What to Do with Extra Simanim
We may be getting ahead of ourselves here, but after we enjoy the simanim at our Rosh Hashanah seders, there WILL be extra. You can of course enjoy those beautiful fresh dates in their natural glory, but if you have simanim that you just don't know what to do with, or if you're looking to enjoy them in a new way, then save this roundup to look back on so you know exactly what to make.
We have recipes that make use of each of the simanim, so whatever you have left, know that there's something here for you!
Enjoy and Shana Tova!
- Creamy Beets and Dill by Alison Gutwaks
- Simanim Stuffed Pargiot by Erin Grunstein
- Simanim Wild Rice by Molly Hagler
- Simanim Stuffed Butternut Squash by Erin Grunstein
- Onion Leek Tart by Faigy Murray
- Pomegranate Glazed Salmon by Victoria Dwek
- Roasted Cauliflower with Dates and Pine Nuts by Elky Friedman
- Apple, Pomegranate, and Salmon Salad by Elky Friedman
- Simanim Kale Salad with a Honey Tahini Dressing by Rivki Rabinowitz
Simanim Salad by Chef Zissie
- Healthy Honey Cookies from the Dining In Cookbook
- Pomegranate Chicken Salad by Tanya Ohana
- Lime Glazed Carrots from the Dining In Cookbook
- Beets and Berries Salad by Rivki Rabinowitz
- Oil-Free Carrot Muffins by Elky Friedman
- Texas Caviar by Renee Chernin