Due to some health problems my Dad is experiencing, this year my family is having a light passover brunch instead of a seder since he cannot stay up that late nor concentrate for that amount of time. We have decided that in lieu of the whole seder, we are going to just have seder foods. I need help planning a menu in this uncharted territory.
This is what I have so far:
1. My dad can have VERY limited salt, alcohol, and saturated fats/heavy foods.
2. We are going to have the staples like chicken soup with matzoh balls, charoseth, boiled eggs, gefilte fish, and chopped liver.
3. I do not want to make a brisket as that is too heavy & rich for him.
What else can you suggest to make this into a special Passover brunch?