Get Ready for Rosh Hashana With These Apple-Inspired Recipes

Apples and Honey
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5783 is on its way out and we’re excited to usher in the Jewish new year! Rosh Hashana is synonymous with apples and honey, so if you’re hosting this year, we have some ideas of how to jazz up your menu, while keeping tradition alive. 

Baked Brie With Apples and Honey

This dish is the ideal app-le-tizer (sorry, we had to). Start off your meal with oozy Brie or Camembert which is perfect for dipping challah into. Top the cheese wheel with sliced apples and a good drizzle of honey. Bake until gooey and finish off with walnuts if you fancy some crunch.

Apple and Spinach Salad

The best salads feature a mix of textures and flavors. Add apple slices to baby spinach leaves for some sweetness, crumbled feta cheese for saltiness, and candied pecans for crunchiness. Top it off with a honey-mustard vinaigrette for tang.

French Apple Tart

This list would be sorely incomplete without a dessert. As the final course is usually the showstopper, a French apple tart is an excellent option. Granted, it is a little more complex than your everyday apple pie, but it’ll be worth it when you see how impressed your guests are.