Rosh Hashana Evening Meal
Save to Menu Box save
to menu box
Rate & Review rate
& review
Ask or Comment ask
the host
shop list
click & print
for this meal
Get your One-Click Shopping List!
Rating (0/5):
  0 Votes
  Fleishig (Meat)
  Yom Tov
  Rosh Hashana
# of Recipes:
  not specified
Difficulty Level:
Description:After serving your simanim, challah dipped in honey, etc., serve this delicious salmon. You can cook the salmon head as one of your simanim, though I might suggest to cook it separately- it gives a very fishy taste to the salmon. The marinated pepper salad can be served with the fish, with the chicken, or both.
If you are traditional, serve your favorite chicken soup with matzah balls, it not a zucchini/veg soup is a good idea.
The pineapple chicken is delicious served on rice, but the shlishkes are delicious if you have the time to prepare them.
The 2 layer ice cream is a pretty and yummy dessert. Even if everyone is full, they'll find some room for this!
~ Appetizers ~
Salmon With Tartar Sauce
~ Main Dish ~
Pineapple Chicken Deluxe
~ Side Dish ~
Shlishkes (gnocci With Bread Crumbs) Using Instant Potato Flakes
~ Salads ~
Marinated Pepper Salad
~ Frozen Desserts ~
2 Layer Pareve Ice Cream (no Eggs)
no picture
Helpful Hints
not specified

Culinary Kosher is recipe sharing community built around a large database of Kosher Recipes including Shabbat recipes (with plenty of kugel recipes), Pesach / Passover recipesShavuos recipes (tons of Kosher cheesecakes!).  Also check out our special Tu B'Shvat Recipes page.  You add your own recipes and download from the site directly into your own private recipe box.  You can follow the new recipes of our celebrity chefs as well as Kosher food Bloggers. You can even check out our Kosher Cookbook reviews and buying guide. We also have a great selection of Kosher Menus for all occasions including Shabbat MenusPesach / Passover MenusShavuos MenusChanuka MenusPurim Menus and more.  You can also post your party photos on the site. Culinary Kosher maintains a database of Kosher Restaurants that is constantly being updated.  Culinary Kosher also has a wide selection of Jewish greeting cards and invitations for all occasions like Bar Mitzva and Bat Mitzva, Chasuna, Chanukah, Melaveh Malka, and vort.   Come join us for kosher cooking fun and information...