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Rosh Hashanah Dinner: A Sweet GF New Year

For my fellow GF Jews, I thought I would share my menu for Rosh Hashanah Dinner. You don't have to be celebrating the Jewish New Year to enjoy these recipes though - they are also just great Fall fare!

Have a sweet (GF) New Year!

🍎Chicken Soup (Instapot!)

I love this chicken soup and it is SUCH a time saver to make it in the Instapot. My Nana's recipe used to take me days and not even our family Patriarch (my father in law) knows the difference! I sub GF Noodles / Pasta, Rice, or GF Matzah balls and I used apple cider vinegar instead of soy sauce. I suggest making this at least a day ahead so that it can cool enough to skim the fat.

🍎Roasted Butternut Squash Quinoa Salad from #OneSweetMess

This dish is a modern spin on the traditional Rosh Hash fare. The use if pomegranate being the significant & symbolic the Jewish religion it is often associated with prosperity and fertility.

This is just an all around great side for fall, or you can make it a main by adding your protein of choice!)

🍎Garlic Butter Baked Salmon from #LittleSpiceJar…/

The weather is still super nice here in New England some I'm actually planning to grill this salmon instead of baking it!

🍎 GF Noodle Kugel from #Grownupdish

For this GF Kugel I use Jovial Gluten Free Egg Tagaliatelle and it holds up really well. Bonus: there's no refined sugar 👍

🍎GF Challah with Apples & Raisins from GF Jules

It's not a Jewish holiday without the Challah!

🍎Roasted Root Vegetable Tzimmes from

Root veggies scream fall and I love the simplicity and spice in this version of the traditional dish.

🍎Gluten Free Apple Crisp with Vanilla Ice Cream from #WhatTheForkFoodBlog

Last be sure to read through the details here as the key is to use FRESH apples and a mix between sweet & tart. Shay advises which ones are the best to bake with! We are going planning to pick some 🍎 from our local farm this weekend!

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