Pea, Courgette and Caramelised Onion Salad

Pea, Courgette and Caramelised Onion Salad - image by Yaffa Judah

A seasonal and refreshing accompaniment to meat, chicken, dairy or fish meals, which also gives a nod to the Simanim with the inclusion of gourds in the form of courgette and the sweetness of honey-caramelised onions. A great base for a light lunch with whatever protein you prefer, this vibrant green salad is fantastic for lunchboxes and a delicious choice for a Shabbat, Yom Tov or any day of the week! If you’re making this salad for Rosh Hashanah, add baby leaf spinach or swiss chard for an extra Siman boost.

Dushpara – Bukharian Jewish Meat Dumplings

Dushpara by Lilian Cordell

Dushpara is a Bukharian Jewish meat dumpling, served in soup and packed with a beef and onion filling. Miriam’s Table author, Lillian Cordell shows us how she makes this traditional dish

Simanim Salad

Simanim Salad

Serves 4-6 Prep time: 10 mins | Cooking time: 40-60 mins While many opt for sweet foods such as apple and honey to welcome a sweet New Year, many other foods traditionally carry such significance at this auspicious time, and there are different customs kept around the globe. Referred to in the Talmud and known […]

Honey Roasted Jewelled Carrots with Tehina

Honey Roasted Jewelled Carrots with Tehina

Serves 4-6 Prep time: 15 mins | Cooking time: 1 hour | Cooling Time: 15 mins These honey roasted carrots topped with dates, pomegranate seeds, tehina and pistachios are ideal for Rosh Hashana, as they contain three of the Simanim, the symbolic foods eaten at the New Year. The Hebrew for carrot, ‘Gezer’, is close […]

Roasted Baby Potatoes with Heads of Solo Garlic

We’re aware of an issue with one of the QR codes in the 2023 Pesach recipe and inspiration booklet. If you are looking for our Seder Plate Salad, click here! Serves 4-6 Prep time: < 5 mins | Cooking time: approx 1 hour Whilst Rosh Hashanah marks the start of a new calendar year, it […]

Lamb Tagine with Black Eyed Beans

Prep time: 15 mins | Cooking time: 2 hours This dish contains 3 of the Simanim, the traditional foods eaten at Rosh Hashana: Carrots, Dates and Black Eyed Beans. But are black eyed beans the Siman that got there by accident? Jewish food historianGil Marks suggests that black eyed beans’ inclusion in the Siman story […]