Sukkot Menu Ideas

Sukkot Menu Ideas

Sukkot or the Feast of Tabernacles is a Fall High Holiday– a feast that was instituted by Elohim, that is commemorating the time the Hebrews were in the wilderness following their Exodus from Egypt. The word Sukkot in Hebrew means booth or tabernacle and refers to the temporary dwellings or sukkahs the Hebrews lived in during this time.


Sukkot is an eight-day feasting high holiday, so there are many opportunities for meal ideas and inspiration. I love to try new recipes as well as embracing this new season we are in. As the days are starting to get colder, and summer produce starts to slow down, the heartier vegetables and soups are calling my name. 

I created an autumn-inspired Sukkot menu ideas list that will hopefully help you as we prepare for the last Fall Feast of the year!

Main Dish

One of my favorite go-to meals is roasted chicken thighs and veggies. Roasted chicken, sausage, ravioli are all my favorite dinners and are all fall-inspired. Just make sure the sausage is made from biblically clean meats and that the sausage casing is not pork.

Sheet Pan Roasted Chicken With Root Vegetables by Cooking Classy

Tuscan Baked Chicken by Eat Well 101

Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Sausage, and Broccoli Sheet Pan Meal by Kaylns Kitchen

Pumpkin Ravioli by Nourish and Fete

Soup and Stews

Nothing says Fall like soups and stews. A hearty beef stew or chili is warm and comforting on a cold, autumn night.

Perfect Beef Stew by Sweet and Savory Meals

Cabbage Roll Soup by Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons

Tortellini Soup with Italian Sausage and Kale by The Modern Proper

Turkey Pumpkin Chili by Family Style Food

Side Dishes

Farro with olive oil, feta cheese, tomato, and cucumber makes the perfect side dish for roasted chicken. Roasted squash is a new discovery from last year and one that I will continue this year!

Mediterranean Farro Salad By From a Chefs Kitchen

Herb-Roasted Parmesan Acorn Squash By The Real Foodrds

Roasted Delicata Squash By The Kitchn

Roasted Brussel Sprouts By Carls Bad Craving

Dessert

Cherry pie is my favorite kind of pie. But apple pie or crisp is also a favorite, and candied yams are just a classic dessert that is a must for dinner.

The Apple Crisp By Belle of the Kitchen

The Best Southern Candied Yams By Whisk It Real Gud

Homemade Best Apple Pie By Amy in the Kitchen

Cherry Crumble Pie by Kristine’s Kitchen

I hope this Sukkot Menu gave you some ideas or inspiration for your many Sukkot dinners. I hope you and your family have a Sukkot filled with joy and thanksgiving. Shalom!

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