Rosh Hashana Menu planning 2014


There is just a little over two weeks until Rosh Hashana. It’s coming quickly!

Are you looking for some good recipe ideas? Me, too. ;) Here are some that I’ve found, focusing especially on the simanim we traditionally serve (Check out this article on simanim):

Here’s a spiced carrot salad recipe that is best made ahead of time – perfect for this time of year!

Carrot salad

Check out this more Sefardic Leek patties (Keftes de prassa) recipe.

Leek patties

For pumpkin (or gourd) options, try

Apples (and honey) is kind of the big deal here. Check out these 36 apple recipes. I think the apple bourekas from Steamy Kitchen and Honey cake with caramelized apples from Busy in Brooklyn sound awesome! This beautiful apple rose tart is great, too – you can see the video from OJH’s facebook page, too. It looks amazing and easy.

How about a lentils with pomegranate and swiss chard recipe?

Try a fruity brisket or roast (photo and recipe on Chabad.org in their Rosh Hashana recipe section)

 

This year, I brought back some lamb chops from a trip to the US. I’m planning a slow-cooked lamb chop recipe with almonds, apricots, and spices. But I’m still planning the rest – it’s a 3 day holiday this year.

Here’s 2011′s Rosh Hashana menu (also a 3-day) and 2013′s RH menu from Mara at Kosher on a Budget, for more inspiration for you.

What are your plans? I’d love to hear!


About Amital

A die-hard listmaker and observant Jewish mommy of 5, managing the challenges of life bit by bit with the help of a Shalom Bayit book and lists. And chocolate, of course. Lots of chocolate.

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