Apples and Honey, Reimagined

Take the classic Rosh Hashanah pairing to a new level in sweet and savory dishes.

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Photo by: Ryan Dausch

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At Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, apples are traditionally dipped in honey to symbolize a sweet beginning. These recipes take the pairing to a new level, highlighting it in sweet and savory dishes worthy of your festive holiday meal.

Apples and honey star in this easy-yet-impressive chicken dish, which comes together in just 40 minutes.

Start your festive meal with this crisp fall salad, which tosses thinly sliced apples and escarole with a honey-laced vinaigrette.

Photo by: Emmer Schmidt

Emmer Schmidt

This stunning free-form apple-pear tart is glazed with honey and comes together in just 25 minutes.

Apples get the hasselback treatment in this gorgeous fall dessert, which is drenched with cinnamon and vanilla-infused honey.

Photo by: Brian Kennedy ©(C) 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Brian Kennedy, (C) 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Top these baked apples with a drizzle of honey instead of (or in addition to!) maple syrup for the holiday. Bonus: They’re made in the slow cooker, freeing up your oven to tackle the rest of the meal.

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