I always like to add a few new recipes to my menus for the Holidays. I’ve compiled a list below of some of my favorite Holiday recipes. Mix and match from each section to create your version of The Ultimate Menu, or just take a few to add to your regular holiday menu and put a little excitement on the table.
First Course: I like to serve fish for the first course, but I incuded one or two other options for variety as well.
Mexican Style Ceviche check our Russian ceviche as well
Duck Dumplings with Sweet Dipping Sauce my favorite!
Fancy Rolled Sole – special succot special in our family
Sesame Salmon I use the same method with cubed tuna and salmon as well. One cube of each can be elegant and not too expensive.
Five Minute Vegetable Soup always a winner
Mushroom Barley Soup very hearty and filling
Creamy Carrot and Ginger Soup this is my favorite
Roasted Vegetable Medley -serve warm or room temp as a salad.
Roasted Cipollini Onions and Beets -gorgeous color!
Cabbage Rugelach -we love these!
Warm Baby Potatoes with Cumin -great combo!
Heimish Carrot Kugels -you can’t go wrong with these.
Italian Wine Salad -we like this one a lot!
Spinach Mandarin and Almond Salad -gorgeous as as an appetizer too.
Colorful Green Bean Salad with Creamy Garlic Dressing – this one keeps in the fridge nicely.
Light Chocolate Mousse -this freezes well, defrost before serving,
Chocolate Liqueur Ice Cream goes with any cake you have or just served on its own.
Ginger Fruit Cobbler with Crumb Topping my top pick for a cold Sukkot evening.
Sweet Poached Pears My mom makes this every holiday as it’s perfect to make in advance!
Rosh Hashanah Special Recipes:
Orange Honey Cake -a sophisticated honey cake.