Rosh Hashanah Brisket & Side Dishes
Slow-Cooked Brisket in Onion Gravy
This brisket is cooked with beef broth and loads of onions that melt down into a luscious gravy. Serve the brisket and gravy over a mound of steaming mashed potatoes.
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Oven Barbecued Brisket
A relatively inexpensive cut of meat, a brisket needs to tenderize overnight before it's baked. Here we use a full-flavored, smoky barbecue dry rub, then it's slowly baked and basted.
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Braised Brisket & Roots
From New York delis to Texas barbecue joints, brisket is a popular cut of beef. The scents from this brisket as it is cooking will have your guests drooling as soon as they arrive.
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Chile & Beer Braised Brisket
Brisket, a naturally tough cut, becomes meltingly tender braised in beer and chiles. Try this with simply served rice and a green salad.
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Oven-Roasted Squash With Garlic & Parsley
Winter squash becomes tender and sweeter when roasted—a delicious side for a holiday dinner. Look for interesting squash like kabocha or hubbard at your farmers’ market.
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Oven-Roasted Tomatoes Stuffed With Goat Cheese
For these buttery-soft roasted tomatoes, use creamy goat cheese filling with garlic and basil. The result works as a side dish great for the holiday.
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This Salsa is a perfect side dish for the holiday and even includes the sweet taste of apples--a Rosh Hashanah tradition.
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Grilled Asparagus With Pepper Zabaglione
Mario Batali chars his asparagus on the grill, then serves it with a superrich zabaglione sauce spiked with black pepper.
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To prepare for Rosh Hashanah, many find themselves scrambling to cook delicious meals for family and friends to enjoy over the holiday. Brisket is often a go-to for the main course of Rosh Hashanah. But what is the best side dish to accompany this cut of meat? That's why we've put together this list of mouthwatering brisket recipes and fun, unique side dishes to serve alongside the main course.
Traditionally in Jewish cooking, brisket is often braised, but our list includes some not-so traditional brisket recipes to help you keep your holiday interesting and impress your guests. As for sides, we've included vegetable-filled dishes ranging from stuffed tomatoes to grilled asparagus.