"Back in the day, kishke was the kosher answer to black pudding — a stuffing made from meat and grain. It's often slow-cooked sliced and served in stew, soup or cholent. Although it's easy to make kishke from scratch, if you're looking for a shortcut, KOL Foods make an excellent product that is nitrate free, and is made from natural and organic ingredients." - This American Bite
- 1lb KOL Foods Kishke
- Olive Oil
- Six to eight large ripe tomatoes
- Fresh Basil
Slice and dice the kishke.
Lay the diced kishke on cookie sheet, drizzle with olive oil and bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes.
Once the kishke croutons are crisp.
Dice the tomatoes into cubes that are slightly larger than the croutons.
Chop two or three leaves of basil and sprinkle over the tomatoes.
Drizzle with olive oil.
Add the warm croutons and serve immediately.