By: Hannah Mink
Yom Kippur wouldn’t be Yom Kippur without bagels to break the fast. After attending services, my family and I get together at my grandparent’s house to break the fast with bagels, cream cheese, lox, and other delicious foods. While the bagels from Bagel Boss (my hometown bagel shop) will always be my favorite bagels, this week we are going to make homemade bagels!
Bagels take a long time to make; this recipe estimates that these bagels will take approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes to make. So, make sure you have a good amount of time to make these bagels. The rest of the recipe is relatively simple, but you have a few options when it comes to how you are going to mix your bagel dough. You can use a stand mixer with a dough hook, a bread machine, or mix the dough by hand. Regardless of how you choose to mix your dough, you’re sure to end up with delicious bagels for Yom Kippur! Have an easy fast and enjoy your bagels for break fast!