Recipe by SuperRebbetzin
"This no-meat Cholent recipe is always a hit. You can add meat if you like, but most people don't even realize that the meat is missing."
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dry kidney beans
dry white beans
potatoes, peeled and cubed
sweet potato, peeled and cubed
onion, cut into chunks
ground black pepper
water, or more as needed to cover
perhaps the previous reviewer is just unfamiliar with cholent but cholent generally does turn brown and lose some of its distinct form. i sometimes like to add a pareve kishka to the recipe and then break it up and stir it in right before i serve
I am sorry SuperRebbetzin but I did not care for your recipe. I went to a lot of trouble to get the ingredients, spent quite a while cutting everything up and sorting and washing the beans. The result after cooking it last night was a dry, strange-tasting, brownish-black, gluey mixture. I am an experienced cook and followed you recipe exactly. Is there a mistake in the recipe? I have to mark a star but I wouldn't even give it one star.
Perhaps it was the barbecue sauce (Jack Daniels Original), but this was a genuine disappointment... not a recipe that I ever plan to make again.
I based a vegetarian cholent off this recipe and it was a big hit. However, I omitted the sweet potatoes and added a little barley and rice to thicken it up. I think I've found a new fav. shabbos cholent recipe...
This is a kind of comfort food! I loved the combination of the beans, barley, potatoes and onions! I used pinto beans instead of the kidney beans, changed the ketchup and BBQ sauce to be tomato sauce, and omitted the brown sugar. I didn't cook this all day, but cooked the beans and barley, then added the rest of the ingredients; when the liquid had cooked in, the flavors had combined nicely! I found that the inventor of the Crock Pot™ developed that with memories of his mother telling his grandmother's stories about cholent cooking all day, so I had to find out what cholent was! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
You gotta love cholent in the first place, but this is a great and easy recipe. I had chick peas and not white beans so I made that change. I also added a uncooked eggs in the shell to lay on top of the cholent mixture so they cook with the cholent. When done they come out a delicious brown inside and out and make a nice addition to your Shabbat lunch.
This came out fantastic! I added a little more potatoes and some more water to even it out. It came out just right and a delicious cholent!
Thank you so much for making my Shabbos so yummy!
It was great! we were thrilled to find this recipe and try it out! My husband really liked it and the kids did too. I put it in the crockpot mid-friday afternoon and had for lunch on saturday. It was great, texture was good and flavor delicious. I wasnt able to get the beets before making it, but am looking forward to trying it with some!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 11
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