Rosh Hashanah Recipes (2024)

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These are some of my very favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes. It’s a delicious collection of tried and true kosher High Holiday recipes with reviews and step-by-step photo tutorials. Celebrate a sweet new year with these unique and tasty recipe ideas!

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I personally vouch for all of these Rosh Hashanah recipes, they are tried and true. Each one has user reviews and comments, so you can read through and see what others think. I hope this helps in your holiday menu planning!

How to Cook Brisket – Tips and Recipes

Roasted Rosemary Balsamic Tzimmes

Jeweled Black Rice Salad

Fennel Apple Salad with Cider Tahini Dressing

Apple Honey Challah

Pomegranate Martini

Stuffed Figs with Goat Cheese

Date Glazed Orange Chicken

Chopped Liver

Sephardic Leek Patties

Autumn Sweet Potato Soup

Rosh Hashanah Sangria

Savory Herb Braised Brisket

Honey Apple Cake

Savory Slow Cooker Brisket

Green Bean Beet and Pistachio Salad

Stovetop Tzimmes

Honey Apple Cupcakes

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pomegranate Molasses

Sweet Lokshen Kugel

Red Rice and Beet Cakes with Honey Mustard

Mediterranean Olive Chicken

Greek Yogurt Apple Streusel Cake

Roasted Beet Tartare

Crunch Sweet Broccoli Craisin Salad


Herb Tahini Sauce


Dark Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake Parfaits

Spicy Roasted Carrots and Fennel

Uri Buri Lemon Turmeric Salmon

Apple Date Rose Tarts

Rainbow Israeli Salad

Date Truffles

Middle Eastern Roasted Vegetable Rice

Farah’s Roast Chicken

Persian Saffron Pudding

Butternut Squash and Crispy Kale Bake

Red Cabbage Apple Salad with Blue Cheese

Chicken Vegetable Couscous

Spicy Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Old Fashioned Oat Nut Apple Crisp

Roasted Eggplant Yogurt Dip

Marinated Cornish Game Hens with Citrus and Spice

Citrus Avocado Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing

Pomegranate Glazed Salmon

Dairy-Free Saffron Scalloped Potatoes

Honey Garlic Chicken

Moroccan-Style Vegetable Couscous

Pomegranate Molasses Brisket

Date Honey Nut Cake

Saffron Chickpea Risotto

Pistachio Rose Blondies with White Chocolate

Maple Cinnamon Roasted Butternut Squash

Spice Broiled Salmon with Green Apple Salad

Rum Raisin Cranberry Kugel

Slow Cooker Brisket with Chipotle Cranberry Sauce

Saffron Mashed Potatoes

Kale, Pear and Cranberry Salad

Fig and Honey co*cktail

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  1. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (64)Cheryl Wolder says

    I’m always so excited to see new ways to make things! I change ingredients I can’t eat and the recipe is still amazing. Thanks so much! The holiday meal should be awesome!


  2. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (65)caren gittleman says

    FANTASTIC!! Thanks so much for posting these well ahead of the holiday, BEFORE we do our shopping! Thank you!!


    • Rosh Hashanah Recipes (66)Tori Avey says

      I wanted to get it out early this year for precisely this reason. So glad it’s helpful!

  3. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (67)joan says

    I love cooking dishes that look beautiful on a plate, but are fairly simple to make. Finding this collection of fabulous Rosh Hashanah recipes, while browsing online, is so exciting. I now have my menu planned and will let you know how everything turns out………..delicious I’m sure.


    • Rosh Hashanah Recipes (68)Tori Avey says

      Glad it’s helpful Joan!

  4. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (69)Lilly Naveh says

    As I sit down to take a break from holiday preparations (just north of Tel Aviv) I am taking a moment to thank you for your wonderful recipes, delightful commentaries and overall good cheer. Sometimes it can take a (former) outsider to highlight some of our very own delicious culinary heritage. Not only is about half our dinner tonight off your pages but I often find myself looking for my late mother’s dishes on your site. She of course worked without recipes,

    As I am writing from Israel and suspect that you have other fans here, perhaps you would consider doing some kind of event when you come to visit again.

    I wish you and your family and friends a healthy and happy New Year. May you continue your fine work and enjoy all that you do.

    Lilly from Ramat Hasharon


    • Rosh Hashanah Recipes (70)Tori Avey says

      Thank you Lilly, that is very kind of you! I will be in Israel again very soon and am considering some kind of an event, I will post on the blog if we are able to organize. Shanah Tovah!

  5. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (71)Maddy says

    You never cease to amaze me!
    Magnificent on every level!!!
    Thank you so very much for all you do.


    • Rosh Hashanah Recipes (72)Tori Avey says

      Thank you so much Maddy! So kind of you to say that.

  6. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (73)Ken Allen says

    Thank you, Tori, for hosting this page. Now I’m going to try my hand at these delicious looking treats.


  7. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (74)Danielle says

    I love your recipes, Tori. Your apple honey cake is a favorite in my family, and is always on our menu.
    Happy sweet new year.


    • Rosh Hashanah Recipes (75)Tori Avey says

      Thank you Danielle! Shana tova <3

  8. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (76)Jessica Lynn says

    Thank you for the inspiration – working on my menu now!! Does anybody in the South know if Publix does a honey challah?


    • Rosh Hashanah Recipes (77)Laura says

      Just fyi Toojays sales challah but not honey challah… sorry

  9. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (78)FrederickandAdrienne Loomis says

    I think that you should open a restaurant! All looks soooo delicious!


  10. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (79)Lauren Moss Goldman says

    I’m making your stuffed cabbage recipe.


  11. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (80)Sarah van Goethem says



  12. Rosh Hashanah Recipes (81)Marcia Isaacson Rosenthal says

    Everything you make looks delish!


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