10 Recipes You Can Make Now And Freeze For The High Holidays

The High Holidays are a couple of weeks away, and I know many of you like prepare in advance.

I’ve selected some recipes that freeze well so that closer to the holiday you’ll have time to make the dishes that taste best fresh.

In general, things that freeze well are: Challah, cakes, cookies, most soups, and meats. Chicken can be spiced or marinated and frozen in the pan raw, so you can pull it out and bake it fresh. This is not to say that nothing else can be frozen, but these are things that (in my experience) re-heat with little to no "damage".

I'm working on a more comprehensive guide to advanced food prep and freezing, but I hope this will be helpful in the meantime.

1. Round Raisin Challah with Sweet Crumb Topping

2. Fluffy Whole Wheat Challah

3. Cinnamon Raisin Challah

4. Ginger-Infused Roasted Carrot Soup

5. Traditional Kreplach in Golden Chicken Soup

6. Melt-in-Your-Mouth Rosh Hashanah Brisket

7. Wine and Pomegranate Braised Brisket

8. Fruity Sweet-New-Year Roast

9. Chocolate-Pomegranate Tart

10. The Best "Lekach" - Honey Cake

Source : http://www.chabad.org/blogs/blog_cdo/aid/3707364/jewish/10-Recipes-You-Can-Make-Now-and-Freeze-for-the-High-Holidays.htm

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