Rosh Hashanah Recipe Roundup

Rosh Hashanah Recipe Roundup Can someone please explain to me where the last (Jewish) year has gone? Also why is Rosh Hashanah so early this year (okay, I know why, but still).  I’m still having trouble grasping that the Jewish Holidays are just after labor day – I’m holding onto the last bits of summer and the recipes I want to cook up with all my wonder summer produce!  

For that reason, I might have slacked off in the Rosh Hashanah recipe department so today I’ve gathered a fantastic Rosh Hashanah Recipe Roundup to get you prepared for your fabulous feast and celebration.  Please note that not all of these recipes are Kosher, but can certainly be adapted if you do keep a Kosher home. 

Kale Salad with Pomegranates, Apples and Walnuts Bread, Soup and Salads:

Braided Challah – The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Demerara Sugar Honey Challah – Karen’s Kitchen Stories

Fig and Pluot Salad – The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Kale Salad with Pomegranates, Apples and Walnuts – The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Matzo Ball Soup – Hungry Couple 

Braised Lamb Brisket with Lemon Oregano Yogurt Sauce #SundaySupper Main Dishes and Sides:

Chicken Stuffed with Almonds and Matzo – MarocMama

Beef Brisket – The Lemon Bowl

Braised Lamb Brisket with Lemon Oregano Yogurt Sauce – The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Easy, Foolproof, Best Tasting Brisket – Noble Pig

Honey-Teriyaki Glazed Salmon – The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Pomegranate Brisket with Cranberry Succotash – What Jew Wanna Eat

Individual Three Potato Kugel – The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

IMG_6816.jpg Desserts:

Apple Cider Cinnamon Rolls – Chocolate Moosey

Apple Crisp Cupcakes- Chocolate Moosey

Apple Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting and Honey Caramel – What Jew Wanna Eat

Apple Walnut Coffee Cake – The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Chocolate Chip Mandelbread – Keep It Sweet Desserts

Honey Caramel Apple Galette – The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Rosh Hashanah Apple Cake – Mother Would Know

Sweet Kugel – Mother Would Know

Winter Fruit Crisp – Keep It Sweet Desserts

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5 Comments

  1. Thanks for including me! I agree, I can’t deal with the timing this year. :)

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  2. What a great round-up! I don’t observe Rosh Hashanah, but there are at least half a dozen recipes I’d like to try. The apple galette has my name all over it.

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    • Thanks Amy and Happy New Year to you too!

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  3. Great round up! Thanks for including me – can’t wait to try a few other recipes listed here soon!

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