SUNDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13-15, 2015.
The Jewish New Year is nearly here, which is the beginning of the High Holy Days.
Rosh Hashanah meals typically include apples and honey, to symbolize a sweet new year. Other symbolic foods that may be served, depending on local custom, dates, pomegranates, black-eyed peas, pumpkin-filled pastries called rodanchas, leek fritters, beets, and a whole fish with the head intact. It is also common to eat stuffed vegetables called legumbres yaprakes.
If you’re cooking for Rosh Hashanah you may want to prepare these dishes to serve your family and friends.
Appetizers: Gefilte Fish Platter With Horseradish; Chopped Liver Platter; Potato Latkes; Sweet Potato Latkes
Soups: Matzo Ball Soup; Sweet Potato & Apple Soup; Chicken Soup
Entrées: Slow-Roasted Brisket With Gravy; Braised Short Ribs; Roasted Turkey Breast, Herb Roasted Chicken; Poached Chicken Breast With Dried Fruit; Salmon With Chickpeas, Peppers & Tomatoes; Poached Whole Salmon With Cucumber Dill Sauce
Sides: Potato Kugel; Green Beans With Shallots; Vegetable Tzimmes; Roasted Vegetables; Moroccan Quinoa; Garlic & Herb Roasted Beets; Rosemary Roasted Potatoes; Potato Latkes With Apple Sauce; Chunky Applesauce
Desserts: Honey Cake; Mini Tarts; Babka; Chocolate & Cinnamon Babka Slices; Rainbow Rugelach; Brownies; Seasonal Fresh Fruit; Apple Cake; Marble Cake; Apple Raisin Strudel
Happy New Year From Tiny New York Kitchen!
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