Celebrate the New Year with fun. Festive Rosh Hashanah plans that you’ll be proud to share with family and friends. We’ve gathered all of the works of art for your Rosh Hashanah meals, including delectable feast chicken, hearty brisket, and a variety of nectar and apple options. We also remembered several amusing variations on traditional Jewish holiday top picks (nectar seared mixed balls, anyone?) that make delectable additions to the dinner table. Furthermore, to make the upcoming year even sweeter, we gathered large quantities of Rosh Hashanah sweets such as apple cake, glazed doughnuts, and rugelach, which are the most pleasant way to end a new year.
Still undecided about what to serve for Rosh Hashanah dinner? We recommend starting with the traditional Rosh Hashanah foods: sweet noodle kugel from your family’s go-to event cook or flaky fish with raisin-spiked wild rice. Then, let your character (or your desire for maple-sprinkled butternut squash) shine with the side dishes. What’s more, what about treats? Make an effort not to sit down. Whether you’re looking for a delicious nectar-bound apple dessert, a quick no-bake dessert, or a festive fall cake to match the season, we’ve got you covered. There’s no better way to ensure a fantastic year ahead than with old friends, family, and, of course, plenty of food.
Chicken with Apricots, Prunes, and Carrots (Tzimmes)
This special occasion lunch includes various tzimmes, a traditional side dish created with stewed dried soil ingredients. Cooked on heating sheets with vibrant young carrots, this technique takes care of many family members with minimal effort in any case. (The extras are also delicious.)
Chicken with a Balsamic Butter
If you enjoy balsamic vinegar (and, presumably, chicken), you will adore this balsamic chicken recipe. The sweet vinegar is used as a marinade for chicken and a coating for chicken made with mollified spread.
Chicken with Tahini-Rubbed Chickpeas and Dates
In less than 60 minutes, you can have skillet-simmered chicken thighs. Make tahini, nectar, cumin, and sweet paprika marinate and spread it all over the chicken skin.
Salad with Orange-Ginger Roast Chicken, Fennel, and Radicchio
A joyous man with citrusy grilled chicken and lovely radicchio salad is perfect for the occasion.
Roasted Beets with Charred Radicchio
You’ll need a vegetable for the side dish, whether you’re cooking chicken, brisket, or fish. In this autumn salad, cooking beets over high heat results in a charred exterior, contrasting nicely with the sweet tissue.
Roast Chicken with Lemon and Herbs
We adore chicken in any form, but especially when it’s smothered in a lemongarlic sauce.
Learn how to make a perfectly cooked supper chicken in a fraction of the time with this straightforward approach.
Squash and Pomegranate-Honey Glazed Chicken
Succulent chicken and a sweet-tart pomegranate covering make a delectable pairing that’s just right for the holidays.
Crispy Roast Chicken with Little Fuss
As the chicken cooks, fat oozes off into a bed of sliced potatoes and onions, resulting in a delectably fresh and succulent bird with an accompanying side dish.
Roast Chicken with Za’atar and Green Tahini Sauce
The skin will not get as fresh as other dish chickens due to the brothy marinade, but the tissue will be so delicate that you’ll have to eat it with your hands.
Paprika Chicken Thighs with Pepper Rice in One Skillet
There’s nothing worse than preparing a special supper for Rosh Hashanah and then being overburdened with dirty pots and skillets by the end of the night. With this one-skillet chicken recipe, you can relieve some stress and a sink full of dishes. We prefer bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs over chicken breasts because they are more tender and stay fresh.
Roasted Chicken Racks
Cooking a chicken on the broiler rack directly gives it a crispier skin on both sides. You’ll never look back if you put a platter of vegetables underneath it to catch all of the delicious drippings.
Roasted Chicken with Honey-Glazed Carrots and Ginger, Moderate
Cooking chicken in a closed saucepan over low heat allows the bird to steam gently, resulting in juicier meat than if it were broiled uncovered. When you’re ready to eat, take the stove off the heat to refresh the skin.
Roast Chicken with Fennel and Carrots in Cast-Iron
In this one-dish supper, fennel and carrots fragrance a simmering chicken while absorbing flavour from the bird as it releases its fat into the skillet.
Soup with Chicken and Apples Stuffed Matzo Balls
Have you ever packed your matzo balls before? The filling is ground chicken and fennel, almond syrup, and pepper, and the outer layer contains nigella seeds and aromatic cubeb.