Passover-to-Go menu.

Goldman’s Deli: 6929 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale, 480-367-9477,

Goldman’s Deli in Scottsdale will offer a Passover-to-go menu with traditional favorites, including matzo ball and sweet and sour cabbage soup by the quart; three main courses (beef brisket, $18.99 per lb.; half roast chicken, $7.99; and stuffed cabbage rolls, $5.99 each); side dishes, featuring a pan of potato kugel, $30; house-made gefilte fish, $10.99 each piece; and chicken chopped liver, $13.99 per lb. To order, call 480-367-9477 between 2-5 p.m. Open 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 11.

Imperial Kosher Market & Deli: 737 E. Glendale Ave., Phoenix, 602-285-6998,

Imperial Kosher Market & Deli, under the kosher supervision of Greater Phoenix Vaad Hakashruth, has everything you’ll need for your seder from charoset and gefilte fish to matzo ball soup and main dishes. Everything is sold by the pound except soup (by the quart) and gefilte fish and salmon (by the slice). Imperial will also assemble a Passover seder plate for $29.99. All orders must be placed by Wednesday, April 5. See website for details.

Levi Catering: 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Phoenix, 480-251-6745,

Levi Catering, under the kosher supervision of Greater Phoenix Vaad Hakashruth, has a special Passover take out menu on its website with all the usual seder must-haves and more. Choose from eight salads; gefilte fish or salmon; matzo ball or chicken soup; nine entrees, including chicken schnitzel, roasted chicken, beef brisket and vegetarian stuffed cabbage; six vegetable and kugel sides and fruit salad for dessert. Orders must be submitted by Wednesday, April 5.

Miracle Mile: 4433 N. 16th St., Phoenix, 602-776-0992,

To help you celebrate during the whole week of Passover, Miracle Mile will offer a plate of brisket with vegetables and made-from-scratch matzo ball soup for $12.50. This offer is available April 10-18.

Segal’s Oasis Grill: 4818 N. Seventh St., Phoenix, 602-285-1515,

Segal’s Oasis Grill, under the kosher supervision of Greater Phoenix Vaad Hakashruth, stocks a wide variety of kosher-for-Passover products as well as prepared entrees that will feed 10 people. Pick up beef brisket ($224.95), roasted turkey breast ($107.95), roasted chicken cut into quarters ($159.95) or pesto roasted chicken breast ($149.95). Sides, including matzo ball soup, steamed broccoli, ratatouille, potato kugel and house made gefilte fish with horseradish, are available at an additional cost. Orders must be placed by Monday, April 3.

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