Italian Cholent

A little taste of Italy from your slow cooker.

  1. Yield: at least 12
  2. Prep: 25 minutes
  3. Cook: 12 hours, 0 minutes
  4. Total: 12 hours, 25 minutes
crock pot

Ingredients

  1. 1/2 lb cannelini beans, soaked overnight
  2. 3 garlic cloves, diced
  3. 1 spring rosemary, chopped
  4. 2 teaspoons salt
  5. 2 potatoes, cut into chunks
  6. 1 onion, sliced
  7. 2 lbs brisket, cubed
  8. 1 package Matzo ball mix, made per package directions (optional)
  9. 1 lb Swiss chard, chopped

Directions

Put brisket, onion, potatoes, rosemary, garlic, beans and salt in a large crock pot.

Cover with water and top with matzo balls. Turn on low and cook for about 18 hours.

Saute chard with a little water until wilted, set aside and mix in just before serving. On Shabbat this can be done by spooning the cholent into a bowl and mixing in the chard.

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crock pot
  1. Yield: at least 12
  2. Prep: 25 minutes
  3. Cook: 12 hours, 0 minutes
  4. Total: 12 hours, 25 minutes

Description

Ingredients

  1. 1/2 lb cannelini beans, soaked overnight
  2. 3 garlic cloves, diced
  3. 1 spring rosemary, chopped
  4. 2 teaspoons salt
  5. 2 potatoes, cut into chunks
  6. 1 onion, sliced
  7. 2 lbs brisket, cubed
  8. 1 package Matzo ball mix, made per package directions (optional)
  9. 1 lb Swiss chard, chopped

Directions

Put brisket, onion, potatoes, rosemary, garlic, beans and salt in a large crock pot.

Cover with water and top with matzo balls. Turn on low and cook for about 18 hours.

Saute chard with a little water until wilted, set aside and mix in just before serving. On Shabbat this can be done by spooning the cholent into a bowl and mixing in the chard.

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