Rosh Hashana: Vegetarian Tzimmis

Today’s recipe is from a guest blogger: Gloria Kobrin.  Gloria has cooked her whole life for groups ranging from four to 100. She specializes in creating delicious gourmet food that is approachable to the home cook and that happens to be kosher. Author of the Kosher Cookbook App for iPhone and iPad, Gloria currently shares her recipes and cooking tips on her new website and on her Kosher Cookbook page on Facebook  and on Twitter

With the weekend upon us and Rosh Hashana around the corner, I asked Gloria to share one of her favorite, simple holiday recipes.

Here’s what Gloria has to say:

I grew up eating Tzimmis filled with flanken and bones. We ate it for Rosh Hashana and for the meal before the Fast of Yom Kippur. I continued to make it that way until my daughter became a vegetarian. Now I make two kinds of Tzimmis. One for the carnivores and one for my daughter. This is the very delicious and definitely healthier vegetarian version.

For another wonderfully flavorful and sweet Tzimmis recipe, click here.

Prep time: 20 minutes

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