It’s cool outside, which means it’s time to break out the cozy sweaters and dust off your slow cooker.
Slow cookers are a working person’s best friend for fast, easy and delish weeknight dinners. They are also ideal for ! Throw everything in Friday morning, and by the evening, dinner is all ready. Or, prep your ingredients Friday afternoon, and you’ll have a comforting, Shabbat lunch all set and ready.
But don’t stop at cholent – here are 14 other delectable Jewish dishes you can make in your slow cooker. Do you have a favorite recipe not included? Post below!
Pronounced: CHO-lent, Origin: Yiddish, but believed to be derived from French, a slow-cooked stew traditionally prepared for and left cooking over Shabbat.
Prounounced: KOO-gull (oo as in book), Origin: Yiddish, traditional Ashkenazi casserole frequently made with egg noodles or potatoes.
Pronounced: shuh-BAHT or shah-BAHT, Origin: Hebrew, the Sabbath, from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday.