We love the Jewish holidays because that means coming around the table with our families, stuffing our faces with delicious, traditional - and not so traditional - meals. We compiled a list of some of our favorite Jewish holiday-inspired recipes that will complete your holiday menu!
What could be better than a sweet new year? A chocolatey one! Chocolate Tahini adds rich chocolate flavor without making the cake overly sweet. Shining alongside honey’s earthy, floral notes. It’s a must for the Jewish New Year!
A sweet, nutty, and tangy roasted carrot side dish is exactly the type of thing you never knew you needed in your life. A touch of rich sweetness from maple syrup, creamy nuttiness from tahini, lots of tangy acidity from lemon juice, and bit of saltiness from crumbled feta create a compelling and divine glaze for carrots and other root vegetables. Heck, drizzle it on your favorite protein for a perfect finish!
If you haven’t checked out Jamie Vespa’s (otherwise known as Dishing Out Health) recipes, we definitely urge you to! The Tahini Honey sauce is sweet and bright with a squeeze of lemon and balances the spicy heat from roasted cauliflower tossed in harissa.
Seeking a fresh take for your potato dishes for the High Holidays? Look no further. With so many different ways to prepare, potatoes allow you to create your own adventure. Elevate your potato dish with a honey and tahini glaze for a flavorful and innovative side dish that pairs perfectly with any savory protein.
This carrot tahini soup is incredibly flavorful with the perfect balance of spice and heat. We're obsessed with the extra dimension the tahini sauce brings to the soup and the texture, crunch, and Mediterranean vibe the challah croutons (and crispy chickpeas!) add.
Have you considered passing on making chicken soup with matzo balls this Rosh Hashanah? If not, maybe this butternut squash soup will convince you otherwise! This (vegan) soup captures the essence of the fall season with every spoonful. Packed with Vitamins A & C, potassium, and fiber, this squash soup will keep your satisfaction level up.
A bright and citrusy Orange Tahini sauce and a sprinkling of za’atar will transform roasted butternut squash into a side dish that’s out of this world! A fun and delicious way to spice up your holiday spread.
Whether you celebrate the Jewish holidays or are looking for an excuse to get your baking gear out, this easy Dairy-Free Apple Tahini Torte is going to set the tone for baking this fall. The dessert’s texture is perfectly chewy with an ideal sweet to salty ratio.
This recipe comes from Sheela Prakash’s latest cookbook, Salad Seasons. A bed of fluffy whipped tahini makes the perfect base to balance out bites of lemony farro and fresh veggies. Try it out as a starter course for your holiday dinner.
Easier to make than pie! Tahini Apple Crumble still gives you that scrumptious combination of fruit and flaky without the hassle. Feeling adventurous? Top it off with a scoop (or two) of ice cream!