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The Whole Foods Kosher kitchen

Rosh Hashanah Menu, Complete with Recipes

Posted on 20th of September, 2011 by Lévana

Rosh Hashanah Menu

I couldn’t resist drawing liberally from my Sephardi heritage to make my Rosh Hashanah menu selection. Our holiday dishes as I remember them served in my childhood home and beyond still make my tongue smile, even after all these years. And if all the pre-Rosh Hashanah cooking demos I have been invited to give in and around town are any indication, the feeling is shared by countless Sephardi food enthusiasts! I am on a demo tour, cooking and teaching up a storm, spreading the good word: quick, simple and healthy! Many of these dishes are Gluten-Free without even trying!

Except for a couple stars born very recently, all following dishes are excerpted from my new cookbook, The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen: Glorious Meals Pure and Simple. Since the whole philosophy of the book was to make  even the best and most elegant dishes simple and doable, affordable in every sense of the word, you will be grateful that none of them keeps you slaving in the kitchen, and goes easy on your pocket! So here comes!

No nuts on Rosh Hashanah? No problem! Simply skip them, in any case they only appear in a couple dishes.

Although this menu file is quite extensive, you will find hundreds more recipes on my blog, by going to the Recipe Index

Soups:
Corn Chowder
Carrot Ginger Soup
Coconut Miso Soup
Wild Mushroom Soup
Moroccan Butternut Squash Chick Pea Soup
Cream of Roasted Carrots and Parsnips

 Fish:
Snapper with Sweet and Sour Sauce
Salmon Pomegranate Sauce
Mock Shrimp Pad Thai
Baked Salmon Moroccan Style
Salmon Nori Roulade with Tehina Sauce

Meat and Poultry
Lamb  and Dried  Fruit Couscous
Beef Tajine with Lemon Oregano Sauce
Beef Roast with Mushroom Sauce
Chicken Breasts Mole
Maple-Roasted Chicken

Salads, Vegetable and Grain Dishes:

Arugala, Grapefruit and Beet Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette
Soba Noodles with Roots
Cabbage Cucumber Apple Slaw
Wild Rice Pilaf with Mushroom and Chestnuts
Zucchini and Brussels Sprouts in Tomato Sauce
Yerushalmi Kugel
Lamb-Stuffed Grape Leaves
Moroccan Minted Carrot Date Salad

Desserts:
Frozen Coconut Crunch Chocolate Cake
Chinese Cookies
Spicy Honey Cake
Tropical Fruit Cake
Chocolate Espresso Bark
Semolina Date Pastries (Makrod)
Key Lime Pie

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