Aryeh Leibs Cholent
3 tablespoons (or more to add for taste) of BBQ sauce (preferred without honey)
5 or more cups of water
Chicken pieces or flanken meat
peeled and cut potatoes
peeled and cut carrots
let cook than it is ready for the blech
This recipie can be used for Passover since it contains no beans or barly, but for Peasch dont use the BBQ sauce (I dont think that there any BBQ sauses that are kosher for Passover.
Cook small whole carrots or quartered large ones in boiling salted water until tender. Drain thoroughly and allow to stand a few minutes to dry. In a Skillet, blend 3 tablespoons melted chicken fat with honey. Add carrots and simmer slowly until browned and glazed, turning frequently.-Crissie
1 ¼ cups water
1/3 cup white sugar
1/3 cup of GOOD Olive oil
a shake of salt
3 2/3 cup flour
3 teaspoons yeast
Mix it all together in the bread machine and mix and rise for one hour.
Divide dough in half and divide each half into thirds
Roll out each third to a strand a cubit long. (about 18 inches)
Braid 3 strands into a loaf (make 2 loaves)
(don't forget to pinch a loaf)
Set on oiled cookie sheet in cold oven and let rise 1 hour.
Turn oven to 350
After 25 minutes, paint bread with egg mixed with a bit of water to brown loaf.
Bake for 10 more minutes.
Gershon ben Franja