Cholent Recipe

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    Looking for that perfect cholent recipe.

    Any ideas?


    hope you dont mind if i ask here about a potatoe kugel – how painful to grate 10 lbs by hand?

    Dont feel like clean up for Food Processor after. which one is simpler???


    for cholent, I use no recipe, just dump all in, good sense of spicing, tomoatoe paste (some) cumin, salt, pepper, right flame and water not to burn it. Enjoy!


    Cholent: Saute onion, garlic, and meat together. Add barley, beans, and potatoes. Spice with salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and a tad of sugar. Squirt in some ketchup. Water to cover. Bring to boil then turn down to simmer. Enjoy!

    Professional–It’s easier to wash the food processor than to grate 10 lbs. by hand. Take it from me–I was too lazy to take out my food processor last week and grated 5 lbs. by hand. By about 1/4 of the way through, I really started to regret it, but I wouldn’t take out that food processor and make it dirty once I had gotten that far.


    cholent- it doesnt need a recipe,whatever you put in will be good,like barley beans water spices and if you want ketup too.


    and by the way about potato kugal dont be lazy its not worth it.


    The best meat for cholent: Cheek meat!

    Y.W. Editor

    Professional: please don’t try to grate 10 lbs by hand.

    BTW- in which area are you professional as your screen name tells?

    About cholent: please check our very old cholent thread! You’ll find MANY ideas there. I refer back sometimes to it.

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