Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, is another great holiday with mouthwatering classic dishes. Brisket, chicken and tzimmes, are just a few of the many fantastic recipes that come out of these traditions, each of which honors both the holiday and the start of the fall season.
Rather than supply you with our usual recipes from the What's Cookin' database (though they are always fabulous), today we're bringing you the Rosh Hashana recipes from our personal kitchens at Snooth. These are recipes that have survived the test of time and that have appeared on our holiday dinner tables throughout generations of family cooking.
So, join us in the celebration and make our recipes yours as we enter the fall season. Happy New Year!
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Heath's Girlfriend's Vegetable Farfel
Farfel dishes are a favorite around the Snooth offices for their hearty, almost turkey stuffing-like nature. Filled with veggies like potato and zucchini, this farfel dish is almost like a strata in that the veggies are grated and then doused in egg before being baked.
Sara W's Mom's Carrot Puree
If you like the sweet flavor of tzimmes but are looking for something new to bring to the table, try this recipe for carrot puree. Blended with potatoes, olive oil and salt, this dish is incredibly simple but incredibly delicious.
Kate's Grandma's Noodle Pudding
Some like kugel savory, some like kugel sweet. This cottage cheese and cinnamon noodle pudding will satisfy those who adore the sweeter side, but it still isn't as overly sweet as some of the pineapple-laden versions.