Recipe Tips for Rosh Hashanah

apples with honey
Apples and honey are a traditional Jewish New Year’s treat

Rosh Hashanah is coming. It’s time to get ready. Some Rosh Hashanah food recipes for you to consider.

Kugel for Rosh Hashanah
Can you think of a Jewish meal without the traditional kugel?
Some interesting kugel recipes are presented in The Nosher
Classic potato kugel
Apple cherry crumb kugel
Salt and pepper noodle kugel
Pumpkin noodle kugel from Tales of an Overtime Cook
Cinnamon noodle kugel
Maple squash kugel
Salt and pepper spaghetti squash kugel

Brisket for Rosh Hashanah

What Jewish high holiday would be complete without brisket. Some of my favorite recipes.
Great selection of Recipes can be found in Joy of Kosher
Roast apple brisket–
Brisket with fall fruits–
Brisket with ginger glaze–
Texas barbecue beef brisker–
Garlic honey brisket–
Pomegranate beef brisket–
Beer braised brisket– /beer-braised-brisket
One final brisket recipe, but this one is from Tori Avery–

Desserts for Rosh Hashanah

My favorite is chocolate molten cake and this recipe by Tori Avery is the best–
Sweet apples in a pastry–
The traditional honey cake–
Rosh Hashanah pavlova–
The classic of all high holiday desserts, the teiglach,
Some more daring dessert to try out are the following: Vegan and gluten free frozen pomegranate and cashew cake, Apple and honey madeleines, Jacques Pepin’s skillet apple charlotte. All these recipes can be found at {}
Streusel swirled butterscotch bundt cake–
Flourless almond honey cake–

The word “new” best explains my feelings about Rosh Hashanah. It is a time for new beginnings, new hopes and the pursuit of new opportunities to change. It is a time for reflection and a time to take action to become a better person.

It is at this time of the year that we at Mitzuyan Kosher Catering try to constantly evolve and change the way we do business and approach life.
We hope that kosher catering Toronto services by Mitzuyan will service the needs of kosher cuisine.