Start Rosh Hashanah on a sweet note with tishpishti, an orange-scented semolina cake

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Start Rosh Hashanah on a sweet note with tishpishti, an orange-scented semolina cake

Syrup-soaked semolina cakes, such as Tishpishti, are common throughout Sephardi, Middle Eastern and North African Jewish cuisine. They are typically served on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and they are a staple of the Shabbat table and on Passover as well (when made with all nut flour instead of semolina).

Start Rosh Hashanah on a sweet note with tishpishti, an orange-scented semolina cake

Syrup-soaked semolina cakes, such as Tishpishti, are common throughout Sephardi, Middle Eastern and North African Jewish cuisine. They are typically served on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and they are a staple of the Shabbat table and on Passover as well (when made with all nut flour instead of semolina).
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