Kishka (AKA stuffed derma) is one of my favorite Jewish foods. I always ordered it anytime I found myself in a Jewish deli and when we were planning our wedding, it was the only detail I concerned myself with other than the bride. Kishka is Yiddish for intestines and traditional recipes stuff flour/matzo meal, carrots, celery, onions, garlic, spices and copious amounts of schmaltz (chicken or beef fat) into natural casings (intestines).
We're serving up a healthier but just as tasty version all rolled up into a lumpia wrapper. We just substitute canola oil for the schmaltz and wrap it in foil, and bake it. They’re the perfect crunchy, yet soft comfort food. It sounds like an oxymoron, but our Kishka Schlumpia® are even vegan!
Stovetop Stuffing’s slogan was “Stuffing instead of potatoes” – Uncle Larry’s is “Kishka Schlumpia® instead of stuffing”. Try serving some Kishka Schlumpia® alongside the turkey for a new Thanksgiving tradition, or if you’re a traditionalist, just stuff a bunch right in the bird!!!
Frankie Yankovic had a polka hit with “Who Stole The Keeshka”, and now you can have a hit at your next dinner (just leave the accordion behind). You don’t have to steal it though, just order some from Uncle Larry.