Bialys are the bagel's lighter and more reserved cousin. Unlike bagels, bialys aren't boiled prior to baking. The dough is more similar to pizza dough, and where a bagel has a hole, an onion bialy has a divot smeared with onion paste. We elevate the bialy a bit with a slow-cooked sliced onion confit. When sliced open, one side has a hole and one side has the smeared onion. Bialys are best served well-toasted and topped with cream cheese and Eastern Gasp? Nova or any other smoked fish of your liking.