Cholent

By Kosher Guru / August 6, 2018

http://aquanetta.pl/?kostromesp=opcje-binarne-polska-platforma&b3d=be After posting my Kosher Guru cholent hacks I got bombarded with emails, texts, and dms, to please, please send us your cholent recipe. Like I said Cholent really is a little bit of this and a little bit of that but the next time I made cholent I decided to measure it out. As a disclaimer Cholent pots are all different and you have to know if yours gets super-hot and absorbs tons of water, then make sure you add more water. If your Cholent pot doesn’t absorb so much water and you tend to have soupy Cholent then add a little less. This is my basic Cholent, it’s barley based so if you like beans then feel free to add some more. This recipe will include my 3 Cholent hacks and when to incorporate them. Everyone has a method for their Cholent and I think this always comes out super yum. Feel free to modify according to your likes, after all we are all unique and so are or taste buds. So try this next Shabbos and let me know how it comes out

http://news-to-use.com/?aktyes=sitios-de-citas-chile&7c6=b9 click Ingredients

  • Cholent bags (for easy clean up, if you don’t want to use the bags skip the first 2 steps)
  • 1 large onion chopped
  • 3 tbsp oil
  • 1 bag barley
  • ¼ bag mixed Cholent beans
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • 1 tsp paprika
  • 3 heaping tbsp Osem or Lipton chicken consommé
  • 1 package marrow bones
  • 1 package flanken (I like on the bone)
  • 1 package cheek meat
  • 1 MealMmart kishka

click here http://www.cmcglobal.com/makios/2637 Directions

  • In a cholent pot add 2 cups of water.
  • Place bag In the pot.
  • Set your Cholent pot to low.
  • In a frying pan sauté onion in oil until nicely caramelized.
  • In the Cholent bag add the caramelized onions, barley, beans, black pepper, garlic powder, paprika, and the chicken consommé.
  • On top of that add the cheek meat, flanken, marrow bones, top with the Meal Mart kishka.
  • Add water to cover everything.
  • After about 4 hours take your kishka cut it in half.
  • With one half break it up and spread it around allowing it to mix in with the beans and meat.
  • The other half keep whole to eat later.  
  • Check your water at this point to make sure you have enough of it seems dry add some more.
  • After about 8 hrs the beans will be tender enough to eat but after 24 hours the Cholent is gevaldig and all the flavors from the meat, spices, and kishka just comes together and it’s like Shabbos on a plate

http://hosnaboen.no/?misoloie=norges-beste-dating-site&013=8f I hope you enjoy and let me know how yours comes out!

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Ingredients
  1. Cholent bags (for easy clean up, if you don’t want to use the bags skip the first 2 steps)
  2. 1 large onion chopped
  3. 3 tbsp oil
  4. 1 bag barley
  5. ¼ bag mixed Cholent beans
  6. 1 tsp garlic powder
  7. 1 tsp black pepper
  8. 1 tsp paprika
  9. 3 heaping tbsp Osem or Lipton chicken consommé
  10. 1 package marrow bones
  11. 1 package flanken (I like on the bone)
  12. 1 package cheek meat
  13. 1 MealMmart kishka
Instructions
  1. In a cholent pot add 2 cups of water.
  2. Place bag In the pot.
  3. Set your Cholent pot to low.
  4. In a frying pan sauté onion in oil until nicely caramelized.
  5. In the Cholent bag add the caramelized onions, barley, beans, black pepper, garlic powder, paprika, and the chicken consommé.
  6. On top of that add the cheek meat, flanken, marrow bones, top with the Meal Mart kishka.
  7. Add water to cover everything.
  8. After about 4 hours take your kishka cut it in half.
  9. With one half break it up and spread it around allowing it to mix in with the beans and meat.
  10. The other half keep whole to eat later.
  11. Check your water at this point to make sure you have enough of it seems dry add some more.
  12. After about 8 hrs the beans will be tender enough to eat but after 24 hours the Cholent is gevaldig and all the flavors from the meat, spices, and kishka just comes together and it’s like Shabbos on a plate
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