Tu B'shevat is a one-day holiday, usually celebrated by eating symbolic foods for celebrating trees like fruits and nuts and maybe enjoying a full Tu B'shevat seder

But for those who want to extend the fun to Shabbat we have a few menus here that are holiday-worthy, but won't have you slaving away for hours in the kitchen.

Formal Tu B'Shevat Menu

Seven Species Harvest Chicken

This menus starts with a special wine drink including pomegranate and ends with a pomegranate glaze, this elegant more formal dinner is still easy to prepare. 

Chilled Mulled Pomegranate Wine with Pomegranate Ice

Salmon en Croute

Seven Species Harvest Chicken

Kale Mango Salad

Pear Applesauce Cake with Pomegranate Glaze

A Dairy Tu B'Shevat Menu

cornucopias

This dairy menu is filled with a few smaller dishes that come together to form a perfect menu. 

'Beefed-Up' Israeli Salad

Creamy Spinach and Potato Soup

Fig and Onion Galette

Borekas

Cauliflower with Tahini and Silan

Passion Fruit Cream Cornucopias

Under an Hour Menu

Pomegranate Chicken

A simple menu you can pull off in under an hour of prep.  

President's Salad

Honey Sesame Side of Salmon

Pomegranate Chicken

Bulgur with Carrots, Nuts and Dates

Lemon and Almond Semolina Cake

Check out more Tu B'shevat recipes here!

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