Several delicious knish recipes for potato, chicken, beef and turkey sausage knishes.
Jewish Recipes Fusion Recipes
"I do not pretend to be a professional chef. When I consider a new recipe, one of the most important things to me is whether the recipe’s directions are clear and easy to follow. I have written the recipes in this cookbook so that “even a rabbi could follow them.” I hope you will enjoy these dishes. I also hope, when you prepare them for your friends or family, that you will derive as much pleasure as I have by sharing them with you."
-Rabbi Michael Sternfield
This is a Jewish/Asian fusion alternative to topping a salad with bacon pieces. Although gribines are admittedly high in cholesterol, they add a special crunchiness and flavor that is unique and delicious.
This is a torte recipe that I have been preparing for many years. I am sure that it was originally a contest winner, but I can’t remember where. It is definitely a keeper. You will want to make it over and over again.
Although the varieties of fish in South Africa are not necessarily available in North America, it is possible to duplicate the wonderful flavors and aromas of South African fish curry.
The Pierogi is a delightful pasta shell full of quality potatoes with cheese or onions or combinations. Pierogies (sometimes spelled “perogies”) also are sometimes filled with mushrooms, sauerkraut, and vegetables.