Rosh Hashanah Recipes

    Need recipes to celebrate the Jewish New Year? Looking for recipe ideas for Yom Kippur? Need a recipe for a sweet challah loaf, whole roasted chicken, honey baked apples or one that uses pomegranates and honey?

    34 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    27 reviews

    This is a moist honey cake with raisins and almonds and a honey and lemon glaze. We serve it at Rosh Hashanah.

    Recipe by: san

    3 reviews

    Delish savoury muffins full of fetta, spinach, pumpkin and zucchini. Yum yum and so easy.

    Recipe by: cookie172rg

    1 review

    This hearty casserole is an excellent way to enjoy the juicy middle neck of lamb. Its flavours are complemented with rice, vegetables, dried fruits and golden spices.

    Recipe by: Zoƫ Harpham

    47 reviews

    A classic Jewish challah bread that is sweetened with a bit of honey. The bread is braided to make a beautiful loaf then baked until golden brown.

    Recipe by: Rivka

    1 review

    This soup will cure what ails you. Made with a whole chicken, this soup is simmered for 3 hours and will make you feel better when you're sick. Jewish penicillin.

    Recipe by: JewishAustralianPrincess

    No reviews

    Slow cooked over night, this chicken soup is delightful. Chicken, celery, onion, garlic and carrots, this soup is amazing. You can even add matzo balls if you like.

    Recipe by: JewishAustralianPrincess

    195 reviews

    This is a tasty bread recipe called Challah that is made partly in the bread maker. It includes ingredients like honey to give it a sweet unique taste.

    Recipe by: Marylyn Pisseri

    2 reviews

    I adapted this recipe from a Jewish cookbook which I have. I make these potato pancakes for when my Jewish friends come over to visit.

    Recipe by: barcafamily

    4 reviews

    A lovely Indian halwa dessert which is rich and creamy. It is based off carrots, milk and assorted nuts. Cashews and pistachios work best.

    Recipe by: UDAYAA

    No reviews

    This is a very moist cake which improves if left to mellow for a day or two. This is a good cake for Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year).

    Recipe by: Edith

    2 / 4

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