Menus for Rosh Hashanah
Varied Rosh Hashanah Menu and Recipes
Inviting a large crowd for Rosh Hashanah dinner necessitates taking a variety of tastes and even dietary restrictions into consideration when planning the menu. This menu for the Jewish New Year includes varied dishes so all your guests go home satiated and feeling good.
Contemporary Israeli Rosh Hashanah Menus and Recipes
Rosh Hashanah menu ideas have been thrown around in Israeli newspapers and television shows in the weeks leading up to this year's holiday. These contemporary menus are creative and healthy, while maintaining touch with Jewish New Year food traditions. Enjoy these modern Israeli ideas for Rosh Hashanah holiday dinner and lunch menus and recipes.
Traditional Ashkenazic Rosh Hashanah Menus and Recipes
Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. Special Rosh Hashanah food customs have developed over the centuries. Enjoy these traditional Ashkenazic Rosh Hashanah holiday dinner and lunch menus and recipes.
Aish.com: Rosh HaShana in 30 Minutes or Less
The holiday is approaching, and there is no time to cook? Chef Herschel provides quick-to-make recipes for the Jewish New Year, including Beef-Tomato Skillet, Jiffy Steak au Poivre, Stir-Fry Beef with Asparagus, Herbed Halibut Sauterne, Meat and Rice Skillet, Quick Glazed Sweet Potatoes, Pea Pods with Mushrooms, and Strawberry-Peach Sundae.
Epicurious: A Tasty New Year
To help you create your New Year menu, Epicurious has listed their favorite appetizers, mains, sides, and desserts for a Rosh Hashanah feast. This is a great place to start your holiday meal planning.
Mixed Sephardic Rosh HaShana Dinner
ShalomBoston.com has posted recipes for a Mixed Sephardic Rosh HaShana Dinner, which includes Round Bread, Egg-Lemon Soup, Pumpkin Strudel, Moroccan Lamb Tagine with Prunes and Almonds, Rice Pilaf, Green Salad, Baklava, and Fresh Fruit.
Sally's Place: Classic and Contemporary Rosh Hashanah
This menu aims to "gap the bridge between the classic and the contemporary." The recipes conform to the holiday's requirements, preserve traditional food customs, and meet expectations of old world tastes. At the asame time, they are easy to prepare and light in style.
Traditional Ashkenazi Rosh HaShana Dinner
ShalomBoston.com has posted recipes for a Traditional Ashkenazi Rosh HaShana Dinner, which includes Round Challah with Raisins, Apples with honey, Gefilte Fish, Chicken Soup with matzah balls, Brisket, Mini Potato Kugels, Honey and Ginger Glazed Carrots, and sweet holiday cakes.