Top Rated Cholent Recipes

A basic beef brisket recipe that has a little kick to it.
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A long-simmering Jewish Sabbath stew.
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A long-simmering Jewish Sabbath stew.
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Caryn Gale
Cholent is a meal made mostly by orthodox Jews. Since orthodox Jews do not cook on the Sabbath, but they want to eat something warm, this is the perfect answer. This is prepared before the Sabbath and then turned on and cooks for approx. 20 hours until lunch time. It is traditionally served with kishke cooked on top of it and then served along side of it.
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Chef #313133
Special tip: For easy after Shabbos clean-up, transfer cholent to a foil pan, cover with foil and put it into another foil pan and recover with foil. Then just pop it into the oven or onto the blech before Shabbos!
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Chef #714470
This is Jewish dish that is usually served on Shabath. This recipe to me is the greatest. I found it on Chabad.org. I don't know if this recipe is by Rebbetzin Esther Winner or not. You'll have a great success the vary first time. I can't get enough of it, so I don't wait till Sabbath to enjoy it.
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Kishka
Cholent is a traditional meat stew made by many Jewish families every Sabbath. It is prepared on Friday afternoon - rarely measured, so all measurements listed are approximate - and cooks slowly until it is served at lunch on Saturday. I would consider this a basic Ashkenazi cholent, with the flavors of the meat and the onion being dominant. it is open to interpretation, of course, and I often modify the flavors and ingredients depending on my mood. The optional additions are some I've encountered, feel free to add your own!
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www.epicurean.com
1. Put beans in large bowl and cover with cold water. Soak overnight. Drain beans and discard any dried out beans or stones. 2. Heat oil in large pot. Saute' onions and garlic until onions are transluscent (5-7 min). Add barley and beans. Cover with ...
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pornstarbarbie
From Veganomicon- Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope, when I made this I omitted tarragon cos I didn’t have any in, and I substituted the olive oil with spray cal to cut down on fat. I usually don’t like TVP but this was absolutely awesome, my meat loving husband adored it. oh yeah my dog helped write this recipe, by treading on keyboard and licking my hand which was resting on mouse she wanted stroking you see.
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Basg
A slow-cooked stew of beef, potatoes, beans, and barley, beloved as a Sabbath dinner, gets some new flavors in this less traditional version.
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SuperRebbetzin
This cholent is so hearty that no one will even notice that it's meat-free!
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