Whether you’re looking for traditional classic favorite recipes that stand the test of time and have appeared on Jewish holiday tables for decades, or updated dishes to satisfy and impress your family and guests, the recipe collection at Kosher.com has what you need to build your best Rosh Hashanah menu.
Round challah is traditional to eat on Rosh Hashanah; apples and honey recipes are a must. (Or even combine them and make apples and honey challah!) We’ve also got the best Rosh Hashanah recipes for dinners but also for braised briskets, sweet sides, fresh salads, and delicious desserts.
And of course, we’ll show you how to prepare the Rosh Hashanah simanim, the symbolic foods traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashanah that express our prayers for manifest good in the new year.
Some (Sephardim in particular) have the custom of holding a Rosh Hashanah seder, where these symbolic foods such as pomegranate, date, fish, leek, carrots, squash, and more, are served and a short prayer recited for each Rosh Hashanah food.
Rosh Hashanah 2023 begins September 15 at sundown and ends on September 17 at nightfall.