Here’s How to Update Your Rosh Hashanah Menu

Apples and honey
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If apples and honey keep popping up around you, Rosh Hashanah is likely around the corner. As with most holidays, the Jewish New Year is filled with traditional foods. If you fancy mixing it up a bit, here are some delicious ways to do so. 

Baked Brie With Apples and Honey

If you to add something different to the menu this year, this baked Brie is the way to go about it. Top a wheel of Brie (or Camembert, if you prefer) with sliced apples and drizzle with honey. Bake until gooey and top with walnuts for some crunch. It goes perfectly with challah.

Apple and Spinach Salad

Keep your feast fresh with this simple salad. Combine baby spinach leaves with thinly sliced apples, crumbled feta cheese, and candied pecans. It wouldn’t be complete without a honey-mustard vinaigrette.

Apple and Honey Glazed Chicken

Add some sweetness to your main course. Marinade chicken pieces in a mixture of apple juice, honey, some paprika, cinnamon, and Dijon mustard. Bake in the oven with slices of apple and onion, and serve with rice or mashed potato to lap up that sticky sauce.