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(EntrÉes) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)

Prepare as above. If the large casings are used they need not be cut in
shorter lengths. Boil for three hours in plenty of water and when done,
put in frying-pan with one tablespoon of fat, cover and let brown
nicely. Serve hot.

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Buy beef casings of butcher. Make a filling of fat, flour (using
one-third cup fat to one cup flour) and chopped onions. Season well with
salt and pepper, cut them in short lengths, fasten one end, stuff and
then fasten the open end. If they are not already cleaned the surface
exposed after filling the casing is scraped until cleaned after having
been plunged into boiling water. Slice two large onions in a
roasting-pan, and roast the kischkes slowly until well done and well
browned. Baste frequently with liquid in the pan.

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