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 COOKING & PRESERVING A KNISH

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COOKING & PRESERVING A KNISH Tue, 08/31/04 9:15 PM (permalink)
HELP, HELP, HELP, HELP. I HAVE A HOT DOG TRUCK IN NEW YORK, (I'M NEW AT THIS). I HAVE A MICROWAVE AND STEAMER ON BOARD. HOW DO YOU COOK A KNISH SO IT'S NOT SOGGY AND HOW CAN YOU PRESERVE IT SO THAT IT CAN BE RE-SELLABLE FOR AT LEAST THE NEXT DAY....IF THATS AT ALL POSSIBLE

THANK YOU.....EAT IT AND BEAT IT!!!!!
PLEAE HELP....ZEBRAUC@AOL.COM
 
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    renfrew

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    • Location: Providence, RI
    RE: COOKING & PRESERVING A KNISH Wed, 09/1/04 9:02 AM (permalink)
    Well I would say that a micro and steamer wont really help keeping it from being soggy. What type of knish do you sell? Is it the so called Coney Island style with the mnore thicker, egg roll like exterior that totally seals the insides?

    Or is more of a true knish with a strudel like crust with the filling peeking out on top?

    Do you have a flattop griddle or grill?

     
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