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Light Yet Satisfying Food for Yom Tov

Kosher.com Staff September 12, 2020

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After 2 days of Rosh Hashana (meaning, 4 meals) and all that pre- and post- Yom Kippur food, who can even think about eating again? For those not in Israel, that’s another 4 meals just for the first days!


We have a solution for you- there is no need to eat such heavy food on yom tov. By sticking to lighter foods, you still can get full- without that groggyness. Not only will you feel better when you leave the table, you are actually being healthier!


With great light Yom Tov foods like London Broil Salad, Grilled Chicken Cutlets with Lemon Vinaigrette Marinade, and Sesame Garlic Salmon Fillets, you can enjoy your Yom Tov healthily! 


  1. Barbecue Pastrami Pizza by Estee Kafra

  2. Zesty Herbed Grilled Chicken by Elky Friedman

  3. Cold Cut Salad with Maple Dressing by Brynie Greisman

  4. Deli Twist Breadsticks by Chaia Frishman

  5. Easy Teriyaki Salmon by Avigail Deutsch

  6. Waldorf Chicken Salad by Brynie Greisman

  7. Tongue ’N’ Mustard Spring Rolls with Apricot-Bourbon Dipping Sauce by Chanie Nayman

  8. The Best Chicken You’ve Ever Tasted by Hudi Greenberger

  9. Teriyaki Chicken from the Nitra Cookbook

  10. Sweet and Sour Tongue from the Nitra Cookbook

  11. London Broil Salad by Esther Ottensoser

  12. Barbecued Spare Ribs from the Nitra Cookbook

  13. Silan Chicken by Sina Mizrahi

  14. Gluten Free Chicken Cutlets with Honey-Mustard-Mango Dipping Sauce by Faigy Fink

  15. Oven-Roasted Sesame Garlic Salmon Fillets by Suri Silberstein

  16. Friday Night Chicken by Estee Kafra

  17. Deli Roll Salad by Chaia Frishman

  18. Soft and Savory Chuck Roast by Chanie Nayman

  19. Ginger-Glazed Salmon from the Dining In Cookbook

  20. Smoked Paprika Schnitzel by Yaniv Cohen

  21. Simple Grilled Chicken Cutlets with Lemon Vinaigrette Marinade by Rivky Kleiman

  22. Savory Roasted Chicken with Honey Glaze by Estee Kafra

  23. Maple Glazed Salmon by Kiki Fisher