I have questions about kishka!
More from r/JudaismMore posts in r/Judaism »
Hey everybody! Yes, I know it’s Sunday but I want to make myself a big pot of cholent anyway.
I’ve gotten my hands on a frozen kishka and, when I’ve made cholent with kishka in the past, I’ve found it entirely melted into the cholent by morning. So I have a few kishka questions and I’m sure we have some passionate and opinionated cholent-heads out there.
Should I keep the kishka in the plastic wrap it came in or wrap it in something else? Do I even need to wrap it at all?
Also, should I put the kishka in the crock pot tonight or tomorrow, a little bit before I plan to eat?
Should I bake the kishka before I put it in the pot?
I look forward to hearing some ideas 🙂 I have kishka questions and need kishka answers.
Edit: Added a pic of the kishka I bought, so everyone knows this is a post about kishka. This is not an advertisement and I am not in the pocket of Big Kishka.