Hosting break fast this year and want to make a few things in advance and even freeze
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Nancy is a trusted home cook.
Quiche, in one or more flavors
handy article on 3 ways to freeze:
unbaked, filling & crust frozen separately
Frittata or muffin sized crustless quiches.
Quiche is often better the next day. Let the flavours mingle.
Deviled eggs are also a hit at a party and you can cook the eggs a few days ahead and assemble the day before/ morning of.
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There's also strata's (sweet & savory) and the infamous breakfast casserole which is delicious both make-ahead and perfect for a brunch.
Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
I suspect the OP means a break-the-fast for the close of Yom Kippur, rather than a brunch per se. That makes it little difficult to do day-ahead dishes when the focus is getting for an all-day fast that commences in the evening; my take was that Lara meant make prepared-well-in-advance, freezable dishes so that there is little work the day before and none the day of, am I right?
A couple ideas, subject to whether you and your guests like these sort of things:
* Poached eggs can be made in advance (restaurants do it all the time), held up to 2 days, then heated just before serving. Consider something on toast, or in a sauce (like Shakshuka). Technique is here:
Some sort of grain-based casserole. We don't think of them, necessarily, as egg dishes, but they are.
* Savory bread pudding
* Savory or sweet noodle kugel
Already Going to make my kugel. Think just skip an egg dish and make a good tuna salad for yom kippur
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