Help me make the best cholent ever without killing my guests! (Although that latter part's not a dealbreaker....)
December 26, 2011 9:24 AM Subscribe
Recipe Recommendations Needed! I'm making cholent next weekend and I want it to be tasty, spectacular and different. Would like to think outside the box a little and wow my guests. Have you had or made any recipes that just totally knocked your socks off? Unusual ingredients are fine, as long as the dish remains kosher.
posted by zarq to food & drink (7 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
is usually cooked for a solid 10 hours from mid-to late-afternoon on Friday to lunchtime on Saturday -- all under a low, constant heat. However, we do not keep "shomer shabbat" and have no problem turning the crock pot off when something's done. So if a recipe needs to be cooked for a shorter period of time, that's okay!