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Check out these recipes for Rosh Hashanah!
Planning your Rosh Hashana menu? Here are more than 55 great recipes to celebrate the Jewish New Year.
Apples dipped in honey—and Honey Cake—are quintessential recipes for Rosh Hashanah. But other foods symbolize our hopes and dreams for good luck, new beginnings, good health, and prosperity, too.
Pomegranates, dates, green beans, beets, and sweet winter squashes like pumpkin and butternut are auspicious Jewish New Year foods, too. There are lots of recipes for Rosh Hashanah dishes that incorporate these ingredients.
What to eat on Rosh Hashanah
Rosh Hashanah is a food holiday if ever there was one. Check out these 55+ favorite recipes for Rosh Hashanah. This list will help you build the perfect menu to celebrate the holiday and guarantee a sweet new year.
More Jewish holiday recipes you’ll love
- Honey Cake
- Honey Cookies
- Lemon Coconut Macaroons
- Jewish Beef Brisket
- Meat-Filled Borekas or Pastelicos
- Passover Orange Sponge Cake
- Passover Potato, Tomato, and Olive Stew
- Kreplach with Beef Filling
- Sufganiyot or Jelly Donuts for Hanukkah
- Potato Latkes for Hanukkah
- Classic Chopped Liver
- Vegetarian Chopped Liver
- Check out all of my Jewish Recipes!