Epic vegetarian Rosh Hashanah recipes list! 80+ fab food ideas using traditional ingredients

Rosh Hashanah recipes

A definitive resource for vegetarian & vegan Rosh Hashanah recipes. Over 80 hand chosen sweet & savoury dishes, all featuring traditional ingredients. Shana Tova! Rosh Hashanah is almost here, so to help you plan, I’ve put together a list of delicious vegetarian and vegan Rosh Hashanah recipes using traditional festive…

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Roasted vegetable and barley salad with creamy tahini dressing

roasted veg & barley salad

Does anyone else quake with dread at the words “three day yomtov”? Yes, when Rosh Hashanah starts on a Wednesday evening you know you’re in for SIX big festive meals in quick succession. By Shabbat lunchtime I just want to have a glass of mint tea and maybe a cracker,…

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Honey roasted root vegetables with apples

Apples & honey aren't just for desserts! Try them in these delicious roasted root vegetables - a perfect autumnal side for Rosh Hashanah or any festive meal.

Honey and apples! Does anything shout Rosh Hashanah more? I must admit, I’m guilty of adding them to all sorts of dishes, but these roasted root vegetables are definitely among my favourites. If you’re a regular reader here, you’ll know I love roasted vegetables (for instance these, these, these or these). So…

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Delicious root vegetable stroganoff

Brighten up your dinner table with this vibrant root vegetable Stroganoff - chunky carrots, beets & swede in a tangy paprika & yogurt sauce. Delicious!

We get an organic vegetable box delivered every week, which has its pros and cons. The pros, of course, are the fresh, seasonal, local, delicious vegetables that appear every Thursday with no effort required on our part. The main con is that I then have to come up with something…

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Roasted salmon with beetroot and horseradish topping

Roasted salmon with horseradish & beetroot

OK, OK, so Pesach was a couple of months ago, but I still have most of a horseradish root lingering in the bottom of the vegetable drawer. Every year it’s the same, you use a couple of inches of fresh horseradish at your seder, then the remainder slowly withers in the…

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Beetroot salad with pomegranate

beetroot salad with orange, red onion & pomegranate seeds

The pomegranate is a highly symbolic and significant fruit in Jewish tradition. Legend has it that every pomegranate contains exactly 613 seeds – the same as the number of mitzvot (commandments) in the Torah. The calyx at the end of a pomegranate resembles a 6-pointed star of David. The robe of…

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Crunchy autumn slaw with ginger-honey-yogurt dressing – Rosh Hashanah salad

Autumn vegetable slaw

There are many symbolic foods which are traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year. The most well known are apples and honey, which are consumed for a ‘sweet new year’. Another commonly eaten food is carrots, which are often made into tsimmes – a sweet, slow-cooked carrot…

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Fragrant beetroot risotto with herby feta cheese

Herby feta cheese

On the first night of Passover (Pesach) there is a ceremonial meal called the Seder, at which we recount and commemorate the exodus of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. There is, inevitably, a selection of symbolic foods, some of which are eaten, and some of which are not. In…

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Cumin-roasted beetroot and chickpeas

cumin-roasted beetroot with chick peas

This dish was created in honour of The Largest Beetroot in the World, which came in our organic box this week. It weighed in at a massive 850g and was about the size of Kipper’s head. According to nutritiondata.com, an average 2-inch diameter beet weighs a mere 82g, so this whopper was…

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