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Looking for something to go with all that Rosh Hashanah brisket

When I look back at all the Rosh Hashanah content we have shared, we have so many menus, so much about mains, but not so much focused on sides. 

Yet, for so many people they already know they are going to serve brisket and maybe their favorite chicken or turkey, but the sides is where things can really get interesting. 

Sides on Rosh Hashanah are the best place to add simanim, the foods that symbolize good fortune in the year to come.  

Download our printable Simanim guide created in collaboration with Harleigh Allouch Designs.

Rosh Hashana Simanim JG Final

Sides are also a great way to extend your food dollar and makes your meal just a tad friendlier for the less carnivorous among us. 

Here are 28 Rosh Hashanah sides so you can find all your favorites. 

carrot and raisin basmati rice
Charred Onion Vinaigrette and Roasted Beet Crostini
Challah Date Stuffing Video
squash bowl
apple rice salad
Roasted Aubergine With Tahini & Pomegranate
Cucumber, Pomegranate, Corn Salad with Poppy Seeds 29.jpg
Pomegranate Ceviche
3 ingredient beet salad
Parsnip and Leek Latkes Pg. 41
pesto polenta with frazzled leeks
Leek Noodle Cups
Spicy Sauted Leeks and Spinach
dorot leek pancake
roasted beets
Wide Gefilte Fish with Beet Relish.jpg
Beet Carpaccio
moroccan mint beet salad
Winter Beet Salad with Popped Wild Rice
Hasselback Butternut Squash
Autumn Rice Pilaf with Butternut Squash
roasted butternut squash with apples
acorn squash chips
sweet and spicy moroccan carrots (853x1280).jpg
carrot kugel