After fasting all day, break your Yom Kippur fast with dishes that are easy-to-prepare, dairy and fish-heavy (unless brisket is going on) and delicious to eat in large, wolfish quantities. The Yom Kippur observers at the Food Republic office can attest that slow, controlled eating of a giant stacked bagel spread is not part of the Day of Atonement. Check out some of our favorite break fast recipes below. And while you are at it, we have some pretty solid breakfast recipes as well.
- Bagels and lox, obviously.
- Curried Chicken Salad With Greek Yogurt
- Fried Whitefish With Aioli
- Chicken Liver Mousse
- Potato Galettes With Sage
- Sugar Snap Pea Salad
- Spicy Tomato, Eggplant and Garlic Salad
- Goat Cheese and Asparagus Macaroni Salad