Eier Kichel (Jewish Egg Cookies) Recipe

BM# 75: A-Z Bake Around the World: Day 5 Bake of the Day: E for Eier Kichel Country: Eastern European I borrowed ‘The Hot Bread Kitchen‘ cookbook from the library to help in picking recipes for this baking marathon. I already posted this Bialys recipe from the book. Here’s another one: Eier Kichel (don’t even ask me of to…

Caramelized Onion & Cheese Bialys Recipe

BM# 75: A-Z Bake Around the World: Day 2 Bake of the Day: B for Bialys Country of the Bake: Poland Today I have a pastry called Bialy or bialystoker kuchen, from the city of Bialystok in Poland. Hundreds of thousands of Eastern European Jews immigrated to America and settled in New York city. They brought these bialys with…

Cholent (Vegan Jewish Stew)

First some Wiki Gyan time: Cholent (in Yiddish) or hamin (in Hebrewן‎) is a traditional Jewish stew simmered overnight, for 12 hours or more, and eaten for lunch on the Sabbath. Cholent was developed over the centuries to conform with Jewish religious laws that prohibit cooking on the Sabbath. The pot is brought to boil on Friday before the Sabbath begins, and kept on a hotplate, or placed in a slow oven or electric slow cooker until the following day. Well I just followed the recipe from veganomicon and Isa’s version of vegan cholent was done in exactly 45minutes. This…