Here’s a roundup of some of Jmore’s latest and most popular Rosh Hashanah recipes:

Main Dishes

Instant Pot Georgian Pomegranate Chicken

Pomegranate Chicken
Instant Pot Georgian Pomegranate Chicken (Sonya Sanford)

Rosh Hashanah in the Instant Pot? This is a perfect recipe for the High Holidays: sweet, tart, flavorful and eye-catching. Get the recipe.

Pan Seared Chicken with Roasted Plums

Pan Seared Chicken with Roasted Plums
Pan Seared Chicken with Roasted Plums (Photo courtesy The Classic Catering People)

Combine plums, shallots, honey and more in this quick and easy holiday chicken recipe. Get the recipe.

Pomegranate and Honey Glazed Chicken

Pomegranate and Honey Glazed Chicken
Pomegranate and Honey Glazed Chicken (Liz Rueven)

Whip up this easy chicken dish and you’ll have both bountiful and sweet symbols covered. Get the recipe.

Braised Brisket with Blistered Heirloom Tomatoes, Patty Pan Squash & Baby Red Onions

Summer braided brisket with blistered heirloom tomatoes, patty pan squash and baby red onions (photo courtesy The Classic Catering People)

Try out this brisket recipe from The Classic Catering People. Get the recipe.

Moroccan-Style Brisket with Dried Fruit and Capers

The ingredient list looks long, but don’t let that scare you off — it’s really just a lot of spices. Get the recipe.

Lamb Stew with Pomegranate

Lamb stew with pomegranate
Lamb Stew with Pomegranate (Shannon Sarna)

Brisket is the quintessential American Jewish dish for holidays. But in Israel and for Sephardic Jews, lamb is a far more common main dish to serve for special occasions. This lamb is sweet and savory, and actually takes less time to cook than a brisket. Get the recipe.

Desserts:

Meringue-topped Apple Pie Bars

Meringue-topped apple pie bars are an innovative Rosh Hashanah treat. (Photo credit: Dikla Frances)

With layers of buttery pastry, cinnamon-scented apples and fluffy meringue, these meringue-topped apple pie bars are sweet, toasty and sure to be a hit. Get the recipe.

Apple Honey Goat Cheese Tart

Enjoy this apple honey goat cheese tart recipe from The Classic Catering People. Get the recipe.

Persian Upside-Down Cake with Dates and Cardamom

Persian Upside-Down Cake with Dates and Cardamom is a sweet tribute to a Rosh Hashanah tradition. (Photo Credit: Tannaz Sassooni)

The cake’s batter uses buttermilk for a bit of tang and goes easy on the sugar to provide some balance for the topping: a super sweet combination of velvety dates in a rich butter caramel. Get the recipe.

Sunken Plum Cake

Sunken Plum Cake
Sunken Plum Cake (Sonya Sanford)

This is a simple cake to make with lots of flavor. And,like any good holiday recipe, sunken plum cake tastes even better made a day in advance. Get the recipe.

Apple Cake

Apple Cake
Apple Cake (Photo courtesy The Classic Catering People)

Start the new year off right with this Rosh Hashanah-ready dish from The Classic Catering People. Get the recipe.

Blueberry Honey Cake

Blueberry Honey Cake
Blueberry Honey Cake (Emanuelle Lee)

This honey cake recipe combines fresh blueberries, moist honey cake and a hint of spice. It’s the perfect sendoff for the last remaining blueberries of the season and the welcoming of a new year. Get the recipe.

L’Shana Tova Tikatevu!!

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