In two days, a wonderful period of time begins –
The time of the Tishrei holidays.
In one exciting and special month, the whole family meets,
Time after time, again and again..
Everyone is dressed in holiday clothes and wear a big smile on their faces,
And there’s no one who doesn’t wait to taste the delicacies that are served every year on the holiday table.
Surely you too have started thinking about what you’ll cook, salads and desserts to serve on the holiday table for a sweet and good year.
And I’m here just for you.
I have gathered for you all the recipes that’ll suit each of the Tishrei holidays.
Happy new year, “Gmar hatimah tovah” and happy Sukkot to everyone 🙂
Let’s start from the end: the desserts
There are recipes on the website for great stir cakes, ones with honey, fruit or chocolate. There are a lot of crispy, soft and crunchy cookies on the website…
you just have to choose 🙂
You can’t start the new year without a PERFECT honey cake! And I have the perfect recipe that’ll give you the one.
The bite of this honey cake is a winning bite, one that’ll vibrate your heart non-stop from meeting it.
There are more excellent honey cake recipes on the website, it’s worth taking a look at the “Stir Cakes” category or the “Rosh Hashanah” category.
Honey Cookie (Duvshaniya)
Another winning recipe for Rosh Hashanah is my honey cookie recipe, but they’re perfect for Yom Kippur and Sukkot as well.
We’re all waiting for Rosh Hashanah just to bite on a delicious and tender honey cookie and this year you can make it at home! Gluten-free and even in a vegan version.
Classic Gluten-Free Apple Cake
There’s nothing like a moist and juicy apple cake to end or start a meal with after a fast alongside a precise cup of tea. It’s a comforting cake that reminds me of my mother, it’s a cake that’ll wrap you up and it’s perfect for moments of family and togetherness.
Stir cakes have always excited me, and they’re so suitable for the cake before and after the fast and for dessert after a big and full holiday meal. They’re full of juiciness, they’re soft as a cloud, they’re pampering and comforting, and they’re the most wonderful thing there is, and this carrot cake is simply the fulfillment of all dreams. You can find a variety of stir cake recipes in the “Stir Cake” category.
This insane “petit beurre” will take you to an endless indulgent experience. It’s the ultimate bite after fasting, because there’s nothing like a crunchy and delicious bite alongside a hot cup of coffee. It has an addictive texture, the sweetness in it is super refined, it gives in to a hot cup of tea, it’s bitey and fascinating and is a one great pleasure.
My cocoa-vanilla sticks are the ultimate dip in a warm and indulgent glass after the fast or after the holiday meal. It’s a sweet bite that’s so addicting to bite into that you’ll just do it over and over again. It’s a crispy bite full of crunch, it’s sweet and refined, it’s mesmerizing in its beauty.
Let’s move on to the recipes that’ll be served in the center of the table:
Fill the holiday tables of Tishrei holidays with a variety of recipes of fish, chicken and meat and recipes of amazing side dishes as well.
So what are you waiting for? Come on, let’s begin
Chicken Stew in Thyme Sauce, With Potatoes and Apples
This holiday, draw your perfect pot, filled with potatoes and apples in several colors, and decorate your holiday table with this delightful pot. This perfect pot will fit the Rosh Hashanah dinner table, as well as the table in your Sukkah, and will be the perfect match for the meal after the fast. For more recipes that contain chicken, you can take a look at the “Hot Pots and Pans” category – “Chicken”.
Short Ribs With Caramelized Carrots in Honey Thyme and Raisin Sauce
This pot will sit in the center of your table and everyone will make it vanish in seconds. Using just a fork, you don’t even have to cut the meat because it falls apart after a long cooking time. The pot will be the perfect star on the Rosh Hashanah holiday table and also on the holiday table in your sukkah, everyone will be delighted with it. You can find more recipes that contain meat in the “Hot Pots and Pans” category – “Meat”.
You can prepare my wrapped fish dish in a few easy moments and give your guests a delicious and indulgent gift on the holiday dinner table. This dish will also be suitable for Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot and for the meal before and after the fast. For more fish recipes you can take a look at the “Hot Pots and Pans” Category – “Fish”.
This is a quick and nutritious pot that I prepare in just a few minutes and it’s a dish that’ll fit great with any meat, chicken or fish dish that you serve on the holiday, but it’s totally one that can stand on its own as well. It’ll make any salad shine, it’ll work wonderfully in a soup, it’ll hug you with a wonderful rice or quinoa dish, it’s just a pot full of precision and pleasure.
אורז החגיגה שלי הוא התוספת המושלמת עבור כולםםם. היא מתאימה לכל העדפה תזונתית, היא לא מתפשרת על כלום, היא מנה יפיפייה, היא כמו וואזה במרכז השולחן. היא מפנקת, וכולם, אבל כולםםם יבקשו את המתכון שלה. היא תשלב נהדר בשולחנות החג שלכם 🙂
Fresh Loubia (Black Eyed Bean)
The loubia reminds me of my grandmother, of the market before the holidays, the feeling that the holiday is just around the corner, the glorious Rosh Hashanah holiday table. It’ll also, of course, be a great fit both for the Sukkot holiday table and for the meal before the fast.
Let’s move on to the recipes that’ll accompany and complement everything we’ll serve alongside them: Hot and cold salads and salad dressings that are simply a must on the holiday table.
So what are you waiting for? Come on, let’s begin
auliflower and Apple Salad
A salad that’s the star of the table is the secret to a good and balanced meal. I love having a central salad on the table, so delicious that everyone will pass the bowl from hand to hand and this salad is exactly that. One that’ll star on your holiday tables in the month of Tishrei.
I think the secret to a good salad, besides being fresh, is the dressing. The dressing can be prepared in two seconds, and it’ll turn the salad from being just a salad, into the most perfect and delicious salad for your holiday table.
This eggplant dish always wonderfully decorates the holiday table. It’s beautiful, it’s delicious, it’s special, and it’s the most fun dish in the world. It’s super special for Rosh Hashanah and is dotted with bright red pomegranate seeds. It can be prepared in advance and put together right next to serving. It’ll be the star of your holiday table.
There are many other amazing recipes on the website of warm salads that you can make – click here to go to the “Hot” category.
Fig and Kale Salad
To the amazing texture of the kale I paired one of the most beautiful and maddening fruit in the entire world – soft juicy figs full of juice. A festive and beautiful salad that’ll look stunning on your holiday tables.