Year after year, the Yom Kippur break-the-fast meal encompasses traditional foods. After the long fast, we look forward to a tall glass of cold orange juice, assorted bagels, cream cheese, lox, egg salad, sliced tomatoes, kugel, steaming hot coffee, and a few sweets. Call us boring but who cares – our break-the-fast menu is our comfort food. For those of our KosherEye readers who fast, we wish you a meaningful and easy fast, and to everyone, a wonderful New Year.
Do consider these recipes for a dairy meal, for break-the-fast or year round.
- Florentine Noodle Kugel
- Lukshen Kugel Milchig
- No–Boil Noodle Kugel
- Moms Fruit Noodle Kugel
- Sessie's Cherry Noodle Kugel
- Sweet Noodle Kugel
- Upside Down Noodle Kugel
- Crunchy Topped Noodle Kugel
with Almond Crust and Winter Squash
- Dairy Noodle Kugel for a Crowd
- Deluxe Noodle Kugel
And More Delicious Dairy:
Kim Kushner's most Requested Recipes for Break-the-Fast
Chef and cookbook author Kim Kushner shared two of her most requested recipes with KosherEye.
As a member of a large family, Kim Kushner learned to cook by eating, and helping to prepare family feasts during the many summers she spent in Israel. She pursued her interest in food preparation by studying at the Institute of Culinary Education in Manhattan and worked at several food publications as well. Kim's skill at preparing gourmet kosher dishes from simple and fresh ingredients resulted in positions as a private chef in New York City, teaching private cooking classes, and now the publication of her book, The Modern Menu.
Her dairy Blintz Souffle is a classic, served year after year at her break-the-fast-meals. Her Zucchini and Noodle Kugel is an updated classic - a parve kugel that guests enjoy to the very last drop.