Green Chili Apple and Honey Galette

Green Chili Apple & Honey Galette
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Today is the start of the Jewish New Year. Very similar to secular New Year’s, except with less cheap champagne and more apples and honey. But equally as fun! Much like every Jewish holiday, there are customs and symbols for the day. On Rosh Hashanah we typically eat pomegranates, dates, beets, and the most popular apples and honey. This tradition comes from the practice of eating sweet foods for a sweet new year.

 Green Chili Apple & Honey Galette

Well I don’t know about you, but I want my year to be a little sweet and also a little spicy too. So I added green chilies to my rustic Green Chili Apple and Honey Galette. I live in Texas after all! The result is a slightly savory tart ideal for ringing in 5774. L’shanah tova!

Green Chili Apple & Honey Galette

Check out the full recipe for Green Chili Apple and Honey Galette  on  The Jewish Week!

signature

Never miss a recipe! Sign up for free What Jew Wanna Eat weekly emails.

If you like this post, it would be super awesome if you could follow What Jew Wanna Eat on PinterestTwitterFacebook, and Google+ for more of the best recipes in the Jewniverse! Thank Jew very much!

Comments

  1. Um, that looks amazing. And oh, guess what? I have apples that need to find purpose in life before they start to turn bad and I may just happen to have some green chiles or something awful close in the crisper drawer. Bet this would make a pretty snappy flatbread pizza, too. L’shanah tova!

Trackbacks

  1. […] Five Spice Apple Pie from She’s Cookin 20. Fresh Apple Cake from Poet in the Pantry 21. Green Chile Apple and Honey Galette from What Jew Wanna Eat 22. Lemony Baby Bok Choy, Apple and Miso Salad from Shockingly Delicious […]

What Jew Think? Leave a Reply!