The Jewish new year, Rosh Hashanah, begins at sundown on Sunday and continues until nightfall on Tuesday. Now that you know when it is this year, it’s time to figure out what you should eat to celebrate the holiday. Let 2018 be the year that you try out some delicious recipes to ensure that you start off the new year with a sweet start.

To go with the usual eating of challah with raisins and apples dipped in honey, try out these 6 Rosh Hashanah recipes.

Squash Salad in Pomegranate Concentrate

This meal starter is not only a fairly healthy recipe, from Elran Shrefler as shared with Haaretz, but it’s also an interesting way to include pomegranates in one’s meal. People often eat the fruit on the holiday as a way to wish that they’ll be filled with good deeds and merits, like the seeds of a pomegranate, according to Chabad.

Apricot Chicken

To keep the fruit theme going, even with your main meal, try out this recipe from Shirley Rickey on AllRecipes, which features chicken with an apricot-based sauce. Dry onion soup mix and Russian-style dressing are other ingredients in the course.

Zinfandel-Braised Beef Brisket with Onions and Potatoes

If you’re more of a brisket-lover, or just want to try out different main dishes throughout Rosh Hashanah, this recipe by Cooking Light, as shown on MyRecipes, is a well-rounded option. Not only is the meat braised in a fruity dry red wine, but it’s cooked with onions and potatoes as well.

rosh hashanah brisket A brisket dish is common on Jewish holidays. Pictured: A braised brisket dish is displayed at Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak booth at Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appetit’s Grand Tasting event at Caesars Palace on May 9, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appetit

Traditional Gefilte Fish

For an appetizer, some gefilte fish is almost always a good way to go. Sure, it’s an easy thing to pick up at the market already made up, but this recipe from Uriel Shtern on Chabad isn’t too difficult to whip up. It’ll take over an hour to make, but the directions are fairly straight-forward.

Apple Noodle Kugel

Get more sweetness in your meal, and more apples, with this kugel recipe by Miriam Szokovski on Chabad. While there are no raisins to be found in this dish, there’s a cinnamon crumb topping to finish off the apple-noddle dish.

Miso Caramel-Apple Pie

Sure, you’ve likely already had quite a bit of sweetness with your foods throughout the holiday, but you still need an official dessert on your menu. This recipe from Darcy Lenz on Cooking Light is the perfect balance of sweet and salty to make sure you don’t overdo it throughout Rosh Hoshanah.